Filaki beach (meaning “Prison”) is located 3 km from the village of Sfakion on the south coast of Crete. It is a pebble beach with rock formations. It is the only official nudist beach on the island. Thanks to the only nudist hotel in Crete in the immediate vicinity, you will meet many like-minded people. The beach is not wild– Filaki has a well-developed infrastructure: it has a parking lot, water closets, bars, sling chairs, and umbrellas. A more friendly nudist beach cannot be found in Crete.
Filaki beach is located on the southern coast of Crete, near the village of Loutro.
Yes, Filaki beach is suitable for swimming. However, visitors should be aware of the strong currents and waves that can occur in the area.
No, there is no lifeguard on duty at Filaki beach. Visitors should exercise caution when swimming and be aware of the potential dangers.
There are no restaurants or cafes near Filaki beach. Visitors should bring their own food and drinks or plan to eat in the nearby village of Loutro.
No, Filaki beach is not accessible by car. Visitors must either hike or take a boat to reach the beach.
The best time of year to visit Filaki beach is during the summer months when the weather is warm and the water is calm. However, visitors should be prepared for crowds during this time.
The water colour of the beach is deep blue.
The beach has pebbles as its sand type.
The water at the beach is deep.
The surface of the sea at the beach is usually calm.
The beach crowds are quiet.
The beach offers accommodation options, food/water nearby, and umbrellas/beds.
The beach access is through a dirt track.
Yes, the beach is ideal for snorkeling/spearfishing.
No, there is no other information available about the beach.
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