Votsala or Halikia beaches are situated just beyond the western limit of Paleochora harbour, about 79km to the south of Chania city, adjacent to the Kakodiakianos River’s outlet and stretch approximately 1km eastward. Halikia and Pahia Ammos are the primary beaches in the town of Paleohora. Halikia, with its round pebbles, is well maintained and is primarily favored by Greeks over the sandy Pahia Ammos beach. This beach is a popular choice for those who wish to stay near the town and enjoy easy access to all facilities.
Following the Azogirianos River’s exit, the subsequent beach named Keratides beach is formed. This beach is conveniently located next to the Paleochora camping site.
Halikia beach is located just beyond the western limit of Paleochora harbour, about 79km to the south of Chania city.
Yes, Halikia beach is suitable for swimming.
No, there are no water sports activities available at Halikia beach.
It depends on the local regulations. Please check with the local authorities before bringing your pet to Halikia beach.
It depends on the season. During peak season, there may be a lifeguard on duty. However, it is always recommended to swim at your own risk.
The best time to visit Halikia beach is during the summer months when the weather is warm and sunny.
Yes, there are several restaurants and cafes near Halikia beach where you can enjoy a meal or a drink.
Yes, there is a parking area near Halikia beach where you can park your car. However, it may get crowded during peak season.
The water colour of the Halikia beach is blue.
The Halikia beach has pebbles as its sand type.
The Halikia beach has a normal water depth.
The sea surface at the Halikia beach is usually calm.
The Halikia beach has a normal crowd level.
The Halikia beach has accommodation options, food/water nearby, and a Blue Flag.
The Halikia beach can be accessed through bus services and a paved road.
The Halikia beach is ideal for snorkeling/spearfishing and has tree shade.
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