Agia Pelagia is a seaside fishing village built in the centre of a picturesque amphitheatric bay.
It is located on the north coast of Crete at 23 km northwest from Heraklion.
Agia Pelagia takes its name from the homonymous church, in the Monastery of the Sebbathians, ruins of which are found at a distance of 1 km west of the village.
During the last decades years, the resort has known a big tourist development, as its sandy beaches attract many visitors who find here all kinds of services.
From Agia Pelagia you can visit the post-minoan graves and the University (Pritanion) of the 4th century B.C. which were found in 1970 at the site Kladistos (or Kladotos) and support the view that this was the site of the ancient city of Apollonia.
Departing from Heraklion harbour to the bay of Agia Pelagia at 09.00 return at 17.00
Trip package includes:
- Sailing vessel
- Fuel – water
- Coffee, cookies, beverages, wine
- Snorkeling equipment
- Fishing equipment (non professional fishing)
Extras to add:
- Meal inclusive
- Yoga session
- Paddle board
- Upon arrangement, special vegetarian menus or any other menu requested can be provided