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Aspri Limni beach


Aspri Limni beach (i.e. white pond) is located 70km south west of Chania town and about 500m west of the Chryssoskalitissa Monastery.
Many scattered rocks circle the beach, making it resemble a lake.


Access By: Car Beach Type: Sand
Depth: Shallow Temperature: Normal
Organised: No Natural Shade: No


The beach is completely unorganised.


Aspri Limni is a protected area under the Natura 2000 Programme and hosts the Cretan palm tree, phoenix theofrasti.
Due to its difficult accessibility through a dirt track and the small distance (5km) from Elafonissi, the beach remains pretty much unknown.

How to get to Aspri Limni

Aspri Limni beach is accessible by private and rented cars or motorbikes until the village of Chryssoskalitissa where you will find signs leading to the Cretan Date Palm habitat.

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