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Λισσός
Λισσός 2785 hits
Lissos ("Λισσός" in Greek) is an ancient city in south-west Crete, in Agios Kirikos area, near the small village of Sougia, 70 km south of Chania.Lissos and Syia was the harbours of the city of Elyros, the most important ancient city of the area, located near the village Rodovani.

 

It was established in the Classical period and flourished until the Late Antiquity. Its name was made certain by inscriptions. The early history of the city is unknown. Based on inscriptions and coins of the 3rd century BC, we know the city allied with King of Carthage Maga, and joined the League of Oreians. The koinon of the Oreians was consisted of the cities Lissos, Syia, Poikilassos, Tarra, Yrtakina and Elyros. Lissos had powerful trading and fishing navy.There were discovered ruins of theatre, aqueduct, cemetery, and baths of the ancient times, and Palaiochristian basilicas. In the area, there were also found many votive objects, which are now exhibited at the Archaeological Museums of Heraklion and Chania. In no other city of Crete, apart from Gortys, there were found so many pieces of sculpture. This fact testifies the prosperity and the power of the Asclepieion of Lissos. Lissos has its own coins with the images of Artemis and dolphin and the word LISION (of the Lisians). Lissos and Yrtakina were allies and they had trading intercourse with common currency. Their coins had dolphin or flying dove on the one side, and eight-ray star with the word L/I/S/I/O/N (of the Lisians) on the other.In 1957-58 the city was excavated by N. Platon.Beside the Asklepieion and the Roman necropolis there are also two Greek Orthodox churches: Agios Kyrikos has some nice frescoes and the chapel of Panagia is build with ancient marble blocks.The small beach is a coarse pebble beach. Nobody lives in Lissos nowadays. You can reach it from Sougia by boat or by foot (90 minutes walk).

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Λισσός 2756 hits
The Gorge of Lissos in Sougia is a small but beautiful gorge which starts at the Sougia harbour, south coast, Chania prefecture. The distance from Chania city is 67km.
The walk through the Lissos gorge is easy and takes less than two hours. At the end of the harbour is the entrance to the gorge. A small rock blocks the road but it is easy to overcome this small obstacle after which you continue on the way towards Lissos. Alongside the path you will find a pine-tree forest, which gives a welcome shade in the summertime. After half an hour you pass a very impressive rock.

After some 45 minutes, the path goes uphill and the walk becomes a bit more difficult. Then you end up in a pine-tree forest that ends at a plateau, from which you have a beautiful view over Lissos bay. Subsequently, you can go downhill again and visit the slightly remote temple, the archaeological site and at the end the Lissos beach. Unfortunately, from here there is no other way back to Sougia, except to walk back the same route in reverse order.

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Σούγια 2712 hits
When you talk about Sougia you talk about 4 place. Moni, Livada, Kaustrogerako and Sougia.