Seitan Limania

Seitan Limania

The beach of Stephan Seitan or Seitan Harbor in Chania, Crete, is one of the three bays that create the sea in the area of ​​Akrotiri. The name is of Turkish origin, from the Ottoman period on the island and means diabolical (Diabolic / Broken Ports). This characterization is due to the risk of waves in the area.
The site is also referred to as Saint Raphael, from the church located at the point where the gorge begins, as well as Agios Spiridonas from the old chapel built there on the rock. The beach has gravel and sand and due to its inaccessible location it has become a popular and popular destination for the last few years.