Still warm to take a photo from inside..
Set beside a long southern-coast beach, between two immense wind tunnel gorges, Plakias was once a humble fishing village.
In 1961, the official census recorded a population of just six. Today its population explodes each summer with Central European package tourists...
While the town itself isn’t particularly peaceful, from here you can walk through olive groves, along seaside cliffs and to some sparkling hidden beaches.
It’s also a good base for regional excursions.