Hora – Sfakion – Marmara beach – Loutro.
This trip provides a unique opportunity to see the unspoiled wilderness of the southern coast of Crete, visit
unusual places and enjoy the fantastic, mesmerizing landscapes.
From the small village of Hora Sfakion, located in the south of Crete, we will take a small boat to the bay of
Marmara, a small pebbly beach with clear turquoise water. The beach is equipped with umbrellas and
sunbeds, so you will have 1,5 hours for swimming and having a rest. There are several caves in the
surrounding area that you can explore on your own.
The next stop will be in the village of Loutro. It’s a small fishing village in southern Crete. It gets its name
from the natural baths found there (Loutro means “both” in Greek). The waters here are mythical!
It's a quiet and peaceful place without crowds of people or cars. You will have 2,5 hours to enjoy the sea,
the sun and the freedom of solitude, and to have lunch in one of the local taverns.
There are also beautiful buildings, like the Government House used by the first government in 1821 (during
the Greek revolution) and the Byzantine church of Archangel Michaelis.
Additional costs: Boat icket 20€.