Offering a garden and apartments with a balcony overlooking the mountain, Minos Apartments is located in the picturesque cove of Ligaria in Crete. It is 150 m from the beach and restaurants.All apartments feature a seating area, TV with satellite channels and free Wi-Fi. The kitchenette includes an electric kettle, fridge and coffee machine. The bathroom comes with a shower and hairdryer.
Situated just 200 metres from Heraklion Port, Hotel Life offers quality central accommodation with modern amenities, including Wi-Fi access. The hotel is fully air-conditioned throughout. The well-appointed rooms feature a fridge and TV. Some have balconies overlooking the city. Life Hotel’s bar serves refreshing drinks and beverages. The hotel provides a car rental service to explore Crete. Free private parking is available on site.
Featuring rooms with free Wi-Fi, spacious lounge with bar and a 24-hour front desk, Iraklion Hotel is a modern, family run hotel centrally located in Heraklion. Hotel Iraklion offers air-conditioned rooms equipped with satellite TV, refrigerator and hairdryer. Suites also include scales. 24-hour room service is also provided. Iraklion Hotel is just 5 minutes from the port and 10 minutes from the airport. The Archaeological Museum abstains 2.5km from the hotel. Hotel Rooms: 41
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The CretAquarium - Thalassocosmos (GR: Θαλασσόκοσμος) was officially opened in December 2005. It provides its visitors with a special experience, a trip to the underwater world of the Mediterranean Sea and its creatures. It is a unique park whose focus is on science, education, culture and recreation and whose goal is to promote, share and spread knowledge concerning the marine environment.
At the lovely and cool beach bar our guests will enjoy from breakfast, to any kind of refreshments... The tavern is set just above the beach bar on the roofed veranda with panoramic views to the sea. The menu has it all! For your parties the reception hall can accommodate up to 350 people.
Agia Varvára (GR: Αγία Βαρβάρα) is a town built along the road between the Messara plain and the Malevizi region at the highest point (580 m). The town enjoys a unique location with a splendid view into the Malevizi region, and a cool climate, particularly pleasant during the hot summer months. It produces first-rate fruit and vegetables. Because of its strategic location on the main north-south axis, the town was often exposed to fierce battles. A famous warrior, Mathiou Kapitakis or Mathioudakis was born here: he fought side to side with Karaiskakis and was killed at Faliro. His comrade-in-arms, Logios, was the hero of Aghios Thomas. As you reach the village, on the north side there is a rock with a chapel dedicated to Profitis Ilias. On this rock -which used to be twice as large but part of it fell off at the beginning of the 19th century- there used to be an ancient temple. Nowadays, the visitor can find every kind of commodity and facility on hand at the modern town of Aghia Varvara. In summer a special 'tsikoudia' feast, and in early spring a carnival feast are organized by the Cultural Association of the town. At the centre of the town, there are two churches - one old and one new - both dedicated to the patron saint, Aghia Varvara. Three Byzantine churches are also well worth a visit: Profitis Ilias, Aghios Giorgos and Aghios Ioannis, and of course the old monastery of Aghia Pelagia by the cemetery.
Ahláda (GR: Αχλάδα) is a small village located 24 kms west of Iraklion at an altitude of 300 meters a.s.l. It is close to the tourist resorts of Agia Pelagia and Ligaria, and it has approximately 500 inhabitants, most of them farmers and stock breeders. The name of the village meaning wild pear tree is given probably due to the huge wild pear tree that used to be at the village. According to the records kept during the Venetian occupation, Ahlada was a feud belonging to two brothers (Georgios and Fragiskos Modinos) and had at the time 35 houses and 2 churches.Northeast of the village lie the ruins of another village, that used to belong to these brothers also, Kantinou. The inhabitants of that village together with other from neighboring settlements, were moved to Ahlada after the destruction of their villages from the Turks during the war of 1645- 1669)