Selino province (Source)

Selino is a province and historical region of Greece on the island of Crete. It is located in the remote southwestern corner of the island, in Chania Prefecture. It is a rugged and remote area in the foothills of the Lefka Ori (White Mountains) and also includes Gavdos, an island to the south of Crete considered the southernmost point in Europe.

Selino Satellite image

The province is divided into three municipalities and a community:

Anatoliko Selino



Gavdos - island and community

The region's name derives from the Venetian castle at Paleochora, 'Kastello Selino'. Paleochora, now a resort, and the capital Kandanos are the two principal towns in Selino. Sougia is a small but growing resort.

Divisions of the Chania prefecture

Provinces of the Chania prefecture

Apokoronas | Kissamos | Kydonia | Selino | Sfakia

Municipalities of the Chania prefecture

Akrotiri | Anatoliko Selino | Armeni | Chania | Eleftherios Venizelos | Fres | Georgioupoli | Innachori | Kandanos | Keramia | Kissamos | Kolymvari | Kryonerida | Mousouri | Mythimna | Nea Kydonia | Pelekanos | Platanias | Sfakia | Souda | Theriso | Vamos | Voukolies

Non-municipal communities of the Chania prefecture

Asi Gonia | Gavdos

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