With the villas ideally located central to the region of Chania, you can explore whatever your taste for life desires. Stunning exotic beaches (Balos, Falassarna, and Elafonissi), traditional mountain villages, monasteries and historic monuments. All within a distance that may vary from fifteen minute to an hour and a half drive away.
Just 5 km west of Chania town you will find the popular sandy beach of Kalamaki. Ideal for couples and families with young children, the beach has crystal clear water and sun loungers to enjoy the Cretan sun. Kalamaki beach is just a short stroll from the villas and close to restaurants, supermarkets, cafes and bars to enjoy your days and nights.
Historians assume that the Gramvoussa islands are the Korrykies islands of the Homeric times. And some may say it is the very island of Aeolus in the Odyssey. Nowadays is a wonderful natural marvel, where you can visit the old castle and swim in its aqua blue waters.
Whoever said that paradise does not exist, has not visited Balos.
The protected ‘NATURA’ area Balos Bay, its white sand and turquoise sea is an absolute must. The amazing Cretan lagoon surely needs to be experienced.
Falassarna bay is one of the most well-known beaches in Greece, which has been awarded as the best beach of Crete and one of the 10 best beaches in Europe in the past. Falasarna spans a huge area with beaches over a kilometre long.
The area around Falassarna is magnificent and is a Natura protected region. If you have time and looking for something romantic, you can wait for the sunset, which is considered the best in Crete.
Venice of the East is regarded by many, and acknowledged as one of the most beautiful cities in Greece.
The Old Town and the Venetian Harbour have remained almost intact, giving the city a special Venetian character and unique in the Mediterranean. Visitors of Chania are attracted by the beauty of the scenic narrow streets, the imposing lighthouse at the entrance of the small harbour and all the amazing monuments that make up the transcendent magic of Chania.
The picturesque city of Chania is the second largest city of Crete, after Heraklion, with more than 60,000 residents.
The most popular canyon in Europe!
At the foothills of the White Mountains, the province of Sfakia is home to the most famous gorge in Europe, the imposing Gorge of Samaria. The gorge became a national park in 1962, particularly as a refuge for the rare kri-kri (Cretan wildgoat).
The gorge,16 km long, starts from the plateau of Omalos, descends through a magical dense forest of cypresses and pine trees, passes between very narrow passages with vertical walls of a height of up to 500m, before reaching the seaside village of Agia Roumeli.