Sitía is Crete’s sixth largest city, having somewhere between 14,000 and 15,000 people. The tourists it attracts are mostly Greek, French, and Italian, none of them party animals. We’re of an age to appreciate the city’s honest dignity, its fine restaurants, and the formality of its little waterfront promenade. It was a nice place to spend the last three days of our time in Crete.
Getting to Sitía
Click the map icon at the right for a view of the route we took to get here, green for Yánni’s taxi in which we covered the entire distance.

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