Agia Galini is a large seaside village in Crete and is surrounded by three mountains, Mount Vouvala, Kedros and Psiloritis. It is built amphitheatrically in a rocky, uphill location offering panoramic views of the Libyan Sea.
We are at the picturesque port of Agia Galini with moored boats and fishing boats and we see panoramic shots of the buildings of the village to the seaside as well as the surrounding mountains.
Then we go up on a large staircase that leads inside the village and watch the filmmaker's friends who sit for dinner in the tavern of the hotel "Pantheon”, owned by Emm. Ryakiotakis, overlooking the sea. Around the corner, we see a sign of the hotel "Libyh". The women of the filmmaker's group of friends are curious about the fishermen's spread nets. We see a road sign that leads to Tympaki and Agia Galini and a panoramic shot of the endless, enchanting beach of Agia Galini.
The filmmaker's car is parked in front of a sign with the map of the Prefecture of Heraklion and a woman from the group studies it as she looks for new destinations.