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Kalamaki Destination Guide

Touring Kalamaki in Greece

Kalamaki in the region of Crete is located in Greece - some 212 mi or ( 341 km ) South of Athens , the country's capital city .

Interactive map of Kalamaki

Time in Kalamaki is now 02:49 PM (Friday) . The local timezone is named " Europe/Athens " with a UTC offset of 2 hours. Depending on your budget, these more prominent places might be interesting for you: Tobruk, Zaros, Vorizia, Rethymno, and Pombia. Being here already, consider visiting Tobruk . We collected some hobby film on the internet . Scroll down to see the most favourite one or select the video collection in the navigation. Check out our recomendations for Kalamaki ? We have collected some references on our attractions page.


Videos

Crete - Kommos

7:58 min by aschwin8
Views: 14338 Rating: 4.29

Kommos beach near Matala and Pitsidia, in the Messara plain, Creete, Greece. Music by Laggan Rhye (www.lagganrhye.com) ..

Crete-sunset in Komos beach

1:48 min by freddy71165
Views: 10152 Rating: 4.80

a beautiful sunset in southern Crete ..


Sonnenuntergang in Kalamaki, Kreta

2:33 min by empteex
Views: 8813 Rating: 5.00

Sonnenuntergang in Kalamaki, Kreta; Kommos Beach in der Nähe von Pitsidia, Matala und Agia Galini. Infos zu Kalamaki unter www.kalamaki.me ; Kreta und mehr unter http ..

Welcome to Matala Festival 02./03./04. June 2012 Hippies Reunited - 5 Min. HD - Kreta Griechenland

5:00 min by MatalaFestival
Views: 6240 Rating: 4.85

Welcome to Matala Festival 02./03./04. June 2012 Hippies Reunited - 5 Min. HD - Kreta Griechenland - Crete Greece - Video: Old Hippie Wolfgang Lightmaster www.lightmaster.de ..


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Interesting facts about this location

Kommos (Crete)

Kommos is a Greek prehistoric Bronze Age port and archaeological site in southern Crete. It was a busy port with connections to the Near East that continued into historic periods; the rich finds and elaborate buildings reflect the importance of foreign trade for the Cretan economy. Its ancient name was probably Amyklaion, which would reflect a link with Amyclae; Robin Lane Fox speculates that it is referred to in Odyssey 3.296: "a small rock holds back the great waves.

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Located at 35.01 24.76 (Lat./Long.); Less than 2 km away
Tags: Former populated places in Greece, Minoan sites in Crete, Port settlements in ancient Crete

Kamilari

Kamilari is a village on the island of Crete, Greece, with 339 inhabitants. There is an archaeological site of an ancient Minoan cemetery nearby. The origin of the name 'Kamilari' is Byzantine. It is derived from the word 'kamilaris' meaning 'the one who rides a camel'. Kamilari village is built on the top of three hills, Evgora, Goulas and Alevrota.

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Located at 35.03 24.79 (Lat./Long.); Less than 3 km away
Tags: Ancient cemeteries in Greece, Minoan sites in Crete

Matala, Crete

Matala is a village located 75 km south-west of Heraklion, Crete. Matala is part of the community of Pitsidia within the municipal unit of Festos, Heraklion regional unit.

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Located at 35.00 24.75 (Lat./Long.); Less than 3 km away
Tags: Populated places in Heraklion (regional unit), Port settlements in ancient Crete

Tympaki Airport

Tympaki Airport is a military airport in Tympaki, Crete, Greece. It has also been used for car racing but it belongs to the Hellenic Air Force. The 138 Σ. Μ of H.A.F. operates at the airport. The airport also has a TACAN system for the aircraft. The airport used to have another runway (16/34) but now it's closed. Also home base airport of H.A. T (Heraklion Airclub Talos) for Gliders KA-7,KA-8 and Ultralight Tucano flights .

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Located at 35.06 24.77 (Lat./Long.); Less than 4 km away
Tags: Airports in Greece, Hellenic Air Force bases

Hagia Triada

Agia Triada redirects here. For other uses, see Agia triada (disambiguation) Hagia Triada is the archaeological site of an ancient Minoan settlement. Hagia Triada is situated on a prominent coastal ridge, with the Mesara Plain below. Hagia triada sits at the western end of the ridge, while Phaistos is at the eastern end. Hagia Triada means holy trinity in Greek. Hagia Triada has yielded many important finds, and more Linear A tablets than any other Minoan archaeological site.

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Located at 35.06 24.79 (Lat./Long.); Less than 5 km away
Tags: Former populated places in Greece, Heraklion (regional unit), Minoan sites in Crete, Populated places in Ancient Greece