Welcome to Georgioupoli


Nature lovers look beyond to appreciate its setting at the junction of the Almyros River and the sea. It's a nesting area for the endangered loggerhead sea turtle. The marshes surrounding the riverbed are known for birdlife, especially egrets and kingfishers, which migrate into the area in April. The marshes also produce hordes of mosquitoes in summer.

Picturesque Agios Nikolaos chapel perches on a narrow, rocky jetty in the sea. The long, narrow stretch of hard-packed sand east of town, spliced by another river leading to the sea, becomes a beach that continues for about 10km towards Rethymno.


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