Anasa Beach, Poros - Google Satellite Map
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Situated in Poros 180 20, Nisi, Islands, Attica, Decentralized Administration of Attica, Greece
Most of the Greek beaches have 360° Google Street View photos This is a great way to get a very good impression about the beach condition and all of its aspects.
What type of sand, water or beach profile are you looking for? Do you like stony beaches or you prefer soft sands. Popular beaches or abandoned places? Peaceful seasides or public beaches? Steep seashores with clear crystal water or flat beaches for non-swimmers? There are also nudist beaches where you can freely get naked. For the fans of water sports there are places for scuba diving, kayaking, jet skiing, boating, parasailing, snorkelling, scuba diving, paddleboarding, motorboating.
It is essential to avoid intense UV radiation, sunlight has a good effect on the body's elasticity, vitamin D synthesis, and ultraviolet radiation from the sun releases endorphins – Happy Hormones – that act like a drug. Pay attention on how much time you spend under the sun and use protection.
Rocky Sea Bottom
Secret Pristine Beach
Shallow beach. So, you can easily find out if the beach is sandy or pebbly. Boulder Beaches. Pebble Beaches. Urban Beaches. Rocky Beaches Black sandy volcanic beach or stony beach. Rock particles broken shell fragments from sea. erosion of rocks and coral reefs. Shell Beaches Coastal erosion, a natural process in which the shoreline is eroded away by wind, water or other weather patterns. Below, a beach is shown where the water is wearing away at the shore, cutting out the land above the beach. Factors affecting coastal erosion. Less crowded beaches, non busy beaches, least populated beaches, secluded beaches, uncrowded beach, not crowded beaches. Blue flags clean. sand dunes . dazzling white pebbles. wild, fragrant mountains collide with the sea. crystal clear waters. with or without seaweed. gentle beaches, steep beaches.soft sands, rocky shore, secret places, scuba diving