Selia is a small village in Crete, Greece, in the municipality of Vamos, in the prefecture of Chania. The village is located in between the towns of Vamos and Georgioupolis on the Drapano Peninsula, close to the north coast of the island, in the Apokoronas region. It has a winter population of 50 and a summer population of about 150. Selia is divided into Upper and Lower Selia. It is a very small, quiet rural village with many older homes and plenty of traditional Cretan charm plus views of the Cretan White Mountains and the Mediterranean Sea. There is a cafenion (coffee house) but all services are available in nearby Vamos.