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Excursion to Spinalonga
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Category: Lassithi Elounda Beach

Elounda is a nice beach, just like all the other beaches of Crete. It has many coffees around and great taverns with low prices. In fact, I believe the cheapest taverns in Crete are in Elounda. We ate in three taverns there and paid no more than 40 euros, 5 people. From Elounda, take the boat and go to Spinalonga. Nice daily excursion. Spinalonga was a castle and a place for the lepers until some decades ago.

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Category: Lassithi Havania

It is very close to Agios Nikolaos and very organized. Relaxing sea and nice sand. A couple of taverns by the sea, as usual on all Greek islands. Gets crowded in the afternoon but calms down in the evening.

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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.
Seaside dining, is in itself, very appetizing, but so are the views from Plaka. In the distance, the island of Spinalonga, the Venetian fortress that subsequently became a leper colony in 1903.
Fishing boats, anchored and awaiting new passengers for the 5 minute boat ride to Spinalonga, Plaka, Crete
Freshly caught octopus, a Cretan specialty, is offered by most seaside taverns, like this one in the fishing village of Plaka.