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Paleochora

Archaeological sites around Paleochora

The wider area of Paleochora serves as a base from which you can visit archeological sites, references to Read more

 
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Paleochora-Lissos-Sougia E4 path

The walk from Paleochora to Sougia is part of the European hiking route E4. The E4 path is Read more

 
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From Azogyres to Anidri

The paradise village of Azogyres is definitely worth visiting while staying in Paleochora. In order to get to Read more

 
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Museum for the Akritans of Europe

The Museum for the Akritans of Europe was created by the Hellenic Research Folklore Centre under the European Read more

 
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Byzantine churches in Paleochora

The wider area of Paleochora is exquisitely rich in medieval and Byzantine monuments. You can easily visit many Read more

 
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Sea activities in Paleochora

Boat ride, swimming and fishing around Paleochora Do you enjoy sunny Paleochora and its beaches? If yes, you Read more

 
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How to get to Paleochora

Paleochora is situated 75 km south of the city of Chania. If you have arrived the island, you Read more

 
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A brief history of Paleochora

The peninsula on which the town of Paleochora now stands used to lay under water when a major Read more

 
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About Paleochora

Paleochora is a small town on the south-west coast of Crete with a population of about 2,000 people. Read more

 
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Crete is the largest island in Greece, and the fifth largest one in the Mediterranean Sea. With an exquisite 1,000 kilometer-long coastline, Crete boasts about 400 beaches most of which have earned a Blue Flag. The innumerable beaches combined with impressive mountains, steep gorges and fertile plains make Crete the island with the most diverse landscape in Greece.

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