Ferma is a small village on the southeast coast of Crete, in between Ierapetra and Makrigialos, with a couple of hotels and taverna's. The beach is large and with sand and pebbles. On one side there is a small taverna with just a few umbrellas and sunbeds, on the other side there is nothing but the beach. This side is also used by the naturists - us in this case because there was nobody else on the beach besides two people near the taverna- but we were told that this is the naturist part of the beach. The sea is crystal clear and it has a bit of pebbles when you get into the water.
The best part of the naturist beach is at the end where the unfinished church is. Here it is sandy and easy to get into the water.
There are several tavernas in the village and also a good supermarket.