our small itinerary, and after Vounaria, we meet the village of Kombi.
The village's name is associated with the fact that its people prepared
ropes with knots (i.e. kombi means knots in modern Greek) and
rope-ladders for the assault against the Turkish occupation of Koroni's
The narrow rural road that crosses the naIve village with the 114
inhabitants is kept safe like a secret jewel amidst a string of olive
groves and vineyards that lead to the a masterpiece of nature, its
idyllic sand beach.
Kombi, with its magnificent natural view how could it be possible to
stay out of the tide of the new 'conquerors', the tourist creatures.
And the small village is rapidly developing with structures, dispersed
here and there, which are successively adapted to the natural ambient.
We hope that this development will continue properly, and within this
framework of respect to the natural and traditional environment, so
that the wave would not turn into a stream that can wash away
Reference: ARAK ADV. Koroni, Lady of the South - Summer Guide