Sfakia, Crete, Greece, Vritomartis Naturist Resort
Sfakia, Crete, Greece: Vritomartis Naturist Holiday Resort

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Holidays in beautiful Sfakia, southwest Crete

the most southern part of Crete, Greece and Europe, away from mass tourism


Crete travel guide for Sfakia, southwest Crete

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This guide contains 370 topics about Sfakia and Crete for your holidays, vacation, hiking trips and travel planning

  • Including many photos of this beautiful and varied island, and Sfakia and Chora Sfakion at the southwest coast of Crete island in particular. We introduce all of Sfakia's highlights, from the rough mountains and impressive gorges (Samaria gorge and more) to the quiet and clean beaches, the honest Cretan food and wines in the restaurants, and the holiday accommodations in Chora Sfakion, and villages nearby. We offer plenty of practical advice on outdoor pursuits, including where to find the best mountain walks and most scenic panoramas and beaches, sites and museums. You will get a detailed look at Crete's hospitable people, rich history and culture, weather, climate, and wildlife and will find maps of Crete, and plans how to reach us by flight, ferry boat, yacht, bus, foot, taxi, or hire car.

This holiday guide with maps of Crete is about the region of Sfakia and the village of Chora Sfakion in the southwest of the island of Crete, and Crete in general. Sfakia is part of Chania province, and for Crete is quite unique as an area that is still untouched by mass tourism. It mainly consists of mountains up to 2453 metres high, fertile plains, and small villages along the coast and in the mountains in traditional Cretan style. Its small capital Chora Sfakion, also called Sfakia, has 400 inhabitants, and offers a small harbour where the ferries to other villages, and to Samaria gorge, dock. Most villagers live as shepherd, or fisherman, or they grow olives. Sfakia offers several family run small hotels and studios and sea front tavernas, and shops.

The Sfakia region has about 2,500 inhabitants, and is famous for its history of resistance against invaders, impressive nature, very hospitable people, splendid weather, quiet beaches with crystal clear sea water, good food and wine, and its marvellous opportunities to walk along the coast, hike in the mountains, and go through several of the gorges that cross the mountains. The famous Samaria gorge lies in Sfakia. The area is quiet, being without an ongoing coastal road. Transport here is by ferry boats. Sfakia, in the southwest of Crete, is Europe's southernmost point.

holiday accommodations in Sfakia, Crete: hotel, rooms, studios, apartments
Our selection of family run holiday accommodations
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WHAT'S NEW ABOUT SFAKIA and CRETE:
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XXL Panorama Chora Sfakion
Bettina's Photo Report from Sfakia
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Photos Around Sfakia April 2013 Wiltrud
Yoga in Chora Sfakion Eugenia
hand All web sites of Chora Sfakion village
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hand Walks and hikes in Sfakia: an overview
Photos Southwest Coast Mountains Michael
GPS Maps of Crete and Greece
Greek and Cretan Easter and Christmas Customs
4 Large Maps of Crete - road map Crete
The Olive Tree and Olive Oil Fishing Cruises in Chora Sfakion
Chora Sfakion Diary Bettina Sfakia Once Upon a Time JJ
Large photo Samaria gorge
3D Views of the White Mountains Steve
New Books about Sfakia, Crete
Panorama Photos Patrick
Submit your own Cretan Holiday Pictures
History of Crete
Wolfgang Kistler's Sfakia Picture Gallery
How the Cretan Gorges were formed Walk to Mount Gingilos 2007 Herre
Maps of Crete and the region of Sfakia Pictures of Frangokastello
Pachnes Summit Panorama Map Steve Paleochora Photos Fabrice
Greek Name Days Listing: Calendar and Alphabetical Sfakia and Crete Picture Galleries > 4500 photos
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Interactive Satellite Map of Crete Herbs and spices of Crete
3D Satellite Images of Crete Over 1700 links to Cretan web sites
Winds of Crete Raki - Tsikoudia : The Cretan Spirit
Sfakian Dialect Peter Sfakia People and the Dorians
Social and cultural comparison
of Greece and other European countries
Map of the village of Chora Sfakion / Khóra Sfakíon
City maps of Chania - Rethymno - Heraklion
Tavli - Greece's National Game Pictures of Samaria Gorge and Imbros Gorge


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Sea, sun, southwest Crete
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Mountains, sea, sun, sea, hiking paths
Ferries along the mountains of southwest coast of Crete
Quiet natural beaches Mediterranean coast
Traditions and hospitality
Dances and music of Crete, Sfakia

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