Navagio beach shipwreck on Zakynthos to be fenced off for protection

Navagio Beach, Zakynthos

Navagio Beach, Zakynthos Image by Nataša Stuper / CC BY 2.0

Access to the famous shipwreck on the Ionian island of Zakynthos in Greece may become limited if a conservation programme proposed by the island’s authorities is implemented. The authorities’ plan includes erecting a fence around the shipwreck and hiring a guard to supervise it, because the beachgoers are responsible for some of the damage to the eroding vessel. Other ideas are to add a portable chemical toilet and to hire a lifeguard. Read more: greece.greekreporter.com

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