Livadhi beach is famous for its deep blue waters and the endless fields of olive trees, it is one of the largest beaches of the region, it has a stretch of 1.2 km and more than 60 meters of sand, and it’s mostly visited by campers and families for its peace and quiet. The beach is divided in two parts, the north side named Gonia famous for its two marble stones inside the sea where people used to jump from there and the south named Apelistra, also famous for its rock with the same name. A little farther north visitor can find a small beautiful beach named Fusa (or Aquarium), it is highly recommended to visit it.
Livadhi beach is a popular stretch of sand during summer time with sun beds and umbrellas occupying the largest parts of the beach. The northern side is a chain of rocks that were used for local people for entertainment named Janulla cliffs, the place is famous for the length of the rocks and diving.
There are a lot of restaurants serving seafood and Mediterranean cuisine and cafes at the front of the beach and many hotels and apartments for rent at the begging of the beach. Water sports are also available here with Jet Skis, paddle boats, canoes and boat rides being the main activities. There are several volleyball pitches and every day at 15:00 locals gather to play at San Marco beach bar at the north part of the beach.
To visit this beach, follow the national road that leads to the old town of Himara. 200m after Kastrati gas station there is a cemetery, turn right on the sign Livadhi Beach and continue the road down till the beach. Or you can chose a walking trail along the coast that leads to the southern part of the beach. A beautiful walk among the olive plantations and pine trees. You can follow the path on Google Maps here.