Innachori (Greek: Δήμος Ινναχωρίου) is a group of villages and a former municipality in the Chania peripheral unit, Crete, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Kissamos, of which it is a municipal unit. The name means 'nine villages'. It is a shady, hilly area in the southwest of the island.
Innachori is rugged and remote, and known for its chestnuts. It is increasingly popular with tourists, particularly the white sand beach and warm shallow waters at Elafonisi.
The seat of the municipality is Elos. Settlements of the Innachori include:
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Divisions of the Chania prefecture
Provinces of the Chania prefecture
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
Medieval Greece / Byzantine Empire
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