Vai Beach Toplou Monastery Route4

Vai Beach

Vai Beach Toplou Monastery Route4

Today we are going to the easternmost point of Crete

Mochlos village

Charming fishing village located on the eastern coast of Mirabello bay. Mocholos is characterized as a landscape of exquisite, natural beauty. It is important archaeological point where important finds were discovered


Despite the tourism development, Sitia remaints to be a pleasant town that retains its peace and tranquility. This is where you can immerse yourself in quiet Greek life.Town is built in an amphitheater has beautiful landscape, harbor and mountain views, and picturesque bays.

Toplou Monastery

One of the most important monasteries in Crete, which impresses with its beauty and size. The monastery with its imposing belfy which is 33 meters high and surrounded by a 10 meter high wall, stands in harsh, almost desert landscape. Most famous and unique icon is “Great Art Thou, O Lord“ by Ioannis Kornaros

Vai Beach

Unusual and beautiful place in Mediterranean is the biggest wild-growing palm forest in Europe. According to the mythology, forest was planted by Phoenicians who established their residence in Itanos. Fluffy palm trees and sandy beaches make Vai one of the most attractive sights in Crete

Kalo Chorio

Peaceful village of Istron is located in the herb filled hillsides, between olive and orange groves. White sandy beaches and crystal blue waters of Istro, regularly awarded with a Blue Flag. Up till now in Istro, archeological diggings find something new, important and valuable. Istro is a perfect place for a little rest in the road; have refreshing swim in the clear waters of Mediterranean sea and flavorous meal in tavern Zygos

Saint Nikolaos (Agios Nikolaos)

Amazing Cretan town, situated on the coast of the bottomless lake in which, accordingly to the mythology, the goddesses Athena and Artemis Britomartys refreshed themselves. The history of human presence begins with the Minoan harbor installations just north of the modern harbor. Many stunning medieval attractions where found and kept here


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