Sfaka

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Sfaka is a mountain village in Crete, situated between Agios Nikolaos and Sitia. Sfaka belongs to the Municipality of Sitia.

It has a long history, and archaeological monuments including the meta-Byzantine icons of "Stavrosis" and the Church "Panagia" in the "Kato Chorio". Sfaka now has 200 - 250 inhabitants, but in the past its population was greater than 2000. Recently, Sfaka has been considered a tourist destination for its port, Mochlos.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sfaka.org

Coordinates: 35°09′18″N 25°55′25″E / 35.15500°N 25.92361°E / 35.15500; 25.92361