Livadi (Greek: Λιβάδι) is a town and a former municipality in the Larissa regional unit, Thessaly, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Elassona, of which it is a municipal unit. Before the 2011 local government reform it was an independent municipality.The 2011 census recorded 2,674 residents in the municipal unit and 2,244 residents in the community of Livadi. The community of Livadi covers an area of 140.90 km while the respective municipal unit 158.273 km.
Restaurants in Livadi
4.5 based on 97 reviews
Loved everything about this beach, mostly the view from the church and the hill. Go there prepared with iced cold water and snacks, if you want to spend many hours. An umbrella would be useful as well, espacially in august when you might not find a place under the trees.
4.5 based on 17 reviews
We used the rent a boat service with these guys. We were very keen to get a full day so the owner gave us the keys and took us for a test drive the evening before. He was very helpful with navigational and island advice. The boat was in very good condition and had good shade. We went round the coast, visited Beaches not accessible from the land, found a restaurant on a wild deserted spot for lunch. It was quite simply the best way to see the island. If you like boats then do this, amazing fun!
4.5 based on 3 reviews
Come da titolo, spiaggia meno nota rispetto alle altre sulla parte sud di Serifos ma davvero molto bella. I fondali sono molto interessanti anche per lo snorkeling e la baia è abbastanza riparata anche nelle giornate più ventose. Come tutte le altre di Serifos, non attrezzata ma assolutamente incontaminata. Se siete in cerca di tranquillità, prendetela in considerazione!
4.5 based on 94 reviews
It's a nice, long, sandy beach, protected from the wind and it has Tamarisk trees to offer shade. It's popular and parking is a problem as there isn't any. You have to park your car along the main road. And there's an ugly problem too . Be careful where you step and where you lay your beach towel as the sand is littered with dog poop. People are obviously irresponsible and don't clean after their pets and the authorities are indifferent and don't do anything about it.
4.5 based on 3 reviews
It's a unique place with special handcrafted creations,jewelry and gift items.A warm place made by the owner who shared with us the hidden diamonds of Serifo and helped us with our trip!
4.5 based on 54 reviews
The hill top Chora dominates the skyline when you arrive at the port of Serifos. Do make a point of visiting the Chora and the Kastro and wandering the cobblestoned lanes. You can either take the bus which travels up hourly, taking about 12-15 minutes or you can walk via the stairs which are marked as walking path 1a. We chose to take the bus and walk down the stairs for a good work out without the extra effort going up. You will find several cafes and tavernas up in the Chora and there are plenty of excellent photo opportunities.
5 based on 2 reviews
Rent a boat during your holiday in Serifos. For you that you want a direct contact with the sea, looking for something special and you want to discover your own private secluded beach,you can rent a boat recreation. We offer seaworthy boats with 30hp engine for which no license is needed speedboat By boat you will have the opportunity to visit one of the 72 Beaches of Serifos, usually inaccessible otherwise and enjoy the sun and sea
Spent 2 days exploring and fishing around the magnificent coastline of Serifos. We rented a boat for Saturday 10 and Sunday 11 September 2016, were lucky enough to have wonderful weather and no wind and went all around the island. The boat was new and clean with a 30hp motor (quite economical when it comes to fuel consumption). Good service from the company and fantastic experience. Highly recommended.
4 based on 83 reviews
This is a beautiful curved bay with clear blue sea and golden sand. The sea was calm while we were there and we swam across the bay many times. The tamarisk trees along the beach offer welcome shade and we sometimes found free sunloungers. The taverna on the beach offered good food and drink and we were always welcome to use their facilities.
4.5 based on 35 reviews
This is a stand out for visiting as the history and interior of this monastery is fascinating. It is fortified and the door is always open and the local priest in residence is very welcoming, and will open up the church and also offer you a piece of his home made turkish delight. He lives there with his cats (we counted 7) and the interior is just delightful, and you don't feel that you are intruding. Do visit.
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