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TYPE: Pebble beach
Location: Chania, Sfakia
 
 
TYPE: Secluded & tranquil
Location: Chania, Sfakia
 
 
TYPE: Nudism friendly
Location: Chania, Sfakia
 
 
TYPE: Secluded & tranquil
Location: Chania, Sfakia
 
 
TYPE: Secluded & tranquil
Location: Chania, Sfakia
 
 
TYPE: Secluded & tranquil
Location: Chania, Agios Pavlos
 
 
TYPE: Secluded & tranquil
Location: Chania, Sougia
 
 
TYPE: Non-organised beach
Location: Chania, Paleochora
 
 

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Swim in Chania

Chania Beach Guide

Cycladia’s Chania beach guide proudly consists of an outnumbered list with the best beaches in Chania, not only the ones near Chania Town, like Agia Marina beach or Platanias beach, but also family friendly organized beaches, like Elafonisi beach or Falassarna beach, or small secluded coves for tranquility and nature loving on the north side of the of the prefecture. The visitor can also find rich photo material and maps of most Chania beaches for easy access to enjoy his dash to this splendid land.

Chania is located on the western coast of Crete Island and thus most of its perimeter is full of beaches: large coasts or small gulfs, organized or unspoilt coves, family friendly or secluded havens.

The best beaches in Chania, Crete

Cycladia loves Crete and Chania, so its guide for the best beaches in Chania cannot but just be more than complete featuring also a detailed map of Chania beaches!

From busy beaches like Agia Marina beach, Platanias beach and Falassarna beach our guide includes also beaches considered to be protected areas due to their natural beauty and unique landscape like Balos beach or Elafonisi beach.

Chania boasts any kind of beach to fit all tastes and needs not only near its centre but we could surely claim that the southern beaches are maybe among the best in the entire island since they are completely unspoilt, rarely crowded and offer the visitor literal “mind distraction” from its everyday routine.