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Ombros Gialos beach


Ombros Gialos (or Ombrosgialos) is about 26km east of Chania, near the village of Paleloni, in the region of Apokoronas.


Access By: Car/boat Beach Type: Rocks
Depth: Deep Temperature: Cool
Crowded: No Windy: Yes
Offroad: Yes Organised: No


Apart from a fish tavern, there are no facilities nearby.


You will find a small harbor with a dock from which you dive into the sea.

How to get to Ombros Gialos

Ombrosgialos is accessible only by rented cars and motorbikes or by private boat from the port of Georgioupolis.
If you drive from Chania, take the provincial road Kalives- Kefalas- Georgioupolis and when you reach the village of Paleloni you will see a left turn to a downhill asphalt road leading to the beach.

Photo by: Petergr

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