Lassithi Tourism

Lassithi tourism

Lassithi is a great region with lovely green areas, gorgeous beaches and traditional settlements which attract every visitor for ideal summer holidays. Tourism in Lassithi can be very cosmopolitan or very off the beaten track. The cosmopolitan side of Lassithi tourism is experienced in beach resorts like Elounda. In general, this is one of the best options if you need relaxation and comfortable facilities during your Crete vacation.

There is no tourist office in Lassithi, so visitors are advised to read a travel guide or websites in order to gather information for the island. There is tourist police station in Agios Nikolaos and tourists are offered immediate assistance.

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One of my favourite coastlines, the spectacularly stony and stunning Plaka, pure paradise!
A dilapidated cafe, Plaka, Crete
In the early morning hours, when many of us are cursing - oops! - I mean, hitting -  the snooze button for a few more precious minutes of sleep, before facing tedious traffic on the ride to work, this fisherman in Agios Nikolaos, Crete, has just finished his shift, and quietly docks his boat next to the only other vessel on the shore, until his next traffic-free trip out to sea.
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