NEWSLETTER SUBSCRIPTION

CYCLADIA CLUB LOGIN





Treis Ekklisies Beach
Treis Ekklisies Beach
   
Close map X

Legend

Hotels
Eat & Drink
Swim
Port
Airport
Treis Ekklisies Beach


A settlement between the gorge and the sea
Treis ekklisies, meaning three churches in Greek, is a settlement by the sea, 63km south of Heraklion. Three Byzantine churches, Metamorphosisis, Agios Antonios and Evangelismos have given the name to the village. The region is generally quite isolated but boasts very beautiful beaches. Behind the settlement exits the Amba gorge and right in front of it there is a sandy beach with deep waters. There are also rooms, cafes and taverns. In the west side of the village, behind a hill, there is a carob grove and an isolated sandy beach called Pahia Ammos.




Island: Heraklion
Location: Heraklion
View on map  
Type

Secluded & tranquil

Best for
  • Calm beach
  • Adventure lovers
  • Crystal, deep waters     

You may also like
Through the gorge or by boat VIEW DETAILS



See near this beach
Heraklion
VIEW TRAVEL GUIDE FOR HERAKLION View more ›
Deals
VIEW DEALS FOR HERAKLION View more ›
Experience
SEE EXPERIENCES FOR HERAKLION View more ›
Hotels
SEE HOTELS NEAR THIS BEACH View more ›
Restaurants
SEE RESTAURANTS NEAR THIS BEACH View more ›
BECOME A MEMBER AND ENJOY SPECIAL OFFERS AND DISCOUNTS
Sign in Sign up


Forgot your password?
All Greek islands are equally spectacular, with stunningly beautiful beache...
Read more