Islands of Crete

Chrissi

Lassithi

Emerald Eden

Renowned for its azure blue sea water
Chrissi is an almost never-ending paradise.

The best and most convenient way to visit the golden Chrissi Island is to buy a group tour (which is just 26 Euro per person)!
Especially, if your hotel is located in the eastern parts of Crete (Malia, Heraklion, Agios Nikolaos). Our bus will take you straight
from your hotel to the port of Ierapertra, and the boat ticket will be just 17€ per person instead of 27€ you would have paid at port.
Book this tour here

it is out of question that the most beautiful beach on the island of Chrissi is the north beach of Belerinina or Golden Beach, where the largest percentage of visitors to the island spends its time. However, there are more beautiful beaches that you can explore.

Map of Chrissi island

Golden beach (Belegrina) - 4.4 out of 5 based on 380 votes
Golden beach (Belegrina)

The thousands of visitors arriving daily with the boat from Ierapetra to Chrissi island mainly swim on the beach of Belerinina or Golden Beach. Bright blue waters, white sand with pink shades from the thousands of broken shells, the junipers that hold the sand with their huge roots is the backdrop that makes anyone fall in love with this place.

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Vlychadia beach, Chrissi - 5.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote
Vlychadia beach, Chrissi

Approximately 500m west of the main harbor Chrissi island, approximately in the middle of the southern side of the island, a dirt road leads us to the beautiful Vlychadia beach. The beach has black and red chalk that comes from red lava, while the bottom is mainly rocky.

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Kataprosopo beach - 4.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote
Kataprosopo beach

At the eastern end of the island of Chrissi lies the beautiful beach of Kataprosopo (=face to face), which faces the island of Mikronissi. Mikronissi is a great refuge for marine avifauna. In fact, the beach is divided into two by a thin strip of rocky land, while the vegetation in juniper is clearly more limited than the other beaches of the eastern part of the island. The waters are shallow and do not exceed 5m to Micronissi, making it ideal for snorkelling.

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Hadzivolakas beach - 3.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote
Hadzivolakas beach

The longest beach on the island of Chrissi is Hadzivolakas, which extends west of the central beach of Belerinna. The beach has mainly rocky seabed and is ideal for isolation as most of the island's visitors are limited to Belegrina.

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Kendra Beach - 4.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote
Kendra Beach

At the western end of the island of Chrissi, the small Cape Kendra is formed and right next to we meet the southernmost beach of the island. There is no high vegetation for shade, while the bottom, as in the whole island, is mainly rocky. You can combine your visit to the lighthouse and Agios Nikolaos with a walk to Kendra.

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Vages beach - 3.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote
Vages beach

At the eastern part of the island of Chryssi and on the south side of the island the large beach of Vages is formed. Vages generally has a rocky bottom, except for the eastern edge where there is sand.

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Vougiou Mati beach - 2.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote
Vougiou Mati beach

The position on the southern side of the island of Chryssi where the the boats carrying visitors from Ierapetra stop is called Vougiou Mati. To the west of the quay a small rocky bay is formed with small caves. On the east side of the quay, a long rocky beach is formed, which visitors prefer when the most popular beach of the island, Belegrina or Golden Beach in the north, is wavy.

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Fragou Mnima Beach - 3.5 out of 5 based on 2 votes
Fragou Mnima Beach

At the eastern end of the juniper wood of Chrisi we meet the small beach at Fragou Mnima. The area hosts a small saltpan, which the locals call Kaki Alyki and in winter it turns into a small swamp.

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Avlaki beach, Chrissi - 4.0 out of 5 based on 1 vote
Avlaki  beach, Chrissi

At the western end of the long beach of Chatzivolakas on the island of Chrissi, we find the beach Avlaki. Avlaki has rocky seabed, like almost the whole island. At the end of the beach there is the second harbour of the island at position Spilios and the only house in Chrissi built in the middle of the 20th century. The name Spilios (cave) is taken after an old house built in the rock.

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