The seas of Sitia are garlanded with many beautiful islands large and small which host a wide variety of rare sea-life and flora. Every island is a tribute to a land blessed by the gods; the remains of a Minoan settlement have recently been excavated on the island of "Psira", the island of "Elasa" to the east was where the Minoans first set foot on Crete, the Dionisades and Ianisades stand guard over the bay of Sitia and last but not least the island of Koufonisi is renowned for its long history of trading in porphyry. Apart from these larger islands, the seas abound with small rocky islands which are a winter home to a rare Mediterranean hawk - "Falco Eleonorae".
Chrisi or Gaidouronisi (donkey island) lies 8 miles south of Ierapetra
Α group of four(4) small islands at the north of the Sitia Bay,exceptionally important site for Eleonora’s Falcon
Ιs an island that can be found northeast of Crete in the Aegean Sea, about 3.5 nautical miles from the palm tree forest of Vai.
This little paradise, located between Rhodes and Crete, has the most beautiful beaches you can imagine
Kasos is located in the southernmost region of the Eastern Aegean and lies between Crete and Karpathos.
The island of Koufonisi can be found etched on to the horizon southeast of Kserokambos
This is a small uninhabited island to the west of Mochlos where important artefacts from the pre-Minoan period have been found
Spinalonga is an arid and barren rocky islet with an area of 8.5 hectares lying at the mouth of the natural port of Elounda