In Seitang Harbor, on the northeastern side of Akrotiri in western Crete, 20 km from the city of Chania, there is a beach different from all other.
The site is known as Seitan Harbors. The word Seitan is Turkish, which has obviously been left since the Ottoman rule in Crete, and is translated as a dialogue. Therefore the Seitan Harbors are translated as the Devil’s.
However, the Seyhat Harbor beach looks more paradoxical than diabolical.