Places

Kissamos

The municipality of Kissamos covers the North-West corner of Crete with its famous beaches Falassarna, Balos and Elafonisi. The city itself, with population of 5000 people whose economy mainly is based on agriculture, is a small but active with a lot of shops, restaurants and bars.

The municipality of Kissamos provides a lot of spots to visit as amazing beaches, small villages in the mountains, archaeological sites and gorges for walking.

Chania

The picturesque city of Chania is the second largest city of Crete. It has a special Venetian character with its old town with narrow streets and the Venetian Harbour with imposing lighthouse.The old town is the beating heart of the city and shows architecture of historical structures, built by various civilizations that lived in Chania over the centuries.
Chaniahas severalmuseums as the Archaeological museum and the Nautical Museum of Crete. Enjoy the old market hall with Cretan products, visit churches, art galleries, exhibitions and theatres.

Samaria Gorge

Samaria Gorge is the longest trekking gorge in Europe. The length of the gorge, which belongs to the European E4 path, reaches 18km and takes almost 4-7 hours to hike from Omalos to AgiaRoumeli depending on trekking speed.The gorge became a national park in 1962, particularly as a refuge for the rare kri-kri (Cretan wild goat), which is largely restricted to the park.
Walking through the gorge is an experience that visitors always enjoy. The flora is extensive ranging from high trees to flowers and herbs. After hiking through the gorge, you reach AgiaRoumeli, where you get some refreshments or eat something. From there, you leave by ferryboat to Sougia or ChoraSfakion.

Deliana Gorge

You can access the gorge from the village Deliana and walk uphill to its end in Mesaflia or in the opposite direction downhill.
The gorge has a length of 3 km, is easily accessible and you need 1 + 1 hour to go and return. The dense vegetation around its creek characterizes the gorge.Ideal time to traverse is spring, where the vegetation is at its peak and the creek has water.
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