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Protruding from the north end of Perissa Beach is a swath of south facing, hard, volcanic rock. Around 2007 it was grid bolted and now houses 40 or so routes ranging from 5.easy to at least the mid .12s. The base of the crag is a literal parking lot and access road. The routes are all fully bolted with permanent biner anchors for easy cleaning. They are also fully labled with metal plates near the first bolt that provide route length, grade, and number of bolts. The rock extends out into the sea but provides little potential for DWS.
Plane or ship from Athens. Popular tourist destination but don't expect to find many or any other climbers.
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