Romanos beach is near the village with same name of western Messinia. The locals call it also Glyfadaki. It is a large beach overlooking the Sea with fine sand. There are actually a lot of small beaches, one next to another. The Romanos beach has too many people visited during the summer time, and there is built as well the biggest hotel in the Mediterranean area.
The first part of the Romanos beach is organized with sunbeds, umbrellas, cafe and bar, while on top there is a restaurant for those who would starve during their sunbath. The remaining part of the beach that is unspoilt and quieter is preferred by families and those seeking tranquility and privacy.
Located about 2 km. north of the beach of Voidokoilia and beyond the beautiful landscape of sandy beach and the blue waters, the beach is also popular for the plenty of small turtles that visit the beach to lay their eggs.
The Romanos beach is located about 10 km northwest of the city of Pylos. Starting from Pylos, travelling across Yalova, and after 2-3 km arriving at the village of Romanos. After passing through the village follow the signs to the beach. Walk two kilometers through olive groves and sand dunes and reach the beach where you will see the parking area.