Kalami to Agios Stephanos – 1hr 15mins (long walk)
Follow the walk to Kouloura, do not turn right down to the harbour, go straight ahead where you will find a small pebble beach. You will see a large old building at the end of the beach, just after this, you will then begin to climb the headland. You will walk along the beautiful hillside and arrive at a very tiny pebble beach. Have a swim-stop here, then, rejoin your path up the hillside. You will pass another beach further along, this is Kerasia, this beach, has barely been discovered by tourists, so it is not very busy.
There is one taverna at the end of this beach. Next to the taverna is a road that will then take you to Agios Stefanos. There is another way taking you cross-country but we do not recommend it, as it can be highly dangerous in places. Agios Stefanos is a picturesque bay where fishing boats and small yacht flotillas frequent in the circular harbour. This area is surrounded by, red-roofed and whitewashed houses, which makes the perfect photograph.
Unless you want to walk back, we do suggest you ask for a taxi in one of the tavernas.