The beach was known as “Kerentza”, but due to its Venetian origin it was abandoned and now has the Greek name “Bay of Odysseus”. The name comes from Homer’s description in the Odyssey, which narrates that in this bay, Odysseus disembarked to visit Acheron.
The beach is the paradise of the free camper. Here you will find tents and caravans along the entire length of the beach.
The shore is sandy, with very fine sand, and shallow waters. In general, the environment is very quiet. Also at the far right end of the beach there is a small harbor for boats
To find the beach Ormos tou Odysseas, follow the instructions for the route mentioned on the beach Alonaki Fanariou from the national road Preveza – Igoumenitsa. Before the last intersection for Alonaki, there is a sign that leads you to the “Bay of Odysseus”.
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