The name Seitan harbour means Devil’s harbour in Turkish. Here are situated three parallel narrow coves, well protected from the waves. In the northern cove a tiny, fantastic beach is shaped, with deep azure waters. The beach has fine pebbles and sand, transferred there from the nearby quarry through the canyon Diplohahalo.
On both right and left side of the cove, huge marble rocks are standing high to protect the beach from windy weather.
Visitors will also see the small church of Saint Spiridonas hidden inside the rocks and filled with stalagmite.
Duration: Driving 35 minutes + 35 minutes for the return and free time (let our driver know at what time you would like to be picked up for your return).
- The above prices do NOT include admission fees, wherever those apply.
- For most of these destinations we can arrange your lunch break for you and suggest a traditional “taverna” nearby, in order to experience the traditional Cretan cuisine (please contact us for pricing details).