Livadi beach on Iraklia (also referred to as Mourto cove in some maps) is Iraklia’s largest beach and one of the most popular. It is found on the northeastern coast, with the islet of Venetiko just opposite, and features an old fort (Kastro) behind it, shallow waters, some trees which provide shade and a beach volley net. A sea-turtle (named Giannis by his friends) has been making frequent appearances a short distance from Livadi beach on Iraklia in the last few years.
|Material on beach||Sand|
|Material in water||Sand|
|To whom the beach may appeal||Especially suitable for children because of its shallow waters –the water deepens after about 30m from the beach. It’s also interesting to snorkelers.|
|Directions for access||There is ample parking space|
|Public transport info||During summertime a minibus passes from Livadi three times a day.|
|Accessibility for wheelchairs||Accessible for child strollers and wheelchairs.|