Beaches

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Aradena Gorge - Marmara Beach

Aradena Gorge - Marmara Beach

The impressive gorge of Aradena is some 19 km west of Chora Sfakion on the road to Anopolis and Agios Ioannis. It starts from the southern slopes of the White Mountains, north of the abandoned village of Aradena and ends at the Libyan Sea near the beautiful beach of Marmara, a little west of Loutro.

Beach of Vritomartis

Beach of Vritomartis

Vritomartis is some 72 km south of Chania and a few minutes drive from Chora Sfakion; a remote pebble beach affected by the south winds, not very organized and frequented by nudists.

Beach of Sougia

Beach of Sougia

Sougia is some 67 km south of Chania; the long pebble beach of the homonymous village of Sougia has a rocky sea bed and is thus ideal for snorkeling. The beach is affected by the south winds, fairly organized and quite popular for camping thanks to its shade offering tamarisk trees. The eastern part of the beach is frequented by nudists.

Beach of Sfakia

Beach of Sfakia

Sfakia is some 72 km south of Chania at the South; the pebble beach in front of the village of Chora Sfakion is not affected by the south winds and well organized.

Beach of Plakaki

Beach of Plakaki

Plakaki is some 81 km south of Chania and 2 km west of Paleochora within a small cove; a beautiful pebble beach, not organized at all.

Beach of Phoenix

Beach of Phoenix

Phoenix is some 82 km south of Chania and 1.5 km west of Loutro within a small cove; a pebble beach with a rocky seabed which makes it ideal for snorkeling, affected by the south winds.

Beach East of Paleohora

Beach East of Paleohora

Paleochora East is some 79 km south of Chania and east of Paleochora; a pebble beach affected by the south winds. Less organized than nearby Pachia Ammos, it is less crowded.

Beach of Pachia Ammos

Beach of Pachia Ammos

Pachia Ammos is some 79 km south of Chania; Paleochora’s main beach is long and sandy, affected by the south winds with high waves on windy days which make it ideal for surfing. It can get rather crowded in peak season; however, its western end is less frequented and popular with nudists.

Beach of Marmara

Beach of Marmara

Marmara or Dialiskari is some 85 km far south of Chania and 5 km west of Loutro; a pebble beach with a rocky seabed which makes it ideal for snorkeling. The beach is located at the exit of the Aradena gorge and very popular even though it is not easy to reach.

Beach of Lykos

Beach of Lykos

Lykos is some 83 km south of Chania at the South, and 2.5 km west of Loutro; a pebble beach with a rocky seabed which makes it ideal for snorkeling. The beach is affected by the south winds and not organized at all. Nearest accommodation and food facilities can be found in Loutro.

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