Louloudis Beach is actually a small beach portion located in the extension of the larger and much more crowded beach called Pachis.
Here is the relative position of the beach on the Thassos island map:
The thing that impresses you from the beginning on this beach is the presence of pine trees, almost up near water.
The lounge chairs and umbrellas have enough distance between them to provide you with enough privacy, they are of good quality and they are free on condition of a minimum consumption which has no official lower limit.
The sand is not really the finest, but it is clean and extends far into the sea.
Very close to the shore you will find some small stones at the entrance into the water, but after you pass this area there is nothing but sand and shallow water until far offshore.
A beach bar, which is of course called Louloudis Beach, ensures the service with the necessary things, the prices being extremely reasonable: around 3 Euro for one coffee and 4 Euro for a fresh orange juice. About three young employees are always walking among those on the beach in order to serve them with what they need.
The beach has two showers.
Access to the beach is made on an asphalt paved road located to the right of the Sentido hotel, which leads to a parking lot shaded by olive trees.
Discovered a year before by Daria, our daughter, the beach was amazing, which determined us to return with pleasure several times during our stay.
The shade of the pine trees, which also reflects in the sea water, the cleanliness of the beach and the friendly atmosphere impressed us.
Here is a short video of the beach:
Last modified: 12 October 2019