The "Holy Peace" that the name Agia Galini suggests is something you will certainly no longer find.
Agia Galini has become today a well-known and lively holiday destination on the south coast, about 50 miles from Heraklion, 75 miles from Chania and just over 35 miles from Rethymnon. Nevertheless, Agia Galini has been able to preserve much of its charm and is surely one of the most attractive places in the south of Crete.
This picturesque seaside village invites you to stroll through the lanes, linger in one of the numerous cafes, or be pampered in one of the cozy tavernas. The white-washed houses and hotels are clustered on hills surrounding the port, giving mostly uninterrupted views over the Lybian Sea.