Rethymnon North Coast Beaches

Rethymnon North Coast Beaches

There are so many beaches on the north coach of Rethymnon that is hard to decide, which will fit you better. Help is here:

Bali Beach

Bali is nested in the surrounding mountains of the bay of Bali in front of the homonymous coastal village, some 34 km east of Rethymnon. The sandy beach is well organized and protected from the north winds. In the vicinity there are numerous small inlets with sand or pebbles.
Facilities:
hotels, rooms, tavernas, restaurants, sun beds, umbrellas, water sports
Accessible:
from Rethymnon by regular public buses

Episkopi Beach

Episkopi is some 12 km west of Rethymnon, just off the National Road toChania. A kilometer long, sandy beach, partly organized and affected by the north winds. There are some parts with no facilities at all, just offering calmness and crystal clear sea. Those who like this kind of beach should go to the part that starts at Petres and ends at the junction to the village of Episkopi.
Facilities:
cafes, sun beds, umbrellas
Accessible:
from Rethymnon by regular public buses

Gerani Beach

Gerani is some 6 km west of Rethymnon, just off the National Road to Chania. A quiet, pebbly beach; not organized within a small cove and good for snorkeling.
Facilities:
taverna
Accessible
: from Rethymnon by regular public buses

Geropotamos Beach

Geropotamos is some 20 km east of Rethymnon, just off the National Road to Heraklion, beneath the Geropotamos Bridge; a sandy and partly pebbly beach, affected by the north winds and not very organized.
Facilities:
hotels, tavernas, sun beds, umbrellas, water sports
Accessible:
from Rethymnon by regular public buses

Kavros Beach

Kavros is some 16 km west of Rethymnon, just off the National Road to Chania. A wonderful sandy beach, not very organized and affected by the north winds.
Facilities: hotels, rooms, tavernas, cafes
Accessible:
from Rethymnon by regular public buses

Missiria Beach

Missiria is some 3 km east of Rethymnon, just off the old National Road to Heraklion; a long sandy beach, fairly organized and affected north winds.
Facilities:
hotels, rooms, tavernas, cafes, sun beds, umbrellas
Accessible:
from Rethymnon by regular public buses, but also on foot (some 30 minutes walk)

Panormo Beach

Panormo is some 22 km east of Rethymnon, just off the National Road toHeraklion, in front of the homonymous village; a sandy beach, well organized and affected by the north winds. Apart from the main beach, there are also a few coves with pebbles which are not organized and less crowded. They are accessible via a dirt track leading to the west.
Facilities:
hotels, rooms, tavernas, cafes, sun beds, umbrellas, water sports
Accessible:
from Rethymnon by regular public buses

Perivolia Beach

Perivolia is some 2 km east of Rethymnon. It is in fact part of the long sandy beach of Rethymnon; a well organized beach, affected by the north winds.
Facilities: hotels, rooms, tavernas, restaurants, cafes, bars, sun beds, umbrellas, water sports
Accessible:
from Rethymnon by regular public buses, but also on foot (some 20 minutes walk)

Platanias Beach

Platanias is some 4 km east of Rethymnon; a sandy beach, well organized and affected by the north winds.
Facilities:
hotels, rooms, tavernas, restaurants, cafes, beach bars, sun beds
Accessible:
from Rethymnon by regular public buses

Rethymnon Beach

Rethymnon City Beach is a very well organized, over 20 km long sandy beach, stretching from the city in an easterly direction towards the areas of Perivolia, Platanias, Adelianos Kampos and Skaleta. Being within the city, it gets quite crowded in summer, however, westwards there are some parts with less people.
Facilities:
hotels, rooms, tavernas, restaurants, cafes, sun beds, umbrellas, water sports, diving

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