Dermatos is located 64km southeast of Heraklion and 4km east of Tsoutsouras. It stretches in a valley formed on the western banks of the river Anapodaris, the longest river in Crete. Traces of a Minoan settlement have been found in the area.
Dermatos is a peaceful beach with pebbles and sand, perfect for relaxation and staying remote. All around there is nothing except for some olive groves and tamarisk trees on the beach. The sea water is relatively shallow and has a wonderful blue colour. To access the beach, follow the paved road that starts from Tsoutsouras and heads westwards to Keratokambos. The road runs aside the beach.
Dermatos beach is located in the region of Chania, on the northwest coast of the island of Crete, Greece.
Yes, Dermatos beach is suitable for families with children as the water is shallow and calm, and there are no strong currents or waves.
No, there are no water sports activities available at Dermatos beach.
Yes, there are some trees and umbrellas available at Dermatos beach, providing shade for visitors.
No, there are no restaurants or cafes near Dermatos beach. Visitors are advised to bring their own food and drinks.
Yes, there is a small parking area near Dermatos beach, but it can get crowded during peak season.
No, there is no fee to enter Dermatos beach. It is a public beach.
The water colour of the beach is blue.
The beach has pebbles as its sand type.
The beach has a normal water depth.
The sea surface at the beach is usually calm.
The beach is usually quiet with fewer crowds.
There are no facilities available at the beach.
The beach can be accessed through a paved road.
Yes, there is tree shade available at the beach.
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