The beach of Agia Kyriaki is located 88km south of Chania, 7km west of Paleochora and 0.5km west of the peninsula Grammeno. The beach is mainly known as Koundoura because it is located in the Koundoura area. The climate in the region is very warm, favouring the development of cultivating greenhouses.
The beach of Agia Kyriaki or Koundoura is 700m long and is generally secluded. It is not generally preferred for swimming, because it is close to the greenhouses and is quite unknown. However, it is a good choice for anyone wanting to stay remote. There are no facilities on the beach, but you can find some restaurants, a camping site and a few rooms in Grammeno (on the way to Paleochora).
The beach can be accessed by car. As you drive from Paleochora to Krios (to the west), you’ll meet the peninsula of Grammenos. After half a kilometre, take the road on the left hand that heads to the sea.
Koundoura beach is located in the village of Koundoura, on the island of Crete, Greece.
Yes, Koundoura beach is suitable for swimming. The water is clear and calm, making it safe for swimmers of all levels.
No, there are no water sports available at Koundoura beach. However, visitors can enjoy snorkeling and fishing.
Yes, there are some trees and umbrellas available at Koundoura beach, providing shade for visitors.
Yes, Koundoura beach is family-friendly. The water is shallow and calm, making it safe for children to swim. There are also some playgrounds nearby.
Yes, there are some hotels and apartments available near Koundoura beach, providing visitors with a comfortable stay.
No, Koundoura beach is not accessible for people with disabilities. The beach has pebbles and rocks, making it difficult for wheelchair users to access the water.
The water colour of the beach is blue.
The beach has sand 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, the beach is nudism friendly.
Yes, there is tree shade available at the beach.
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