An earthquake measuring 3.9 on the Richter scale was reported at 11.14 (09.14 GMT) west of the Cretan port city of Chania (Hania) on Sunday.

According to the Athens Observatory’s Geodynamics Institute, the tremor’s epicenter was located 24 kilometers southwest of the settlement of Palaiochora.

The quake’s depth was measured at 6.1 kilometers.

No damages were reported from the incident.

The large island of Crete, which faces the Aegean Sea to the north and the Libyan Sea to the south in the eastern Mediterranean has often been shaken by light to moderate earthquakes, with the biggest tremor over past years coming on Sept. 27, 2021, when a 6.0 magnitude quake shook an area southeast of the island’s largest city, Irakleio (Heraklion).

The quake killed one person and injured 36, with more than 5,000 older buildings damaged.