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The municipality of Malia lies along the north central coast of Crete, the biggest and most southern island of Greece. It unfolds from the slopes of Mt. Selena with the mountain villages Krassi and Mohos, continues over the fertile plain with the coastal villages of Malia and Stalis to end at the shore of the incomparable Aegean Sea.

The area of coastal Malia and Stalis has a mild Mediterranean climate with warm, dry summers and mild, wet winters. With an average of 300 days of sunshine a year, 6km of fine sandy beaches, only 30min. drive away from the airport of Heraklio and a central position to explore the whole island, Malia is a unique holiday destination.

Climate chart: Average temperatures in Malia, Crete