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Venite A Conoscere La Nostra Regione Da Soli

In auto

Con l’auto potrete visitare la maggior parte dell’isola e potrete scoprire baie tranquille per continuare le vostre vacanze naturiste. È opportuno sapere che le strade di Creta sono molto varie per quanto riguarda la qualità, e potrete incontrate strade costruite secondo le norme europee ed americane, ma anche strade che non sono molto diverse da mulattiere, ricoperte da bassa vegetazione o da pietre di calcare.

Queste ultime stradine sono per i più avventurosi e vi condurranno in paesini rimasti intatti al trascorrere del tempo, ed in località di una bellezza naturale da mozzafiato. In ogni caso, è opportuno viaggiare sempre con prudenza ed essere pronti a qualunque imprevisto – soprattutto quando si deve percorrere una curva senza alcuna visibilità: non si può mai sapere cosa sta venendo dall’altra parte!

Acquistate una buona cartina e chiedete consigli anche alla Reception del nostro albergo, che potrà farvi delle proposte su dove dirigervi. Presso la Reception, esiste una Cartina Geografica di Creta ingrandita, ed un’altra ancora con località selezionate accompagnate da fotografie e relativa descrizione, distanza chilometrica dall’albergo e come raggiungerle. Vi sarà molto utile. Controllate sempre l’auto prima di partire per una qualunque destinazione, accertatevi di essere forniti di acqua in quantità sufficienti ed informate la Reception della vostra destinazione e dell’ora in cui pensate di rientrare.

Con un’ imbarcazione

Loutro

It is a picturesque village just half an hour away from Chora Sfakion with the fishing boat. It is nestled in a beautiful natural bay with crystal clear waters. On the neighboring peninsula, the remains of a castle and others dating back to the Roman age are preserved.

Aghia Roumeli

It is particularly famous or better, it is substantially unknown, since it is the country where one arrives at the end of the crossing of the internationally known gorge of Samarià. The village of Aghia Roumeli is unworthily known, because it represents only the transit point for those who simply “went down” through the gorge. Around lunchtime, there is confusion and crowds because the visitors who have completed their march begin to arrive but, if you leave the center of the village, you will find a moment of peace and a beautiful scenery. There is a beach to the east of the village that is usually deserted and maybe you can even practice nudism. You can also rinse yourself out of the sea water, diving into the Samarià river, right at its mouth in the sea, even if the

In case you wish to walk less, you can reach the old village of Aghia Roumeli, and at the entrance of the Samarià National Park. From here, with a march of about half an hour, we reach the “Sidires Piles”, that is the Iron Gates, as they call them in Greek, the narrowest point of the gorge, very famous all over the world. You can continue – as you enter the gorge the landscape becomes more and more spectacular – until you decide to return.

Marmara beach

The Marmara beach is a bay covered with pebbles, a little aloof, created at the exit of the suggestive gorge of Aradena, and has been a very popular spot for naturists for many years. It owes its name to the not very hard and colorful rocks found throughout the area. The beach is very far from the inhabited areas, because it is necessary to walk an hour on foot from the nearest and most populated beach of Likos, and 75 minutes, still on foot, from the village of Loutro. There are no roads and therefore, the march or a boat are the only way to reach it. There is a small restaurant near the beach where you can simply rest.

Glykà Nerà beach

Glykà Nerà (the name refers to the fresh waters that lie below the surface of the soil), is one of the most beautiful beaches of all Crete, with intense blue waters and pebbles. In 2003 this beach was ranked among the top twenty beaches in Europe by the London Times newspaper! And it owes its name precisely to the fresh waters that flow between the pebbles!

In general, Glykà Nerà is accessible by sea, with a fishing boat. However, for the more daring and adventurous adventurers, there is a path that starts from Chora Sfakion (half an hour’s journey) and an even more difficult one that starts in Loutro (an hour’s journey with sheer cliffs over the sea, what rather worrying). Despite this “distressing” view, the path is quite safe because the local authorities take care of its maintenance, since it forms part of the European E4 path.

A piedi

Creta è un vero e proprio paradiso per gli appassionati della marcia, con tante stradine meravigliose e varie da seguire. Se siete in marcia individualmente, allora sarebbe opportuno avvertire sempre la Reception dell’albergo, sull’itinerario che intendete seguire informando anche sull’ora in cui contate di rientrare! Alcuni dei percorsi più frequentati sono indicati nell’apposita sezione del nostro sito.