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Afendis Christos Church Gonies Village - Hersonissos
Greece

The village of Gonies is located at the entrance of the gorges of the Panagia and Roza, one of the most beautiful gorges of Crete. There are walking paths joining corners with Kera through the gorge of Roza. Natural beauties reward guests with cozy feelings of the people that make you feel like home. Gonies still keep the character of authentic Cretan village. Produce oil, honey, wine, raki and excellent forage products. 

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