Georgioupolis is a seaside village in the prefecture of Chania, which is 40 km from the city of Chania and 20 km from Rethymnon. It owes its name to Prince George of Greece, who was High Commissioner for the Autonomous Cretan State. According to the 2011 census, Georgioupolis has 455 residents.
It is built on the west end of a large sandy beach with sand dunes, in a plain of abundant water, between the mouths of the Almyros Rivers, which forms a lake, and a Pass. Georgioupolis has become a tourist resort and has a small port at the mouth of the Almyros estuary.