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A great view of the sea, with a pool, and within walking distance to many excellent restaurants
A beautiful residence on the beach, made of stone and wood. Quiet, clean, and spacious, the Creta Seafront Residences are very comfortable with a great view of the sea. The sandy beach was not overcrowded in the month of August. We were greeted by a welcoming staff who were always happy to answer any of our questions. It is conveniently located close to grocery stores, a coffee shop and many restaurants. The short walk to Ligouris Grill, was a favourite spot for lunch. Transportation to nearby cities, beaches, and archaeological sites was easy to access, with the KTEL bus station only a 10 minute walk, and the centre of Rethimno, with its many shops and restaurants, a 20 minute walk. Overall, we highly recommend this beautiful rental property with its many conveniences and excellent location. We thoroughly enjoyed our time here.
It was absolutely perfect
Suited our needs perfectly. Quiet pre-season location right by a gorgeous sandy beach which gently shelves into the warm sea. Swimming pool was cold but we visited in April. Hospital shops restaurants all nearby but we elected to cook in each night. Kitchen facilities all functioning and the beds were comfortable.
thank you very much for your good words,
you and your family are always welcome to our villas.
Knossos Palace 86 KLMS
Is the largest Bronze Age archaeological site on Crete and has been called Europe's oldest city. Settled at the Neolithic period, became the ceremonial and political center of the Minoan civilization and culture. The center of Minoan civilization and capital of Minoan Crete lay 5km south of Heraklion. Knossos flourished for approximately two thousand years.
Heraklion Archaeological Museum 86 KLMS
Is regarded as one of Europe’s most important museums, brings together archaeological finds from all over Crete, covering over 5500 years of the island’s history.
The Museum of Ancient Eleutherna displays exhibits from the site of Eleutherna (Greek: Ἐλεύθερνα), a city-state in Crete, Greece which flourished from the Greek Dark Ages until Byzantine times. The site lies 25 km southeast of Rethymno, on a narrow northern spur of Mount Ida, the highest mountain in Crete.
The Museum of Ancient Eleutherna 32 KLMS
was inaugurated on 19 June 2016 and is the fourth museum in Greece exclusively focusing on a single archaeological site, after the museums of Olympia, Delphi and Vergina. The exhibits span a period of three and a half millennia (3000 BC to 1300 AD) and include objects of art and everyday life from Prehistoric, Geometric, Archaic, Classical, Hellenistic, Roman and Byzantine years.
Arkadi Monastery 26 KLMS
is one of the Eastern Orthodox Monasteries underlining the catholicity and universality of the Church.
El Greco Museum 58 KLMS
This small museum in Fodele, which is dedicated to one of Greece’s greatest artists.
Fortezza fortress of Rethymno 2 KLMS
Was built in the 16th century by the venetians in order to protect the city from the Ottomans.
Phaistos 70 KLMS
Is a Bronze Age archaeological site at modern Phaistos, a municipality in south central Crete. Ancient Phaistos was located about 5.6 km east of the Mediterranean Sea and 62 km south of Heraklio, the second largest city of Minoan Crete.
Melidoni Cave 36 KLMS
Is protected by the Prehistoric and classical antiquities of Greece .Late Minoan and Geometric pottery was found at the cave , sign that it has been habited by the prehistoric man, and later it became a shrine dedicated to the giant guardian of Crete, Talos.