KREMASTI, a little further along the coast road, is hardly a resort but a busy run-of-the-mill village with rooms, apartments and a few package hotels. Still expanding, it has a wide pebble beach with the usual sun-loungers, parasols and watersports. The beach is steeply banked pebble and stone, making it most unsuitable for children. Kremasti is right a the end of the runway with flights every 12 minutes or so, day and night. It gets frenetic on Wednesdays and Saturdays, the main transfer days for package tours. The tree-lined village square is dominated by a striking church and lined with shops. The village is famous for its Panayieri, or Festival of the Virgin Mary, on August 15. There is a giant street market, fiesta and funfair. And the Panhellenic Craft Fair is held here from August 14-22. The nearby inland village of PASTIDA is worth a visit, an oasis of calm among citrus and olive groves with a smattering of small shops and tavernas.