a lovely quite beach, its narrow but a not a lot of peple there. far left of the beach is a very nice taverna, it looks very old and a bit hiden from view, left from the taverna a long the beach is where you can get an all over tan if you like!!. the pic on the left is looking towards mavratzi beach from just above the small taverna
We came across this beach by chance and fell in love with it ,Ideal if you like peace and quiet.
we liked the quiteness of the area beach was very clean only downside was over priced sunbeds and restarunt beach was not like a junk yard anothor down side was the bus services only 3 buses a day and if you miss the last one and you dont live nearby its a long walk home ((no taxis aroud and if you do see one most likly it wont stop for you )) if you have hired a car or bike do go and vist it !!
Porto Roma suffers by comparison with all the other beaches in the area. The beach is very narrow. The sand is quite stoney. The area by the harbour looks like a junk yard.
Discovered Porto Roma on our travels. Not as nice as Porto Zorro but still quiet, though initially rocky to get in. Found the people who ran the taverna to be miserable as sin and really put us off the area, went back to Zorro the following day.
Not really for the kids. A narrow beach, shingly and steeply shelving.
Last summer I spent a few hours at this beach. Make sure you have some type of thongs or swimmers shoes on your feet as it is initially quite rocky when you get into the water. Once you get past the rocky part, the water is quite lovely and clear. The "sandy beach area" is long and curving but only about 15 feet wide. Very quiet beach compared to Laganas but not as spectacular.