Konnos Bay is a scenic beach in the north of Cape Greco National Forest Park, known for its calm waters, which provide safe swimming conditions for beginners and children. The water is so clean that you can see the seabed and starfish in the sand at the bottom.
Although secluded, the beach attracts many tourists and is appreciated by the locals too. Weekends tend to get crowded but you will still find a place in the sun. There are sun loungers and parasols, showers, restrooms, and changing facilities. A lifeguard on duty keeps an eye on the swimmers in the summer months.
The coastal area of the Konnos Bay is part of the Cape Greco National Forest Park and is fringed by pine trees, which create very picturesque landscapes. It’s a lovely spot to admire the wonders of nature, especially at sundown when the sky turns honey-gold.
Beachgoers can relax in the sun, or partake in a variety of water sports, including kayaking, water skiing, wakeboarding, parasailing, S.U.P., jet blading, jetpacking, and many others. Snorkelling is another fun pastime at Konnos Bay, especially with a SEABOB water sledge.