The Navagio beach in the Greek island of Zakynthos reopened on Saturday to visitors after a landslide earlier in the month that caused light injuries to three tourists.
Local authority officials say that the beach is now safe despite warnings by experts that further landslides could occur.
A team of scientists from the University of Athens have recommended that the beach should be closed completely to the public.
Following a visit to the beach last week, a team from the university’s Department of Geology opined that more landslides can be expected in the area, which is accessible only by sea.
Thousands visit the pristine beach every day during the summer months.