Elafonisi is a small island located on the south-western tip of Crete. Pink sand and a large lagoon with warm water attracts tourists in the holiday season. From the side of Kissamos, the most popular way of getting to this beach is through the Gorge of Topolia and along the western end of Crete. The following video presents the latter way. Many people consider it a nightmare, well, see for yourself. In places, it is quite narrow, but I personally saw much more terrible roads on Crete, especially in mountainous regions.
Drive by car on a gravel road leading to Tripiti beach. It is in vain to look for information about this beach in traditional paper guides. It is not surprising, therefore, that this place is overlooked by mass tourism and the vast majority of people relaxing on this beach are local Greeks. We wish you nice watching ... the road is really "interesting".
Chania (Χανιά) is the second largest (after Heraklion) city of Crete. Although the official number of residents does not exceed 58 thousand. however, together with the neighboring towns, Chania forms an agglomeration with a population of approximately 130,000. people.
The Ha Gorge is one of the many magical places in Crete. Due to the steep entrance, exploration is practically inaccessible to ordinary tourists. Without the proper equipment and knowledge of climbing techniques, it is only admiring the narrow mouth of the ravine and its impressive walls steeply rising over 300 meters up.