Sougia is a small, serene fishing village located in the Libyan sea offering its visitors a superb, spotless clean sea. Its long pebble beach also offers an exciting underwater life and is ideal for snorkelling. The eastern part of the beach features numerous bays and sheltered coves and is frequented by nudists.
Apart from natural beauty, the area is surrounded by worth visiting villages, beaches and monuments, which the visitors will have the opportunity to explore by boating excursions or hiking. For those seeking peaceful holidays and non-organised beaches away from overcrowded streets, Sougia is the ideal place to go.
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Agia Roumeli is a long pebble beach within a cove, at the exit of the Samaria Gorge. The beach is frequented by hikers who take a refreshing dip after having completed the Samaria Gorge.
Loutro is a peaceful, picturesque resort built amphitheatrically within a cove. Its pebble beach is well organized and protected from the south winds.
Sfakia stretches to the east of Sougia offering a well-organised beautiful pebble beach in front of the village of Chora Sfakíon.
Gavdos is an isolated, intact isle south west of Crete, the southernmost part of Greece. A Greek myth identifies it with the island of Calypso, the nymph who captured Odysseus. The isle abounds in crystal clear sandy and shingle beaches, where you can enjoy enchanting sunrises and sunsets.