Sitia

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SITIA

Sitia lies on the norhern coastline of the Lasithi region of Crete.

The locals are proud of the generous hospitality and warmth that offer to the visitors, all part of the genuine Cretan way of life.

Several hotels offer hospitality services to the many visitors who seek to meet and enjoy the gorgeous beaches of the region and the Cretan lifestyle.

The long sandy beach of Sitia has been awarded 3 blue flags but the are several other, less popular, equally gorgeous and more quiet beaches.

If you visit Sitia, don't forget to visit the famosu Palm-tree forest and beach in Vai. Learn more of the region's tradtions by visiting the archaeological sites, cultural museum and the local product exhibitions.

Passenger routes connect Sitia to Piraeus and Heraklio. Frequent routes to the Cyclades and the Dodecanese take place.