Rethymno – Natural Attractions

  • Akoumianos River

    In close proximity to the village of Akoumia in Rethymno prefecture and a verdant valley, the Akoumianos River flows

  • Kourtaliotis

    Kourtaliotis is a river that flows out at an altitude of 500 meters in Rethymno prefecture , near the village Koksare , and forms Preveli Lake

  • Psiloritis

    The Psiloritis is a mountain range stretching in the center of Crete, covering a large part of the prefectures of Rethymno and Heraklio.

  • River Dam

    The river dam is located in the province of Amari in Rethymno prefecture, approximately 25 km far from the city of Rethymno.

  • Nida Plateau

    The Nida Plateau in Rethymno prefecture is a verdant valley in the center of Psiloritis, 22 km approximately far from Anogia and 78 km from Rethymno

  • Lake Preveli

    Lake Preveli lies on the south coastline of Rethymno prefecture, approximately 40 km from the city of Rethymno.

  • Lake Orne

    The small lake Orne is located in Rethymno prefecture, only 500 m northwest of Orne village and 50 km far from Rethymno.

  • Amari valley

    The Amari valley is located in Rethymno prefecture, spanning from the northern part of Crete to the southern, between Mt Kedros and Mt Psiloritis.

  • Kedros

    Kedros is the second highest mountain of Rethymno prefecture situated southwest of Psiloritis, both mountains enclosing the Amari valley.

  • Oak forest of Kastello

    The oak forest of Kastello is one of the most interesting natural sites of Rethymno prefecture and spreads over a wide area.

  • Vrysinas

    Vrysinas, located 8 km far from Rethymno, is one of the mountains of Rethymno prefecture with rich history and constant human presence through the centuries

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