Cliffs mentioned in the previous section are located in the bay of Obis. They are as high as 15 meters (50 feet) and descend to depth up to 20 m (65 feet). This makes them save enough for jumping (it’s is still dangerous to jump - you do it at your own risk). Because of the dramatic nature of it’s bottom, this bay is often visited by divers.
Obis has in fact two beaches: big Obis at the big cliff and small Obis below the small cave. Both are very nice, although I prefer small Obis.
- type of beach: rock
- water depth: very deep (up to 20m - 65 feet)
- swimming knowledge required : for good swimmers only
- children friendly: no
- privacy: ok
- getting there: from upper village follow the path running past the cemetery and then through vineyard