Immediately to the west after the little Bay of Kapros lies a promontory that juts out into the sea on which is situated a large amount of holiday accommodation. Pachena has turned into a proper little holiday resort and is therefore the biggest conurbation on the north coast between Pollonia and the villages below Kastro Hill. The associated beach consists of two large sections, so it offers plenty of space.
Pachena is at the start, going from east to west, of a uniform section of coast that stretches to Mytakas, characterised by level sandy/pebble beaches that don’t differ a great deal from each other. There’s little in the way of remarkable landscape in the vicinity, so when I look through my photos I even get the beaches mixed up sometimes. However, all these beaches have the advantage of being readily accessible from the Triovasalos-Pollonia road. What’s more, they are big enough to offer good bathing opportunities even in the high season.