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Kokkini Hani Beach at Gouves
Greece

Kokkini Hani is located 14km east of Heraklion. East of Heraklion airport, the old highway goes along the coast and offers magnificent sea views. After about 8 Klm, you begin climbing Kako Oros with impressive cliffs above the sea. Kako Oros is a mountain between the settlement Amnisos and Kokkini Hani with particular morphology.

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