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Mariza swimming paradise

If you are looking for paradise, this spot comes really close! Mariza is a small platform built in the natural rocks of the coastline. It is your jumping off point for spectacular swimming in the deep clear turqoise sea. Mariza is nestled at the end of a small path that is running from the village of Limenaria. When you are in the centre of the village, you will see a painted arrow on the wall of the local taverna pointing into the direction of Mariza. At the end of the path steps lead you down to the platform.

It is really worth an early visit to swim in these deep and clear waters, surrounded by the sheer rock faces which make up the geography of this part of the island. You can jump from the platform in the deep sea or take the swimming ladder. The best time to swim here is early in the day and before about 2 or 3 o'clock the afternoon.

Bring your snorkeling gear, something comfortable to sunbathe on, an umbrella and refreshments for a longer stay. There is only room for a very few people at Mariza, but most of the times this spot is not crowded at all!

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Take the road from Milos to Limenaria. Park your bike or car at the taverna and follow the path leading down to Mariza. Limenaria can also be reached by bus. If you are on your way to Aponissos you will always drive through the village of Limenaria, just make a small stop for a swim at Mariza. You will not regret it.

If you are coming from Aegina, you can take the bus to Limenaria or rent a motor bike or bicycle to go there. You can also take your motor bike, bicycle or car on the Poseidon Hellas Ferry which is leaving 3 times a day to Skala on Agistri (in summer season). Price for your car is € 8,20 - adults € 2,60 and kids € 1,30. For around € 15,00 you can rent a motor bike for the day. If you rent for more days you can get a better price.


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