This beautiful village often sees visitors coming back for exceptional moments. The Sougia beach, which stretches over 1 km, is the longest in south-western Crete. One of the unique features of this beach is that naturism is tolerated. In addition, it invites you to become more acquainted with yourself in this magnificent part of Crete.
Built on the ruins of ancient Syia where people lived mainly during the Roman period and the early Byzantine period, you will find today a large number of churches from the 11th and 12th century which gives the region unique character and which Will make you travel in time.
There are many ways to get to Souda: by boat from Chora Sfakion and Palaiochora and by car from Chania to Sougia (70 km south of Chania), the place is well worth the trip! The remoteness of Sougia invites you, if what you seek is relaxation, calm and relaxation, to choose the isolation instead of the hustle and bustle of the tourist villages.