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Hello from Triopetra Paradise, and the surrounding areas !

Triopetra beach

Triopetra Beach - Τριόπετρα - is a beautiful seaside, uncluttered, natural place, located on the southern coast in the prefecture of Rethymnon, just 48 km from Rethymnon Town and 110 km from Chania International Airport in Crete. You can also arrive via Heraklion International Airport which is 106 km to the north.

This beach has very little in the way of buildings or development or organisation. It is still a place where you can totally relax in nature away from the hustle bustle of life. Here there is quiet, there are azure clear waters and monumental mountains rolling into the sea.

From here you can see the Paximadia islands, you can swim, snorkel and laze on the beach. At the eastern end of the beach are three unusual rock formations, three big rocks sitting at the end of the point jutting out into the sea. Hence the name trio for three and petra for rocks.


rethymnoRethymno (Greek: Ρέθυμνο, [ˈreθimno], also Rethimno, Rethymnon, Réthymnon, and Rhíthymnos) is a city of little more than 30,000 people (near 40,000 for the municipal unit) in Greece, the capital of Rethymno regional unit on the island of Crete, a former Latin Catholic bishopric as Retimo(–Ario) and former Latin titular see.
Rethymno was originally built during the Minoan civilization (ancient Rhithymna and Arsinoe).The city was prominent enough to mint its own coins and maintain urban growth. One of these coins is today depicted as the crest of the town: two dolphins in a circle.