Marmara beach is one of the most popular beaches in Sfakia, Crete.
It is located on the south coast of western Crete, west of Loutro, and more specifically, at the exit of the Gorge of Aradena.
The beach has pebbles, and the crystal-clear water is beyond any doubt.
A little higher from the sea level and the beach, there is a tavern up on the cliff, over viewing the coastline of the southern Crete and the exit of the Aradena gorge.
However, what characterizes the beach are the cliffs
resembling marble, from which the beach took its naming
(in Greek: "Marmara" means "Marbles").
The formations of the "marbles" have created places
where you can lie back and sunbathe on the smooth rocks while
enjoying the scenery, and at the same time you can see these
spots as pedestals for jumping in the sea.
..And the lovers of exploration will discover beautiful sea caves among the
View video footage of Marmara Beach