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Chios Island Travel Guide, Chios Greece
The Island of Chios
Chios Island Travel Guide, Chios Greece
Chios Island Travel Guide, Chios Greece
Chios Island Travel Guide, Chios Greece
Chios Island Travel Guide, Chios Greece

Lithi Beach

Lithi is a bay at the SW part of the island, with a fine sand suitable for beach games and relaxing sunbathing. The area has studios, restaurants and taverns offering fresh seafood. The beach is located about 1Km. far from Lithi village.

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Armolia, Pyrgi, Vessa, Elata, Lithi, Olympi, Mesta


Prehistoric Times
Prehistoric Emporio
Ancient Times
Temple of Phanaios Apollo, Temple of Athena at Emporio
Early Christian Times
Phana, Temple of Athena Polias
Medieval Times
Holy Apostles, Virgin Sikelia, Fortress of Apolihni, Pyrgi, Mesta, Olympi, Vessa, Watchtowers
Late Byzantine Times
Churches of Mesta
Post Byzantine and Later Times

Monastery of Zoodochos Pygi, St George Monastery at Pyrgi

Chios Beaches

Komi, Mavra Volia, Vroulidia, Avlonia, Karida, Salagonas, Aghia Dynami, Potamoi, Kato Phana, Apothika, Limenas Meston, Didyma Beach, Merikounta, Aghia Irini, Lithi Beach, Trahilia, Elinda

Date: Δευτέρα, 2 Αυγούστου 2010
Werner, Vienna, Austria
Comment:We have been there twice. One restaurant at the beginning, one at the end. Both only bad examples of how NOT to deal with tourists. Nice beach and beutiful scenery with a little harbour, but the food was frustrating !
Date: Δευτέρα, 27 Μαρτίου 2006
Lilian, USA
Comment:From what I was told not even the people who live in Lithi don’t go to Tria Adelphia because they are not pleasant people to deal with and always get bad reviews from them. All the other places we tried at lithi beach were good. I loved the salad their because is made with fresh veggies and good olive oil which they produce there.
Date: Τετάρτη, 13 Απριλίου 2005
Petruchio, Chios Greece
Comment:We went to Lithi beach at 10 April 2005 and we had lunch at “Ta 3 adelphia” (The 3 Brothers) tavern. No printed menu with prices was given to us so we order without having the slightest clue of what the amount of the bill would have been. According to Greek Law tavern owners are obliged to give printed menu catalogues to their customers so that customers know how much every dish cost before they order. The dishes weren’t very clean and though we asked for grilled fish (tope) the waitress served fried fish to us and she didn’t took it back though we mentioned once more that we wanted the fish to be grilled and not fried. This tavern is a “must NOT”.