Loutro Sfakion


Loutro Sfakion. At this village there aren’t large hotels with pools, there aren’t any packed roads (there are no roads available) there are no crowded tavern’s or beaches; there are no cars in sight! This is a small fishermen’s village south west of Crete, that hasn’t been spoiled from mass tourism. Discover the beautiful beaches Gluka Nera, Timios Stavros, Pervolaki, Marmara (also nudists beaches). You arrive there either by boat or by foot. Enjoy the sun, the clean waters and the calmness.

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