Egremni (Greek: Εγκρεμνή or Εγκρεμνοί) is a remote beach located on the south-western coast of the Ionian island of Lefkada.
Since the creation of a sealed road during the mid 1990s, this remote beach has become one of the premier tourist destinations on the island, and in Europe as a whole.
The beach is accessed from the car park via 347 steep steps that hug a rugged cliff face.
The waters of Egremni are strikingly clear and the sunsets are frequently dramatic. The beach is composed of fine to medium-sized, white-coloured pebbles (typical on of the Ionian islands) that are very comfortable to lie on.
Driving to Egremni takes you through a very narrow and steep road. Instead of using the beach’s car park, you can park on the right side of the road before the car park for free. However, be aware this does mean a two hundred meter uphill climb when you are leaving the beach.
Once you park, to reach the beach you have to climb down a few hundred steps and cross a *very* shaky wooden structure at the end.