Heraklion Diving Club beaches

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Location: 24 km north west of Heraklion Town
Description: Agia Pelagia is a lovely fishing village that turns into a tourist resort in summer. Its calm ambience and the beautiful beaches make it a nice family place.

Type: Sandy, Family Friendly, Organised, Diving Club

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Location: 23 km north west of Heraklion Town
Description: Lygaria is another beautiful beach close to the tourist resort of Agia Pelagia. It is actually a secluded cove nice for relaxation.

Type: Sandy, Family Friendly, Organised, Diving Club

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Location: 5 km west of Heraklion Town
Description: Ammoudara is a very long, sandy beach with clean water. The organized coast and the close distance from Heraklion Town makes it very popular.

Type: Sandy, Family Friendly, Organised, Diving Club, Windsurfing, Water sports

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Location: 28 km east of Heraklion Town
Description: The beaches around Hersonissos are among the most popular in Heraklion Crete. It is well organized and has many watersports centres.

Type: Sandy, Family Friendly, Organised, Party, Diving Club, Water sports

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Location: 16 km east of Heraklion Town
Description: Kato Gouves is a popular tourist resort between Heraklion and Hersonissos. It is much developed with hotels, watersports centres and organized beaches.

Type: Sandy, Family Friendly, Organised, Diving Club, Water sports



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