Pefki village is at the south-easternmost part of Crete, in the Lassithi region. The area boasts spectacular sites and important historical traces from ages long past, but it’s also a place of great natural beauty and serene unspoiled spots.

Pefki traditional village is a hideaway gem, which has preserved all the typical characteristics of traditional villages and architecture of Crete; small white and okra houses close one to another; cobbled little streets – or “kalderimia” – filled with bougainvillea and flowers; scattered little churches hidden in luring trails amid olive groves and cypresses overlooking the Libyan Sea; a traditional “kafeneion” (cafe) – the typical area for social interaction for the village.

Amphitheatrically set on the hills, 410 m above the sea level and 7 km distance from the coast, overlooking the gorge and the sea, the village is handily close to the restaurants, bars and shops of Makrygialos, the golden beaches, the trails and the attractions of south-eastern part of Crete, but at the same time it enjoys the tranquility and authenticity of the village life.