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To Navagio (The Shipwreck), Amorgos
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  • When the boat sailed to Shipverk, it turned out that white sand that appears in all the photos is a small smooth pebbles, which strew the whole Bay. Also in the Bay there is supposedly an ancient ship that ispisan inscriptions like "Zhulebino" and "Omsk". Inside the Bay better not deepen — smells like a public toilet. In General, visit the Bay for sure. Kind of negates all the cons.
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  • Not stated, but visible from the road. Easy access: 5 minutes walk (or 10 if we stop like me every 100 meters to enjoy the scenery) by the footpath from the road.
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  • The locations are not listed but visible from the road leading to the southern tip of the island. Around the site are abandoned and absolutely not maintained. Its popularity, propelled by the Film the big blue, was right this wreck a bit "dirty" while she could be romantic.
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  • If you visit Zante then you absolutely have to visit this place and there is two ways to take in this amazing place. Travel the winding roads to get to the view point above the ship wreck above and look down on it from very high up..... But want a closer look the only way to access it is by boat and that is well well well worth doing. Make this a priority on your holiday to Zante.
  • One of the most outstanding places I have been to in the world and most marvelous waters I ever swam. The beached boat on land has potential to - still to this very day - release left over particles of asbestos from the hull so keep that in mind when approaching! The time is anyway spent best jumping from the highest deck of a tourist boat and right into the breathtaking light blue and crystal clear water as well as gazing up the white cliffs from the surface of the ocean.
  • If you're visiting Zante then you must come here. It had the most crystal clear water you have ever seen and an impressive shipwreck. What else do you want?
  • Although the wreck itsself is not old, it looks amazing. The wreck, the sand, the water... it al makes an amazing picture
  • To descibe in one word : Meh. Nice panoramic view of 'the famous shipwreck', but that's it (No easy way to descend to the beach where the ship is wrecked, you need to book a tour or rent a boat at various other places on the island to do that) Nothing much more to do/see here. A few stands with tourist stuff, a cart with soft drinks, ice cream and stuff and thats it. If you have your own transportation i would certainly advise to go here, but don't expect anything else than a beatiful view.