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Plenty of room here and nice and sandy beach perfect for the kids on sand castle building duties.
Village end to the beach inland water stream- river meets here you can cross the intersection beaches via a wooden bridge or wade across the outlet ......More
I love it here. Unspoilt, not too busy, clear blue sea. There is fresh water stream coming from the hills into the sea. I never swim unless I can see the bottom the whole time. I’m posting a photo with me as a dot in...More
I have recently returned from a wonderful two week holiday spent in the Georgioupolis Beach Hotel Crete,two minutes walk from the sea.This hotel has a beautiful pool, outdoor fitness,jacuzzi,and great spa centre for relaxing massages.Daily Yoga classes are also offered.The staff could not be nicer...More
Great hotel and wonderful lovely staff. Only complaint was that you have to take half board. This we do not like as there are so many lovely tavernas near by and eating out is part of the wonderful Greek experience.
Georgioupolis Beach is one a gem to be discovered by first-time travelers to Crete. Agios Nikolaos Chapel marks one end and a little jetty the other. Soft and sandy, the typical aquamarine of the Cretan Sea is here to bathe in. The beach is also...More
Visited in late may/early June 2018 with 2 toddlers. The water was crystal clear, clean and warm and on the days we visited the sea was very calm as there was no wind. Its a shallow sandy beach which is perfect for little kids. We...More
It's really clean and lovely you can walk all the way round to the next town over there is loungers and bars all the way along the beach. The water is really blue and inviting though is cold when you first go in but soon...More
We spent 2 weeks in georgioupolis.we went to the beach every day.it's the nicest beach I've ever been to.clear crystal water.small fish swimming at your feet.there are some rocks from the chapel to the river but then it opens out to sand all the way.the...More