Sougia is a traditional village with 109 inhabitants in southern Crete, 60 km south of Chania. The beach is pebbly, well organized with sun beds, chairs, showers and lifeguard, while the sea here is deep.
Sougia is built at the exit of the gorge of Agia Irini and east of the village is found the gorge of Tripiti. At Sougia you can find hotels, rooms, mini market, summer bars, tavernas and cafes, with breathtaking views of the Libyan Sea. What makes Sougia apart from other tourist areas of Chania is the relaxed, carefree atmosphere. In the eastern part of the beach Sougia, beneath the trees you can see some campers and nudists, but they will not trouble you at all because of the length of the beach (1000 meters), there is enough space for everyone. West of Sougia is the port from where you can acceleratePaleochora, Loutro, Agia Roumeli.