Piso Krioneri is behind the hill of St Athanasios, named after the little church that lies on its top.

This natural shelter protects the beach from bad weather. Piso Krioneri is smaller than Krioneri, less crowded and is perfect for snorkelling because of the rocks and sea life. To the right of the beach, there are the rocks called Skordas (gr. skordas – garlic), and behind it, Kremidas (gr. kremidas – onion), which are named after their characteristic vegetable-like features. There are also some small caves and nice beaches hidden behind the wild rocks of the area.

Some of the paths are not on Google Maps and we have provided the satellite view of the area for ease of use. The “directions to here” option on Google Maps may not work correctly with these destinations due to the narrow roads and footpaths. We advise that you turn this function off.