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Take a walk on the spit to the church of St. Nicholason Crete, Greece

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For a small white church leads a long spit of rough stones, and this trip is difficult :)
How to take a walk on the spit to the church of St. Nicholas on Crete
St. Nicholas Church is located on the beach of Georgioupolis and it is very difficult not notice it. This little snow-white building looks particularly impressive against the background of azure water surrounding it, creating the impression that the church is on an island forgotten by the world, to which can go only lucky few.

To the church you can swim or walk on the spit that stretches for 250 meters. The track is made of uneven stones, so you definitely need to have comfortable and durable shoes.

When you get to the church, you will see the fabulous views of the surrounding.

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#6Saint Nikolas church on CreteSaint Nikolas church

The snow-white church on a low cliff is seen from afar, it is a path from rough stones, and from it opens the magic views of the surroundings.

Location: Georgioupoli

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