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All reviews lots of sun beds the food is great symi town great place to swim on the rocks within walking distance your feet worth a visit beach shelf harbour sea faliraki watersports gravel path crystal
Symi is such a beautiful resort .. This beach could be lovely but the man who seems to run it seems not to care .. The beds are not in good shape and the staff who work for him are shouted at ! Also they...More
Nos beach or the town beach is situated around to the left of the main harbour.....
There are all the usual amenities you would expect.....Taverna......which has a lovely view across the bay....the food is good but average....
Toilets which are clean but not exceptional
Nos is a very convenient beach being just round the corner to the main harbour at Symi. The beds are plentiful and it has the sun until around 3/4pm*. Beds are around €5pp. Drinks are similar. The staff are alright and the boss man is...More
The beach is small, nevertheless, the sea is very wide, fresh and clean!
There’s a restaurant just beside it where you can enjoy a meal on the beach.
You can rent a sunbed for 5€ and get a shower for another 5€
The owners obviously took notice of the complaints and cleaned up the beach. Whilst I arrived there were workers raking the light gravel and removing larger stones and any foreign objects.
The water quality was very good. If you are stuck for time and cannot...More
Totally agree with other review regarding the workshop set up on the beach complete with welding equipment etc. Appeared to be making iron casing for hanging baskets whilst creating the most horrendous racket with no regard for tourists trying to relax on their 5 euro...More
This beach is within walking distance from the town but there are better and cheaper beaches to visit. Sun loungers are €5 each to hire and not in a good condition and we found the drinks expensive. You do need beach shoes as it is...More
On the beach...a full size wooden bench, big electric welding set-up, anvil, steel rods and a guy making things similar to lamp shade wire structures at noon on a Saturday! Plus his mate was filling a wheelbarrow pushing it along the wall and tipping into...More