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  • Lefki

​The region of Lefki is in SouthEast of Crete. Et has 2.435 population and the base of the region is the village of Ziros with 779 residents. It concludes the villages of Agia Triada, Apidia, Armenon, Ziros, Papagiannadon and Chandras.




  • Small village in the municipality of poplar South Plateau Chandra with wonderful views of the Libyan Sea.

  • Τhe village is located after Handras and before Etia. It is surrounded by gardens and fields, while the watermills that are preserved and function create a beautiful scenery.

  • A small deserted settlement, west from the village of Armenoi.

  • Coastal village of Sitia in the Libyan Sea. Famous village for its rich production of fish.

  • It is a central village on the fertile plateau of Handras.

  • Katelionas was one of the most populated villages of Sitia during the Venetian period.

  • The settlement is first recorded in the 1834 Egyptian census Papa - Jannadho. At the hill of Ai Lias (Aghios Elias), 440 meters high, there was a shrine and in the site of Monastirakia the remains of a Minoan settlement were found.

  • This important coastal settlement, south from Zakros, is located in a region inhabited since the Minoan period, according to archeological findings.

  • Ziros is located in the north-eastern side of the plateau of Ziros, in an altitude of 590 m. Its pre-hellenic name serves as a testimony of its long history, along with the antiquities found in the area from different historical periods.