Irakleiá is a tiny island with only 115 residents located at the western edge of the Small Eastern Cyclades island group. Dense vegetation, natural springs, smooth hills, crystalline waters (with shipwrecks at the sea-bottom!), scenic bays and caves are the characteristics of this unspoiled paradise in Cyclades. The island’s coasts are home to the Mediterranean seal Monachusmonachus and the marine turtle Carettacaretta. There are two villages on the island, Ayios Georgios (by the harbour) and Panayia. Restore your inner peace in a less-known destination, ideal for romantic, peaceful holidays and let yourself be charmed by the simplicity of its virgin nature.
Livadi: Livadi is the most impressive beach of Iraklia.
Agios Georgios: Agios Georgios beach is found within a walking distance from the port of Iraklia. It is a long, sandy beach with crystal water
Ipovryhio (Agios Georgios)
Maistrali (Agios Georgios)
Akathi (Agios Georgios)
Port of Irakleia
- Shelter: From all but the NE winds, which on occasion also do not affect the harbour
- Mooring : Good holding