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Open tickets are valid for up to 12 months from booking date (see ticket conditions).

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Sitia Guide

What is there to do in Sitia?

Grand, imposing mountains, ancient ruins comprising the Old Town and cool, welcoming cafes and tavernas frequenting the harbour – Sitia is the quintessential small Greek town. Unlike many of the Greek islands, and much of Crete as well, there is little tourism in the town, instead the historical architecture stands proud against the gradual modernisation of heavily donned holiday destinations. Towering at the top of the itinerary for history lovers is the Iera Moni Toplou, a remarkable structural design, exemplifying the infrastructure that defined Sitia for many centuries. The castle is the standout attraction, yet to simply wander around the Old Town provides plenty of cultural stimulation. Ancient ruins are generally regarded as the most aesthetically pleasing aspect of Greece, yet the natural beauty gracing the landscape is worth the visit to Sitia in itself. A plethora of walking trails afford spectacular views of the encompassing sea and glorious mountainside, proving the perfect spot to take enviable photos. The pinnacle of serenity is perhaps Richtis Gorfe, a small gorge with flowing water passing through at a gentle pace – symbolic of Sitia’s sleepy ambience.

How do you get around Sitia?

The small and compact nature means it is possible to cover much of the island by foot.

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