Leaving behind the pretty Agios Ioannis beach behind we’re heading through the tiny settlement to the mini harbour at the far end of the bay.
After enjoying the obligatory snaps of vivid bougainvillea we come across the small picturesque chapel of Agios Ioannis which sits above a tiny harbour.
There’s absolutely no one around at all so we have this sparkling scene all to ourselves.
Various boat trips and fishing excursions take to the waters from this tiny harbour.
The pro tanner scampers off to find some super heated rocks to roast himself on while I opt for the cooling breezes that can be found at the boat harbour.
The colour of the water in Greece is something I never tire of. A constantly shifting, mesmerising, kaleidoscope of greens, blues and golds.
It’s well worth making the ten minute walk from the beach to enjoy the bobbing boats and peaceful views out to the sea.