The beach is Geropotamos about 20 km east of Rethymnon next to the highway Rethymnon-Heraklion, under the eponymous bridge. The name comes from the river Geropotamos that leads to this beach. This is a beach with sand and pebbles affected by the wind. The water is deep and requires attention. Organized beach with many facilities for swimming and water sports.
Arkadiou Street, or Sabbionara, was during Venetian era but also today one of the most important streets of the urban fabric of the city. Lying in the heart of modern Rethymnon, it combines the oriental features of the Turkish period with Renaissance-style Venetian architecture.
The Missiria is actually a suburb of Rethymno, within walking distance from the city center, just 3 km to the east and on the long sandy beach. Access from Rethymnon is very easy with regular and frequent bus, taxi and rented or private cars and motorcycles.