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Prefecture: Chania
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Domata 2841 hits
If you take the ferry from Agia Roumeli to Sougia and Paleochora you will see some 10 minutes after leaving Agia Roumeli village, a whitish "wall" at the coast, with a beautiful and in most cases empty beach and a small gorge leading up into the mountains. This beach is called Domata and the gorge behind it is the Klados gorge 

 

The last part also of the gorge and the coast area are called Domata. The most beautiful and cleanest coast in Crete is situated there, with a sea of wonderful colours, covered by a very thin and shiny boil, and the pine trees of the gorge reaching out to the coast.

The route from Sougia to Agia Roumeli is reasonably well waymarked with E4 signs and cairns, but is a difficult 1 or 2-day walk (total 12 hours), and water can be a problem. March and April is maybe the best season and not too hot, and there is water at the bottom of Tripiti Gorge. Stay overnight on Domata beach, then early next morning move over to Agia Roumeli (about 4hrs - difficult walk)

Sougia - Tripiti Gorge-beach 4,5 hours

Tripiti - Domata beach 3 hours

Domata beach - Agia Roumeli village 4,5 hours
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Agios Antonios 2818 hits
The Beach of St. Anthony (Agios Antonios) is located in a tranquil bay, 2.5km east of Sougia Village, in south west Crete (South coast), Chania Prefecture. 

 

Access is by boat or hiking path E4 from Sougia to Agia Roumeli. The surrounding area is very beautiful and relaxing. There you will find only the sun, trees, sea and tranquility.Next to the beach and among the pines is the chapel of St. Anthony, from where it gets its name.
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Tripiti 2754 hits
This gorge is one of the biggest and most difficult of access in Chania, which requires a guide to be crossed, and at least one and a half days available. The first afternoon you can climb up (via the plateau of Omalos at an altitude of 1200 m) the mountain of Grigkilos, a very precipitous mountain with alpine configuration.

You pass under a natural arch at an altitude of 1400 m from the frozen water source of Linoseli. In order to approach the summit, where you spend the night outdoors or in the ruined sheepfold of Tzatzimou, you need to walk for 2,30 hours at an altitude of 2080 m.

 

The myth says that it is on this summit that Cretagenous Jupiter had his throne, and westwards, on the nearby more regular peaks, he had his harness racing. At the source of Linoseli there was a famous ancient oracle as well.

From Gigilos up to the coast (Tripiti beach), you have to walk for about six hours. If there is no boat waiting for you there, you will walk for another three hours to west (right- and upward from the old village), before reaching the very beautiful littoral coastal village of Sougia in Selino (70 km distant from Chania).

There is a wide diversity of fauna and flora species in the gorge, which is the dwelling place of the Cretan Chamois as well.You will find a cistern, a goat sheepfold and the chapel of Saint Nicholas there also.
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Tripiti 2714 hits
Tripiti beach is a very small beach between Domata beach to east and Sougia Village to west and is the end point from the famous Tripiti Gorge who starts in Omalos Plateau. If you go by boat you may land in Tripiti in one of two places: if the sea is very still the boat will land you right at the entrance of the Tripiti Gorge where the beach is.

 

If there are any waves, even small ones the boat will have to land a little further east (see the map below). In this case make your way along the coast to the beach. You have to clamber a little on rocks but will see some markings that you can follow. It takes about 10 minutes to the entrance of the gorge and to the beach of Tripiti. You will see in the gorge and close to the coast two houses, a small chapel and next to it a cistern.

It is a beautiful coastal walk leading from Sougia to the steep hill that you can see to the East of Sougia and to Tripiti area. The walk is on a fairly good path with plenty of shade but it is quite long (4 hours) so going there and back in one day can be very tiring. An easier option is to find someone in Sougia who can take you by boat to Tripiti and return on foot to Sougia. Ask in the village the day before you plan to go to see if you can arrange this.

The route from Sougia to Agia Roumeli is reasonably well waymarked with E4 signs and cairns, but is a difficult 1 or 2-day walk (total 12 hours), and water can be a problem. March and April is maybe the best season and not too hot, and there is water at the bottom of Tripiti Gorge.

Sougia - Tripiti Gorge-beach 4,5 hours

Tripiti - Domata beach 3 hours

Domata beach - Agia Roumeli village 4,5 hours