Akoumia Destination Guide
Touring Akoumia in Greece.
Akoumia in the region of Crete is located in Greece - some 200 mi (or 322 km) South of Athens, the country's capital city.
Time in Akoumia is now 11:10 PM (Monday). The local timezone is named "Europe / Athens" with an UTC offset of 2 hours. Depending on your travel resources, these more prominent places might be interesting for you: Tobruk, Yianniou, Yeni, Yena, Vatos or Agia Foteini. Being here already, consider visiting Yerakarion, Vrisai, Vrisai, Spilion, Nefs Amarion and Amarion. We collected some hobby films in the internet. Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation.
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Data use abroad
Whilst holidaying abroad, I'd noticed that my phone was using data, despite Data Roaming being switched off. I'd disabled all of my email accounts and Data roaming was off. I had no visible data conne...
Eden Village Danza Kuduro
Tormentone dell'estate. Danza Kuduro all'Eden Village Minoa Palace Creta 2011. StaffTakeNoGood.com
Crete Rethymnon Beach
Husband notices beach lothario eyeing his woman as she bathes in sea at Rethymnon, Crete
Polyprion Americanus (Wreckfish) fished ...
Polyprion Americanus (Wreckfish) fished outside of Rethymnon Crete the 19th of August 2008, in a deep sea fishing trip
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Interesting facts about this location
Akoumia is a traditional Cretan village of about 450 people in the southern part of the Rethymno regional unit, famous for the two Triopetra (meaning three stones) beaches. It is part of the municipality Agios Vasileios.
Located at 35.17, 24.58 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 0 mi away.
Aktounta is a village in the Rethymno regional unit in Crete, Greece. Aktounta belongs to the municipal unit of Lampi, and it is 35 km away (south) from Rethymno. Population: 90 (2001). Altitude: 640 meters.
Located at 35.17, 24.58 (Lat. / Lng.), less than 3 mi away.
Mavros Volakas is a large rock, next to Long Beach, on the coast of Crete, near Lambi, in Rethymno regional unit. There is another large rock that is even closer to the beach, called Aspros Volakas.
The Amari Valley is a fertile valley on the foothills of Mount Ida and Mount Kedros in Crete. The valley was known as a center of resistance to the Germans during the Battle of Crete and the German occupation. After the abduction of General Heinrich Kreipe the Germans destroyed a number of villages in the area including the village of Gerakari.
Aspros Volakas (Greek: Ασπρος Βώλακας, white rock) is a large white rock, next to Long Beach, on the coast of Crete, near Lambi, in Rethymno regional unit. This rock feature is formally designated as a cape due to the shallow water. Aspros Volakas is very close to Long Beach. There is another rock that is further away, to the east, called Mavros Volakas.
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