One of the countries that has gained the most tourism in recent years is Greece , which, thanks to its impressive islands, fills with tourists every summer (in addition, of course, to visiting historic Athens). So much is its fame, that there are many cruises that make routes through some of its islands to be able to admire the beauty that they have, that the truth is that one is ahead and "freaks out" with what you are seeing.
Today I would like to write about one of the most beautiful beaches I have seen in that country, the Myrtos Bay beach , one of the most famous thanks to the magic that the water gives off with such perfect colors that it seems that they are painted in instead of being real. The beauty of its colors is due to the sediments that accumulate in the bay, which are turned into different colors by the sunsets, so the colors change several times a day.
This beach is to the northwest of the island of Kefalonia and is protected by two imposing mountains that seem to surround the bay. Its colors have made it world famous and thousands of tourists come there every year just to see that spectacle of color change that goes through blues, greens, reds or oranges. The waves on this beach are usually very intense, which also helps the effect of the color to be more noticeable.
But not all that is beautiful about Myrtos beach is its color, since the natural environment in which it is located is unique thanks to the gigantic cliffs that are in the area. To get to the beach there is a very well paved road and everything is very well indicated. When parking you will have to go down a slope but there is no risk since they have everything well prepared for so many tourists.