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Gavdos - View to Gavdopoula

Gavdos - View to Gavdopoula

Ag. Ioannis - a long and wide beach in the central part of the north coast of Gavdos. Nestled on its western side against the hill with a small church named after the patron of this place with an unforgettable view of the nearest islet of Gavdopoula and mountainous Crete.

Gavdos - Vathi Seli

Gavdos - Vathi Seli

The steep, rocky, hardly accessible but extremely picturesque western coast of Gavdos, stretches for about 10 km and harbors exceptional beaches that can only be reached by boat. The landscape on this part of the island changes permanently. Amazing little beaches appear and disappear every year.

Gavdos - Salt Lake at Cape Trypiti

Gavdos - Salt Lake at Cape Trypiti

Gavdos is Greece’s southernmost island and the southernmost point in Europe is the headland Tripiti (north 34°48'07" east 24°07'35"), which presents a beautiful composition of arcades diving into the sea.

Gavdos - Going to Agios Ioannis

Gavdos - Going to Agios Ioannis

Gavdos is a low, sandy island wooded with pine trees and cedars. The island is filled with superb sandy beaches such as Sarakiniko, Agios Ioannis, Potamos, Lavrakas, Tripiti and the pebble beach of Korfos, all of which have recently been awarded with the "Golden Starfish".

Gavdos - The Owl

Gavdos - The Owl

With its stunning combination of rocks, dunes and pristine beaches, Gavdos becomes a place of myth for travelers.

Gavdos - Wind Still

Gavdos - Wind Still

The steep, rocky, hardly accessible but extremely picturesque western coast of Gavdos, stretches for about 10 km and harbors exceptional beaches that can only be reached by boat. The landscape on this part of the island changes permanently. Amazing little beaches appear and disappear every year.

Gavdos - The Big Blue

Gavdos - The Big Blue

Gavdos is a low, sandy island wooded with pine trees and cedars. The island is filled with superb sandy beaches crystal-clear with unbelievably blue waters.

Gavdos - The Lovers

Gavdos - The Lovers

The Flora on Gavdos is unique and exceptional because of the occurrence of some African and European species of plants. Also ancient juniper, pine and cedar forests among aromatic thyme and oregano shrubs are an important element of the local landscape.

Gavdos - Labyrinth in the sand

Gavdos - Labyrinth in the sand

The northern coast of Gavdos mainly abounds in large, sandy beaches (the Sarakiniko, Ag. Ioannis, Potamos Beaches ) with a variety of colors, shades and structure of the sand.

Sunset on Gavdos

Sunset on Gavdos

Gavdos is an isolated isle on the Levantine Basin of the Mediterranean Sea situated 24 nautical miles to the south of Crete. Its characteristic shape of the isosceles triangle with an area of almost 37 km² is one of the mysterious features of this isle. The island is the southernmost part of Greece, offering the most amazing sunsets.

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