Kalami village is located 15km east of Chania city, on the southern coast of Souda Bay and near the village Megala Chorafia. It has a spectacular view over the bay and the fort of Souda. It is also close to the ancient city of Aptera and the Turkish forts of Intzedin and Aptera.
Just 500m north of the village, a beautiful beach with deep water and round pebbles is shaped. At the eastern end, there is a tiny harbour with boats. The beach is very popular with the locals, but still not very well organized. There are some umbrellas and a few tamarisk trees. There are a few options for accommodation and food in the wider region and the village.
There are various activities you can do at Kalami beach such as swimming, sunbathing, snorkeling, and kayaking.
Yes, Kalami beach is suitable for families with children as the water is calm and shallow, making it safe for kids to swim.
Yes, there are several restaurants and cafes near Kalami beach where you can enjoy local cuisine and drinks.
Yes, you can rent beach equipment such as sun loungers and umbrellas at Kalami beach.
Unfortunately, Kalami beach is not fully accessible for people with disabilities as there are some steps to access the beach.
The best time to visit Kalami beach is during the summer months from June to September when the weather is warm and sunny.
The water colour of the beach is blue.
The beach has a combination of sand and fine pebbles.
The water depth at the beach is normal.
The surface of the sea at the beach is usually calm.
The beach is usually quiet.
The beach has accommodation options, food and water nearby, and umbrellas and beds.
The beach is accessible via a paved road.
No, there is no other information available about the beach.
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