Kokkinos Pyrgos Beach at Kokkinos Purgos

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Sandy beach with shallow waters of the Libyan Sea, ideal for families. The beach is relatively organized.

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The traditional cafenion of Sivas (cafe) is among the unique cafes in Greece. The walls are covered with Orthodox icons, proverbs, quotes and serenades.

The beach is located 58 km southeast of Rethymnon and 2-3 kilometers east of the village of Agia Galini, just after the river and has large pebbles and rocky bottom. The beach is sheltered from strong winds.

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The beach of Agios Georgios is situated 62 kilometers far from Rethymnon (7 kilometers west of Ayia Galini) and is a beautiful pebble beach is sheltered from strong winds. It is non organized and must have with you the essentials.

Kalamaki Beach

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Beach sands of the Libyan Sea, caution in entering the water as it is slippery and there are large slabs. On the beach with sun loungers etc.

Kommos Beach at Kalamaki

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Located after Kalamaki to Matala. On the south side of the beach is the archaeological site of Kommos.

Matala Beach

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The Matala beach is located 65 km southwest of Heraklion overlooking the Libyan Sea. The golden sand, clear water, rocks and mystic brings many visitors here.

Beautiful sandy beach on the Libyan Sea, very close to Matala beach. It is a nudist beach and you can reach there either by boat or 30 minutes walking on the path that starts in Matala.

Matala Caves

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No-one is actually certain when the caves of Matala were created. Current thinking is that they are Roman or Early Christian tombs.

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