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Chalikia beach


Another ideal beach for those who prefer to walk, Chalikia or Halikia (i.e. pebbles) is on the east side of Paleochora with many restaurants and cafes a stone’s throw away.


Access By: Car/bus/foot Beach Type: Pebbles
Depth: Normal Temperature: Normal
Organised: Yes Natural Shade: No
Crowded: Normal Windy: Yes
Family-friendly: Yes Blue Flag: Yes


Umbrellas and sunbeds, showers, cafe, snack, restaurants, fish taverns, accommodation.


Chalikia beach is just a 2 minute walk from the centre of Paleochora.

How to get to Chalikia

Paleochora is easily accessible from Chania with frequent public buses or private cars and motorbikes.
If you choose to drive from Chania, follow the new National road (E75) towards Kissamos to the west.
After about 20km, take the exit to Paleochora.
The route is well signposted.

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