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A large number of islands, islets, and rocks hug the coast of Crete.
Many are visited by tourists, some are only visited by archaeologists and biologists. A small sample of the islands includes: Crete straddles two climatic zones, the Mediterranean and the North African, mainly falling within the former.
Crete is mountainous, and its character is defined by a high mountain range crossing from west to east, formed by three different groups of mountains: These mountains lavished Crete with valleys, such as Amari valley, fertile plateaus, such as Lasithi plateau, Omalos and Nidha; caves, such as Gourgouthakas, Diktaion, and Idaion (the birthplace of the ancient Greek god Zeus); and a number of gorges.
The island has a number of gorges, such as the Samariá Gorge, Imbros Gorge, Kourtaliotiko Gorge, Ha Gorge, Platania Gorge, the Gorge of the Dead (at Kato Zakros, Sitia) and Richtis Gorge and (Richtis) waterfall at Exo Mouliana in Sitia.
The south coast, including the Mesara Plain and Asterousia Mountains, falls in the North African climatic zone, and thus enjoys significantly more sunny days and high temperatures throughout the year.