Lassithi Pebbled beaches

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Location: 1 km north of Agios Nikolaos
Description: Havania is a sandy, organized beach in a walking distance from the centre of Agios Nikolaos.

Type: Pebbled, Family Friendly, Organised

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Location: 106 km east of Agios Nikolaos
Description: Zakros is a large, secluded beach on the easternmost point of Lassithi. It is close to the Minoan site of Zakros.

Type: Pebbled, Non Organised, Secluded

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Location: 20 km south east of Agios Nikolaos
Description: This is a beautiful beach south of Agios Nikolaos, in the edge of Mirabello Gulf.

Type: Pebbled, Non Organised

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Location: In a walking distance from the centre of Agios Nikolaos
Description: This is a small and pebbled beach close to the town centre of Agios Nikolaos. It is organized and a few hotels surround it.

Type: Pebbled, Organised, Diving Club, Harbor

Location: 90 km east of Agios Nikolaos
Description: A secluded beach on the eastern side of Lassithi, Maridatis is not that frequented with tourists. It is located between the resorts of Vai and Palekastro.

Type: Pebbled, Non Organised, Secluded

Location: 60 km east of Agios Nikolaos
Description: Located close to Sitia, Papadiokampos is a remote beach with clean water and pebbles on the shore.

Type: Pebbled, Non Organised, Secluded

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Location: 26 km east of Agios Nikolaos
Description: Located on the way to Sitia, Tholos is a large bay affected by strong winds in summer.

Type: Pebbled, Non Organised, Secluded



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