Preveli- Rethimno City


The area of Preveli is located about 35km south of Rethimno city and protected as natura since 2000

The Palm Beach of Preveli , known as Lake of Prevel iis located at the exit of Mega River, which carries the waters of the imposing Kourtaliotiko gorge.   

Before we go to the beach , we make a short stop for photos of the magnificent springs , a unique nature because of its landscape .The combination of the huge vertical cliffs of the gorge , the river with its green water , the unique palm tree forest creates a magical atmosphere .It is the most romantic beach of Crete  .

 An almost 25 minutes walk, will give us the unforgettable opportunity to swim in the crystal clear waters of the Libyan sea , next to the  tropical river , enjoy the sun and stroll through the exotic palm tree forest. 

Our last stop, before taking our way back, will be a visit to the old traditional town of Rethimno for a walk or coffee break  


Type of excursion: – Beach day – Full day

Should take: Comfortable shoes, Hat, Sun protection, Camera, swimming gear, bathing suit

Return to hotels: 17:30 – 20:30


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