Sights in Crete

At a distance of 500 m from the hotel, the village Kokkini Hani offers a selection of traditional tavernas and cafes overlooking the sea and a modern shopping center.

The capital of Crete, the city of Heraklion, is 10 miles away from the hotel. The city has many and significant attractions from the Venetian and the Ottoman occupation worth seeing. Heraklion is also famous for its nightlife, offering many restaurants and bars for all tastes.

Ancient Crete, the birthplace of the Minoan civilization, played an important role in the development of the Aegean civilization. The famous Minoan Palace of Knossos and the Archaeological Museum of Heraklion, one of the richest museums in Greece hosting a priceless collection of findings, are located at a distance of 12 km and constitute one of the most famous attractions of Crete.

Marvel the Cretan pottery art that has its roots in the Minoan civilization since 3000BC.

The word Agarathos is the pre-Hellenic name of a kind of bush. Agarathos is one of the oldest monasteries in Crete. It is reported in documents and books of the 16th century and in a manuscript of the British Museum dated in 1559. These documents provide evidence that this monastery, at that time, possessed an important library.

Just 4 km east of the hotel. Its modern infrastructures are ideal for organizing presentations, show rooms, music and other events. Also, it is a very functional conference hall where very important conferences take place.