experience in the mysterious world of the sea
The Thalassokosmos Aquarium is an unprecedented experience in the mysterious world of the sea and the marine organisms of the Mediterranean! There are many tank-aquarium facilities, some of which house all the marine Mediterranean species! Visitors can observe from 50 different points more than 1,500 marine organisms, including sharks and herds of common or rare marine species! Magpies, sharks, sea bass, ribs, groupers, grouse, lobsters, crayfish, sea urchins, tongues, octopuses, scorpions, khans, melanuria, sea urchins, starfish, anemones, seahorses, moray eels, mullet, mullet, mullet, and Lesbian immigrants! There is also the possibility of an audio tour at the same time as the visual!
The mountain village of Zaros is known for its springs.
Here you will find Lake Votomos, one of the artificial lakes in Crete. Very nice taverns around, local trout is recommended, around the lake, there is a recreation area with tables and benches, an information board and signs everywhere. The local specialty is grilled salmon and trout. Zaros is a small picturesque town of about 2000 inhabitants on the southern slopes of Psiloritis
The hippies of the '60s and '70s found their paradise
In Matala, there is a beautiful sandy beach, 300 meters long, with fine gravel and crystal clear deep waters. The beach is very well organized with umbrellas, toilets, showers, lifeguards, first aid, beach volleyball courts, snack bars, water sports, excursions, camping, etc. The hippies of the '60s and '70s found their paradise in these caves when they visited and stayed in Matala. Hippies expressed themselves freely, enjoyed love, and creation. Around Matala, you will find many options for accommodation, entertainment, and food. Also, a large part of the beach is covered by tamarisk trees, where you can find shade. In the evenings, the beach bars are full of many people, both locals and foreigners. Especially in June, the internationally renowned Matala Festival takes place.