Tzermiado Sightseeing

Here is our section with things to see and do in Tzermiado Lassithi. Discover 5 interesting sightseeing in Tzermiado, with detailed description, exact location on Google map, photos and reviews from visitors. You can also view more sightseeing in other locations of Lassithi.


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Best Churches

Location: Tzermiado
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The Monastery of Panagia Kroustalenia is found close to Tzermiado village, Lassithi Plateau. It was originally built in the 13th century and its monks contributed a lot to the Cretan Revolution.


Monastery of Vidiani
Location: Tzermiado
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The Holy Monastery of Vidiani is located at the north west entrance of Lassithi Plateau. It was constructed in the 19th century and hosts a department of the Museum of Natural History of Crete.


Best Sightseeing

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This is a lush green plain of wild beauty. Many picturesque villages and windmills dot this plateau. The capital village is Tzermiado.


The cave of Trapeza is located 1 km from Tzermiado, in Lassithi Plateau. Archaeologists have found exhibits from the pre-Minoan era in this cave, a sign that it was used for cult and residence.


The spectacular vision of white windmills on the Lassithi plateau on Crete Island is one of a kind. The windmills are located to the northern entrance of the plateau and they use ground water to irrigate the crops.


Google map of Tzermiado excursions

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