Alki Villas Falasarna


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Falassarna is a Greek harbor town at the west end of Crete that flourished during the Hellenistic period. Nowadays Falassarna beach is the reason that people visit Falassarna bay.

The exotic beach of Falassarna is located 58km west of Chania city and 13km west of Kissamos. Falassarna beach is one of the most famous beaches in Greece, which has been awarded as the best beach of Crete in the past.

The main goal of the surf lessons is to bring people of all ages closer to the element of the Falassarna water’s and have fun while doing it.Throughout the historic timeline of the Crete island there has been one thing that was always there. The endless coastline full of stunning bays and uncharted surfing potential ready for you to explore!
Nothing better from a dive in clear cold water, after a wonderful flight! Knowledges are not nesseccery fro that sport. The paragliding instructor gives a small briefing before take off and that’s all. You take a few steps and we’ll both be up on the air! You will feel the Falassarna air on your face, and you will see the world below.
Live a inique experience on the peninsula of Gramvousa. First long stopover will be at balos lagoon where you can enjoy the beauty of its blue green water. Continuing to the historic island of Gramvousa for a quick swim or visti the Venetian castle. The castle was build during the periode of 1579 -1584 AD and has been used priodically be Venetians & Ottoman occupiers, Greek rebels and even local pirates.
This trip is great if you want to see quite a bit of Crete as well as the famous Elafonissi beach, which is located on the far south west tip of Crete. A trip to this famous lagoon with its crystal clear water and pink coral sands is unforgettable. Stop at the Monastery of Chrysoskalitissa where views are magnificent and the white washed walls with blue window trim is the sort of thing you see on Santorini. The myth of the monastery is that if you are without sin, then you will be able to see one of the 90 steps leading up to the monastery turn to gold, hence the name Chryssoskalitissa- golden step.

The Samaria gorge is in southwest Crete in the regional unit of Chania. Some say that the gorge is 18km long, this distance refers to the distance between the settlement of Omalos on the northern side of the plateau and the village of Agia Roumeli. In fact, the gorge is 16 km long, starting at an altitude of 1.250m at the northern entrance, and ending at the shores of the Libyan Sea in Agia Roumeli. The gorge became a national park in 1962 particularly as a refuge for the rare Kri-Kri (Cretan goat), which is largely restricted to the park and an island just off the shore of Agia Marina. Information provided by the Chania Forest Protection Service. Visits to the National park are allowed from May the 1rst until the October the 15th. Park visiting hours are 07am to 15pm daily. From 15:00 to sunset, visitors are allowed to walk a distance of only 2 km within the park, either from Xyloskalo or from Agia Roumeli. Within the park it is strictly prohibited to camp, stay overnight, light fires, or swim in the streams of the gorge.

The bicycle is the best way to explore the land like a real mine of artistic treasures and historical sites. It’s a cradle of culture, tastes and traditions, where landscapes not recur never and where each stop gives you a magic moments, where you can savor every moment of your day for a very special .


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