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Lampi Beach

Lampi (Lambi) is a narrow beach with clear waters, known for its beautufully coloured peebles. It is located in a remote area in the the northeasern coast of Patmos. It is open to the meltemi (N/E winds). It is nicely organised with sunbeds and umbrellas in front of Dolphin's Lampi but it is not crowded. There you can taste delicious mediterranean salads, crepes, cold plates, omeletes, fruitsalads, and drink ouzo or greek coffee made traditionally on fire.

Lampi Beach Pebbles

These pebbles have traveled across the globe as a souvenir that tourists are carrying home after their holidays. Unfortunately nature can not replace them after someone removes them. There is sign that prohibits carrying a large number of pebbles that one collects. Please realize that these pebbles are a nature'sl artwork and it's vital to remain in their natural environment.
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If you go there by car, you will have to follow the coastal road to Kampos Beach. Next beach after Campos is Lampi.

Lambi means 'shining' in Greek,  and that's just what the wet pebbles do when washed by the sea. The beach is excellent for families. Many of today's properties on the beach belonged in the past in a common ancestor of today's snack bar owner!

You can visit Lampi beach by car (the road is in very good condition)  and there daily busses trip to the beach. Lampi Beach is a pleasant location for lunch and dinner, the taverns are on the beach and serve delicious food in a peaceful atmosphere.
There is also the church of Saint George, built on 1881 by the great-grandfather of the owner of the Dolphin of Lampi beach Mr. Markos.

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