Drastis is not exactly a beach but, a small fiord located on the outskirts of the shore, on the north-western side of the island. Drastis is hidden in a beautiful wooded landscape and in order to get there you must drive – only if you have a jeep – on a rough dirt road 1,5 kilometers long, or else you can walk. It is also accessible by sea using a boat or a vessel.Several small, scattered islets with smooth surfaces in Drastis give you the

opportunity to swim in its deep blue, transparent waters. This «beach» is not suitable for those who like to sunbathe but, only for those who love to swim and to take a dive from cliffs. Note that in Drastis there is no tourism infrastructure. The closest location is Peroulades  where, there is a snack bar on Logga  beach at a distance of about 2 kilometers.

The advantage of Drastis is the beautiful landscape of natural formations and because it is inaccessible, the area is protected from human intervention and remains pure.

Logga beach is one of the most special in the island and is located below the village Peroulades. Steep, vertical cliffs end up on a very narrow, sandy beach, so narrow that when the sea is agitated, the beach disappears! The layers of the cliffs above the beach are consisted mainly of clay sediments with layers of sand separating them, creating an impressive scene. Do not hesitate to spread clay from the rocks all over your body and face. It is the best beauty product for a natural peeling.

The waters in Logga beach are clean, turquoise and shallow. The best moment to visit Logga beach is late in the afternoon in order for you to enjoy the sunset. The sun is right in front of the beach when it disappears into the sea.

In order to reach Logga beach, you must cross the village Peroulades. Signs will lead you to a big parking lot next to a snack bar which is located in the top of the cliff. From there the descent of stairs begins. Near Logga one can find the peninsula of Drastis, a beautiful, natural landscape for swimming with sedimentary islets scattered in the blue waters.

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