Tympaki

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Kokkinos Pyrgos Beach

Kokkinos Pyrgos Beach

Tymbaki, a large village, bears all the signs, and suffers all the consequences, of its recent expansion. Visitors wishing to stay at a seaside spot ought to consider Kokkinos Pyrgos beach, where numerous rooms for rent are available, or heading further south.

Prickly Pear in Phaistos

Prickly Pear in Phaistos

The palace of Phaistos on the road which leads from Heraklion to Tymbaki in the south of the Heraklion prefecture is located at a small distance from the Libyan Sea, on a spot that overlooks the Messara valley, between the mountains of Ida and Asterousa. Messara, strategically positioned in central Crete in a lush environment, was settled as far back as 4000 BC and became a Minoan centre during the Pre-Palatial period (approx. 3500 – 2000 BC).

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