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  1. Agia Roumeli

    • Chania

    Agia Roumeli is peacefull small and feels like a village somewhere ... nowhere. It is located between the ravish blue Libyan Sea and the steeply rising mountains at the exit of Samaria Gorge and is built on the ruins of ancient Tara, who was famous for its oracle and was destroyed by an earthquake in 66 AD.

  2. Ravdoucha Village

    • Chania

    Ravdoucha Village is one of the most beautiful and traditional places in Chania at Rodopos Peninsula. Τhe village is located on a hill with the memorable view, overlooking the gulf of Kissamos-Kastelli and also is very close to the beach.

  3. Samonas Village

    • Chania

    Samonas is a peaceful picturesque village in Apokoronas Region, Chania, Crete, Greece, which still preserves its authentic character since is really small and quiet and has very few inhabitants.
    During night hours, thousands of stars will magnetize your eyes.

  4. Kokkino Chorio

    • Chania

    Kokkino Chorio (or “Red Village”) is a small village situated in Apokoronas in Chania regional unit of Crete, Greece. Kokkino Chorio, or Red Village, sits on the Drapano Cape overlooking the magnificent Souda Bay.

  5. Sougia Village

    • Chania

    Sougia Village is one of the most laid back and refreshingly undeveloped beach places along the unique south coast of Crete, southern of Chania, with a lovely wide curve of sand and pebble beach and a few taverns where you can enjoy excellent traditional food as well as fresh fish.

  6. Gavalochori Village

    • Chania

    Gavalochori is a traditional Cretan village situated in the Apokoron region about 3km inland from the coastal village of Almirida. Its location is 25 km east of Chania which takes about 20 minutes drive along the National Road. Gavalochori is an old historical village.

  7. Elos Village

    • Chania

    The traditional village of Elos is located 60 km south west of Chania Town, on the way to the Monastery of Chrissoskalitissa and the wonderful beach of Elafonissi. Elos is a small village with few stone houses where its inhabitants are mostly engaged in agriculture cattle breeding.

  8. Crete

    • ChaniaHeraklionLasithiRethimno

    Crete’s mystery is extremely deep. Whoever sets foot on this island senses a mysterious force branching warmly and beneficiently through his veins, senses his soul begin to grow. -                            Nikos Kazantzakis, Report to Greco

  9. Sfakia

    • Chania

    Sfakia or Chora Sfakion is squeezed between the sea and the mountains. Generally Sfakia as a region has a very unique and dare we say “genuine” feel to it. Mountains, gorges, sea, sun, beaches and hospitable people.  A walker’s paradise, with many trails, gorges, mountain tops and plains. This is the still amazing west Crete.

  10. Loutro

    • Chania

    Loutro is such an incredibly soporific place, where there’s absolutely nothing ( ... almost ) to do but eat, drink and laze - and where you fast lose any desire to do anything else. This is a magic place to relax, swim, read write your own book in western Crete, Sfakia region.

  11. Chania

    • Chania

    Chania is a small, picturesque town worth getting to know, where you’ll almost certainly stay longer than you intended, enjoying tasty food, the wonderful harbour, old buildings and many more. Chania is also one of the two places you are most likely to see on arriving in Crete.

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