Kalamaki is the westernmost part of a long beach situated on the northwest coast of Crete just 6 kilometers west of Chania, between Chania and Agia Marina. There's a small church and a snack bar on a pier, and a view of the island of Agii Theodori. It's also a mooring place for yachts.

The beautiful beach of Kalamaki has fine sand and shallow water. It is very well organized, with umbrellas and sun beds, showers, lifeguard, accommodation and food services, beach bars, water sports, etc. This beach is a sandy beach which is 2,5 kilometers long. The water is clear and the beach is suitable for people with children. It's not too busy, also because of the beach being so long.

Beside the western edge of the beach, a separate small cove is formed, separated from the main beach by a narrow strip of sand. Two stunning nearby sandy beaches in Stalos and Glaros are well organized with numerous beach front restaurants and bars as well as all the top activities to satisfy your appetite in the most amazing way.

There are some accommodations in Kalamaki, 10 or so restaurants to choose from, a few shops and a bakery. Taste excellent quality food by the various seaside taverns with the friendliest people willing to assist you with a big smile on their face!

Kalamaki can be an option for people looking for an accommodation not directly in Chania Town but who want to be close to it. There is a regular bus service from this coastal village to Chania.