On previous trips to Plakias, mainly in July, it has been a pleasure to walk along to the Far End at 9:30 - 10:00 and find sun loungers available, even on the front row. Why is it that in September, yes when it's busier possibly, people feel the need to go along before the sun has risen - I know this because I witnessed it during an early morning run - and 'reserve' their sun loungers by putting towels on them? On one particular occasion someone had put towels on a pair of sun loungers, very early, and then did not appear until nearly 12:00. They then left, with everything for the day, about 1.1/2 hrs later! I along with a number of other people were staggered at the selfish behavior they exhibited in doing this. I'm sure this topic has been discussed previously, but until people are brave enough to remove unused towels and claim the sun loungers for themselves, this will continue. I think that there should be a time cut off point, say 10:00am, and if no one has come to use the sun loungers by then, then they are up for grabs. Luckily this practice doesn't happen at Souda beach.