One foreign woman was injured and transported to hospital, the coast guard said, adding that the beach was evacuated and boats were banned from approaching the cove until further notice.
Video footage uploaded on the website of Greek newspaper Proto Thema showed bathers running in panic as a large part of a cliff peeled off the rockwall and tumbled down at a point close to the sandy shore.
A section of a cliff fell onto a popular secluded beach on the western Greek island of Zakynthos Thursday, injuring seven people, including a woman who suffered a spinal injury, authorities said. O'Connell estimates there are around 400 to 500 people in the area when the rockfall occurred and around a dozen tourist boats were out in the bay.
"A giant wave hit the small boats and debris hit people on the beach", she said.
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"There was a rumble and a rock fell, followed by a larger rock and then another". Meanwhile, some boats were capsizing in the strong waves.
There were no people missing, one of the officials said but authorities were combing land and sea as a precaution, the official said. Rescue services employed sniffer dogs to search the beach itself for possible victims of the rockfall.
Lynette Bridges, 58, was on a tour boat, pulling up to "Shipwreck Beach" as the incident happened.