Keramoti Beach is a quiet, long beach, located 71 km from Chania and 27 km from the magnificent Elafonisi. A quiet but long beach, close to the village of the same name, but still undeveloped. Be sure to take all you require for your comfort with you when you visit.
Tavernas and rent rooms are to be had in the villages of Keramoti and of Livadia.
It has pebbles, sand and clear deep waters which are cold as mountain springs flow into it hereabouts. Being somewhat rocky, it is good for diving and spearfishing.
Close by is the village of Livadia, with its own beach.
At 72 km distance from Chania and 32 km from Kastelli Kissamos is located the beach of Livadia. The beach is alongside the village: both are on the E4 European Walking Trail.
Quiet and undeveloped, it has pebbles, rocks of various sizes and clear waters; it is much patronized by the locals. A good destination for those in search of diving and spearfishing, it also permits opportunities for relaxation and seclusion.
Tavernas and boarding may be had in the village.
- Tips, Suggestions, Iseful info
- History, Culture
- What to do (Activities)
- What to see (Culture, Nature)
- location Livadia, Kisamos, Chania
- free camping Yes - in some areas
- nudism Yes - in some areas
- beach type Sandy, Thin Pebble, Pebble
- accommodation Yes - limited choices
- dinning Yes - enough choices
- other facilities
relevant routes & paths:
Distances: 71 km from Chania, 31 km from Kastelli Kissamos, 27 km from Elafonisi.
By car/motorcycle: From Chania, drive to Kastelli Kissamos and from there continue on the road leading to Elafonisi. Before arriving in the village of Keramoti, turn right onto a pretty rough dirt road, which takes you to the beach.
Distances: 72 km from Chania, 32 km from Kastelli Kissamos, 26 km from Elafonisi.
By car/motorcycle: From Chania, drive to Kastelli Kissamos and from there continue on the road leading to Elafonisi. Between the villages of Plagia and Keramoti you turn on the road to the village of Livadia, a further 8 km off. There you have to leave your vehicle and continue on foot to the beach.