Kato Zakro

Kato Zakro

Kato Zakros is an impressive little traditional fishing village, hidden away in the southeast corner of Crete. The beautiful tamarisk-fringed pebble beach hosts several excellent fish taverns where visitors can sample local delicacies in attractive surroundings. The area is also home to a Minoan Palace, which is one of the most significant archaeological sites on the island. Walkers may want to explore the
valley of the dead, a gorge which connects the main village Zakros with the beach settlement Kato Zakros. At the end of the gorge are some caves where the Minoans buried their deceased. 

In the surroundings of Zakros is Xerokampos with its white sandy beaches, the town of Sitia and the palm beach of Vai.

Katerina Apartments

Katerina Apartments

KATO ZAKRO

This four new, in traditional style built apartments are set in the hillside of the valley of Kato Zakros with a beautiful view over the valley and to the sea.

Coral / Athena

Coral / Athena

KATO ZAKRO

Coral and Athena rooms are located directly on the beach of Kato Zakros beside the Taverna Akrogiali. All rooms have a fridge and a nice sitting place with sea view.