Gavdos Island is a hidden gem located in the southernmost part of Greece. This idyllic paradise is the southernmost inhabited land in Europe and is the ultimate destination for those seeking tranquility and natural beauty.

With its unspoiled beaches, crystal clear turquoise waters, and untouched landscapes, Gavdos offers a peaceful retreat away from the bustling crowds, making it a famous camping destination. 

Visitors can explore stunning coastal cliffs, hike through pine forests, or simply relax on pristine sandy beaches such as Potamos, Ai Giannis and Sarakiniko, as well as Trypiti Beach which is famous for being the southernmost part of Europe.

The island is accessible from multiple ports in southwest Crete, the most popular one being in Sfakia a 90-minute ferry ride away.