In a unique waterfront location, experience the feeling of relaxing in your own heaven.This beautiful wooden detached house includes all the amenities and every convenience to ensure you enjoy a comfortable stay.A large enclosed garden -included a volleyball court- is waiting for you to help you have fun, relax and enjoy the marvelous Cretan sun.An ideal spot for anyone who wishes to get away from the crowded touristic areas, yet being close enough to visit them.
Get away from the daily routine and indulge in the magic of nature, in a protected area of the Natura 2000 Network. Enjoy a bright, spacious and clean house with a special layout, cosy furniture and relaxing atmospere. It is shaped so that the guests can coexist harmoniously.
In our house you will find TV, Wifi, fridge, cooker, washing machine,dish washer,microwave oven and small electrical appliances such as toaster, coffee maker,multi,blender, hair dryer, steam iron and ironing board.
Also available: brushwood, coffee and tea, kitchen utensils and household items to use.
After each visit all bedding and linen is washed and sterilized, even the blankets. Hygiene plays a major role for us.The pillows are not only covered with pillow cases, but with special protective cases too, which are removed and washed each time.
Only 1 km away from the national road, our home is also a great starting point for excursions.Live next to a dreamy sandy beach with crystal clear waters an unforgettable rejuvenation experience.
Disponible para huéspedes
The city of Chania, the capital of the prefecture of Chania, the westernmost regional unit of Crete, is the most popular holiday destination in Crete and one of the most beautiful destinations in Greece.
Extension of the city, stretching to its west, lies the large coastal resort area of Kato Stalos - Agia Marina - Platanias ( the location of the house) where the frantic fun throughout the day and night, takes place in the beach-bars & clubs of the area.
Apart from the beautiful old town and the cosmopolitan areas of the north coast near the city of Chania, the prefecture of Chania is ideal for day trips where you'll visit exotic beaches and will see remarkably natural landscapes. You will also travel to different periods of the island's rich history, on the occasion of the monuments that you will encounter.
Atención a los huéspedes
We will be delighted to welcome you in our villa, share our knowledge about Chania and show you the meaning of Greek hospitality.We are here for you 24/7 for anything that you wish or might come up.
Otros aspectos destacables
Chania is admittedly one of the most beautiful towns in Greece, as it is considered a mosaic of cultures, flavours, history, mountainous and coastal landscapes. But it's the people that play the most important role in the town's developments.
Your visit in Chania will surely start and end in the Venetian Harbour, one the most beautiful places in town. However, the Old Town will too make a great impression featuring a fountain, a stonepaved square, traditional houses, the Splantzia neighbourhood and St. Nicolas church, the hill of Kastelli -the old acropolis- as well as the iconic Venetian Neoria (arsenal), some of which have been turned into cultural centers. On the other hand, the new town featuring the Municipal Gardens and the aristocratic neighbourhood of Chalepa adds its own special charm to Chania. Here, guests can visit the house of Eleftherios Venizelos. Shopping options are available in the indoor Municipal Market of Chania, as well as in Machairadika and Stivanadika, where visitors can find handmade leather goods and samples of traditional Cretan costumes. And when the night falls visitors ought to make a stop in Kum Kapi lined with a wealth of restaurants, cafes and bars. Those of you who wish to party till dawn can head to the clubs of Platanias.
And a few words about Samaria...and particularly its famous gorge!
Hikers are sure to love this top natural attraction in Crete, as it's one of the most marvellous natural lanscapes in Europe. The people of Sfakia tend to call it Faragas, meaning great gorge, to express their admiration. It's the biggest among the numerous gorges in the National Park of Samaria and hides a wild beauty that magnetizes the crowds. The trail is easy to walk and organized rest areas with fresh water are found every 2kms. In the middle of the gorge, visitors will come across the remains of the uninhabited village of Samaria with its 14th century Byzantine church of Venerable Mary of Egypt, after whom the area was allegedly named (Osia Maria-Sia Maria-Samaria). For security reasons, the gorge remains closed from October to May. The exact dates may differ depending on weather conditions.