Crete’s Westernmost Coast, Chania | 11 Aug 2014
35.363227° N | 23.535701° E
Crete’s westernmost coast is one of most beautiful and the by far the most untouched of the whole island. All the way from the famous Balos and Falásarna beaches to the fishing village of Sfinari onwards to Livadia and down to beautiful Elafoníssi where the Caribbean meets Crete, the west coast has managed to remain intact. A natural mosaic composed of mountains, scattered coves and unexploited villages of unrivalled beauty.
Far from the crowds and large resorts, the far west of the island gives you the opportunity to discover a more authentic Crete, its traditional culture and experience the most magical sunsets. Myriad of colours explode on the sky as the sun unobstructedly dives into the sea.