My wife & I came here for lunch after visiting Phaestos.
It's a quite spectacular view, with the two down-slanting cliff "jaws" on either side of the beach.
I imagine it's extremely crowded in high season: even in late October we had to pay to park (2 Euros).
The man-made caves in the cliffs are interesting; supposedly dating from the Neolithic, they have been used at various times as Roman tombs and in the 60's as hippie hangouts before the Greek police chased them out. Famous as the place Joni Mitchell wrote about in "Carey".
I'd like to revisit when the water is warmer....
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