Falasarna awarded beaches are amongst the finest in Europe. The golden sands and crystal clear blue waters as well as the dazzling sunset make Falasarna attract every visitor on Crete.

Falasarna lies on the west part of Crete, 53 km from the city of Chania and is one of those places on everyone’s bucket list when in Crete.

Fine parties take place at many a summer night.


A place of special natural beauty with turquoise waters and white sand. It is located west of the prefecture of Chania at a distance of 75 km from the city and is a Natura protected area. Elafonissi is a small island that is separated from the mainland by a lagoon about 1 meter deep. The area is fantastic and is creating an endless playground for young and old.


Many consider Kedrodassos to be a heaven on earth, swarmed by centuries-old, low height trees on an amazing beach, west of Chania. The area is Natura protected and located at a distance of 76 km from the city of Chania. The beach is mostly rocky with large clearings of sand and renowned amongst nature campers.


A secret heaven for a few, savvy, mostly local spear fishers. A small bay with pale blue, crystal clear waters and wild rocky surroundings. A strip of sea invades the coast creating a dreamy beach every visitor should get to see. Seitan Limani lies 20 km northeast of the city of Chania.


Balos is an exotic beach-lagoon, dubbed one of the finest in the world. Often, many a magazine write of its white sands, the pale blue waters and the rare fauna and flora of the area. Balos is located northwest of Chania and is accessible via mini-cruise or by car, partially, and then on foot.