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This small sandy beach is some 26 kilometers northwest of Agios Nikolaos, past the beach of Sissi. The beach is very much affected by the winds, which, on a windy day, create characteristic huge waves.
This sandy beach with pebbles in some parts is some 13 kilometers north of Agios Nikolaos and 2-3 kilometers north of Elounda. It is not affected by the winds and the tamarisk trees offer a good shade. It's name derives from the ancient city of Dreros, located some 3 kilometers from Neapolis.
This small sandy beach is some 33 kilometers from Agios Nikolaos, 2 kilometers northwest of the village of Milatos and a bit to the west of the small port of Milatos (the main beach of the settlement).
Plaka, northern beach
The beach north of the settlement of Plaka is some 16 kilometers north of Agios Nikolaos and 5 kilometers north of Elounda. A pebbly beach, protected from the winds, with several tamarisk trees offering their natural shade and an amazing view of the Spinalonga peninsula.
Plaka, southern beach
The beach south of the settlement of Plaka is some 16 kilometers south of Agios Nikolaos and 5 kilometers north of Elounda. A pebbly beach, protected from the winds. Unlike the northern beach of Plaka, it is not organized at all.
The pebbly beach of Tholos (or Kavoussi) is some 26 kilometers east of Agios Nikolaos and 3,5 kilometers north of the village of Kavoussi, which is on the main road connecting Agios Nikolaos with Sitia and Ierapetra. The beach is open to the North and affected by the winds; a series of tamarisk trees offer their shade.