Heraklion Partly Organized beaches

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Location: 70 km south west of Heraklion Town
Description: Tymbaki is a calm and relaxing beach on the south western side of Heraklion Crete, close to the famous resort of Matala.

Type: Pebbled, Family Friendly, Partly Organized

Location: 10 km east of Heraklion Town
Description: Tobrouk is located on the northern side of Crete and very close to popular tourist resorts. Its large beach and the watersports facilities make this beach crowded in summer.

Type: Sandy, Partly Organized

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Location: 67 km south west of Heraklion Town
Description: Kalamaki is a fully organized beach close to the popular resorts of Matala. It has clean water and a long, sandy coast.

Type: Sandy, Family Friendly, Partly Organized

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Location: 70 km south of Heraklion Town
Description: A secluded resort on the southern side of Crete, Keratokambos is a great choice for family and quiet vacations.

Type: Sandy, Partly Organized, Secluded

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Location: 67 km south west of Heraklion Town
Description: Komos is a large, secluded beach close to the busy resort of Matala. Although the surrounding area gets busy in summer, Komos usually doesn't get crowded.

Type: Sandy, Partly Organized

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Leaving Lentas, a tiny roadside chapel's white stucco facade and warm terracotta roof is a striking contrast to the monstrous, stony mountain behind it. The blue fluidity of the sea softens the rough and rocky landscape.
Under the canopy of a palm tree, creamy white umbrellas and sun beds are perched seaside, making these front row seats to the sea, undeniably dreamy.
Umbrellas in hues of azure blue and tangerine tones dot the sandy shores of Hersonnisos, Crete. The stone wall perfectly complements both the pretty parasols and the grainy earth.
While visiting the village of Fodele,( El Greco's birthplace), this striking contrast of colours caught my eye. So magically Mediterranean!
This 'window box' of gnarly, pink geraniums caught my eye while exploring the old houses built on a hill in the village of Fodele.