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Kato Zakros
Kato Zakros
Small coastal village at the eastern edge of Crete. Here in 1961 a great Greek archaeoligist, N.Platon, unearthed the fourth largest Minoan Palace. Nowadays in Kato Zakros (GR: Κάτω Ζάκρος) live a few people, occuping with farming, and fishing. There are a few taverns and cafe bars available for the visitors as well as a few rooms for rent. The scenery is great and the sandy beach with crystal clear water is one of the nicest in eastern Crete. Apart from a visit to the Minoan site the visitors can take a walk through the imposing gorge of the dead or follow the path along the coast to the cave of Pelekita


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Zakros Palace and Archaeological Site
Sitia, East Crete
at 0.2km (NW)
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Zakros Gorge of Dead
Zakros, Sitia, East Crete
at 1.7km (W)
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Pelekita Cave
Zakros, Sitia, East Crete
at 2.8km (NE)
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Zákros town
Sitia, East Crete
at 4.4km (W)
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