Just next to the small village of Fylaki at Apokoronas province, Chania, you will find the vaulted tomb of Fylaki. It was built in the post Minoan Times (after 1200BC) and has many similarities with the domed grave of Stylos at position Azogyres.
The grave is very well preserved and clean. There is a long aisle at its entrance and its pyramid-like roof is very impressive. What is very interesting is the carved huge boulder at the upper part of the entrance.
It is not very easy to locate the tomb. 30m after the cross to Kastelos village, you will see a small cluster of cypress trees next to the tomb.