Perched on the east end of the village of Tsoutsouras, just 500 meters away, lies Pourgonero beach. This remote beach is part of the Tsoutsouras Bay and is located in front of the Sarakinos hill. According to legend, beneath this place lies the eternal sarcophagus of King Minos, the King of Knossos in Greek mythology. The beach consists of two distinct coves separated by sand dunes. It features a mixture of rocks and sand, making it the perfect spot for some much-needed solitude.
The area is also of great importance for the endangered loggerhead sea turtles, who nest in the area from May until autumn. Visitors to the beach in late summer may also be lucky enough to catch a glimpse of the beautiful white sand lilies, also known as lilies of Knossos. Access to the beach is not particularly difficult, as it is very close to Tsoutsouras. There are footpaths that lead down to the beach from the Dermatos road.
Krassas is also home to the first Aloe vera plantation in Greece.