Lassithi shopping

Lassithi shopping

There are many centers for shopping in Lassithi. The main shopping town is Agios Nikolaos, which is actually the capital of the prefecture. Other shopping towns with clothes, shoes, accessories, jewelry, super markets and other stores are Elounda, Sitia and Ierapetra, the main towns in the region. This is where you can find the largest variety with shops in Lassithi.

In smaller villages and beach resorts, Lassithi shopping is restricted to few stores and mini-markets that can cover the main needs of tourists. Here are some shops in Lassithi. Each shop is presented with detailed text, photos and point on Google map. All request forms go directly to the shop manager.

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Type: Jewelry

Location: Elounda

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