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Beaches, Crete

Crete’s beaches offer holidaymakers colourful skies and an alluring, Caribbean vibe, thanks to the swaying palm trees scattered around the island, vast crystal waters and cloudless, clear blue skies. Be sure to take a trip over to Anissaras Beach and stroll on the fine, white sands that stretch as far as 1 km in length.

Ammos Beach

Ammos actually means sand in Greek, and Ammos Beach is worth of its name, being one of the most popular beaches in all of Crete.

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Ammoudi beach

Ammoudi is handy for those who staying in Agios Nikolaos, being situated just 1km north of the city centre. The beach can be found in a large bay.

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Anissaras Beach

Anissaras Beach stretches for almost 1 kilometre and is predominantly sand, although there are some pebbly areas, too. There are plenty of sunbeds.

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Avlaki Beach

“Avlaki beach can be located along the rocky coastline of Sissi. This particular beach is rather small, but is very well maintained.

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Baja Beach Club

Beach lovers will be in heaven when the visit the Baja Beach Club. The immaculate beaches of the Baja Beach Club stretch for a full 150 metres.

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Elounda Beach

Famed for its cleanliness, Elounda beach is the perfect family day out. The beach has water sports and volleyball, but is also a great place to relax.

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Fodele Beach

Located beside the magnificent Fodele Beach Hotel, the namesake beach is a golden stretch of beautiful golden sand. Beach umbrellas line the shore.

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Ligaria Beach

Ligaria beach can be located 21 kilometres north west of Heraklion. The turquoise sea is usually very calm due to the bay being surrounded by rocks.

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Malia Beach

Malia beach is a favourite with those who enjoy water sports; parasailers are a common sight off the coast, enjoying aerial views of the ocean.

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Star beach

Located right by the sea in Hersonissos, Star Beach is a fantastic day out for all the family, with something to entertain both adults and children.

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