Livadia village is a tiny village on the Western tip of Crete, with spectacular rugged, rocky coastline dotted with caves, coves and unspoilt beaches. It is located in the middle of the European path E4- a seaside route of exceptional natural beauty- that starts at the village of Kambos and continues through the villages of Livadia, Chrisoskalitisa and Elafonisi. The route is typical of the rugged beauty of Crete with amazing changes of the scenery between olive and locust trees and sea-beaten rocks of black and red volcanic lava. The beach of Livadia is ideal for snorkeling and fishing and also for swimming which is preferred not only by the residents of the village but also from the visitors. The landmark of Livadia village is the last large sculptured rock, characterized as a monument of nature. Behind the rock there are clusters of small lakes with green waters. There are also sandy and pebbly coves ideal for a swim.