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Prefecture: Lassithi
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Kalo Nero is a small coastal settlement between Makrigialos and Kapsa Monastery. By taking the road from Lagada Beach to Goudouras , you will reach Kalo Nero beach and several other small coves and beaches which are often deserted and there are no facilities on the beaches. 



The beaches are located in one of the most rugged areas of eastern Crete. Kalo Nero is a small village at the outlet of a small, but inaccessible, rocky canyon. You will see the church of Panagia, an old chapel built at 1865, around which the inhabitants of the mountainous village Pervolakia built buildings to stay, when they brought their cattle to graze here.

The church was built on the remains of an older chapel, owned by Kapsa Monastery, which was built in 1461. There are several springs with fresh water, hence the name Kalo Nero (i.e. Good Water), which is very strange for such an arid region. Here, you will find three remote and small beaches that are ideal for swimming away from the crowds.

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Kalo Nero is a small coastal settlement between Makrigialos and Kapsa Monastery. By taking the road from Lagada Beach to Goudouras , you will reach Kalo Nero beach and several other small coves and beaches which are often deserted and there are no facilities on the beaches. 



The beaches are located in one of the most rugged areas of eastern Crete. Kalo Nero is a small village at the outlet of a small, but inaccessible, rocky canyon. You will see the church of Panagia, an old chapel built at 1865, around which the inhabitants of the mountainous village Pervolakia built buildings to stay, when they brought their cattle to graze here.

The church was built on the remains of an older chapel, owned by Kapsa Monastery, which was built in 1461. There are several springs with fresh water, hence the name Kalo Nero (i.e. Good Water), which is very strange for such an arid region. Here, you will find three remote and small beaches that are ideal for swimming away from the crowds.
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Kalo Nero is a small coastal settlement between Makrigialos and Kapsa Monastery. By taking the road from Lagada Beach to Goudouras , you will reach Kalo Nero beach and several other small coves and beaches which are often deserted and there are no facilities on the beaches. 



The beaches are located in one of the most rugged areas of eastern Crete. Kalo Nero is a small village at the outlet of a small, but inaccessible, rocky canyon. You will see the church of Panagia, an old chapel built at 1865, around which the inhabitants of the mountainous village Pervolakia built buildings to stay, when they brought their cattle to graze here.

The church was built on the remains of an older chapel, owned by Kapsa Monastery, which was built in 1461. There are several springs with fresh water, hence the name Kalo Nero (i.e. Good Water), which is very strange for such an arid region. Here, you will find three remote and small beaches that are ideal for swimming away from the crowds.