Prices

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For up to 5 guests

Period from To Weekly Weekday night Weekend night Minimum stay Changeover day
Summer /hight 1 Jul 15 1 Sep 15 €595 €85 €85 3 night Flexible
Automn hight 1 Sep 15 1 Oct 15 €525 €75 €75 3 night Flexible
Autonm low-winter 1 Oct 15 1 Nov 15 €455 €65 €65 3 night Flexible
winter/early spring 1 Nov 15 1 Apr 16 €455 1 week Flexible
Spring 1 Apr 16 1 Jun 16 €490 €70 €70 3 night Flexible
Summer/low 1 Jun 16 1 Jul 16 €540 €77 €77 3 night Flexible
Summer-hight 1 Jul 16 1 Sep 16 €610 €87 €87 3 night Flexible
Automn/hight 1 Sep 16 1 Oct 16 €540 €77 €77 3 night Flexible

Please note: these prices may exclude fees and can vary depending on when you stay and how long for. Prices are also subject to change at the advertiser’s discretion.

Special long term and winter rates.
25% deposit required
cash payment or bank transfers preferable.

Conditions

SPECIAL WINTER AND LONG TERM RATES
Fissi Villa is just a short drive away from Aghios Nikolaos. The seaside resort town of Aghios Nikolaos itself is just as lively out of season, with boutiques, supermarkets, tavernas, bars and cafes all open. Enjoy a coffee in the square or by the harbour in the warm sun and watch the world bustle by. The cinema shows all the most recent films in their original language. Without the extra volume of tourist traffic, driving becomes a relaxing pleasure. Depending on the month trips can be organized to a local raki still; another time you can assist in some olive picking and see the wonderful olive oil being produced. Or leave the superficiality and pressure of Christmas behind and enjoy low-key festivities in the sun.

January and February can be the rainy months when short tropical showers turn streets into rivers, very soon followed by sunny and dry days. Temperatures vary from 16-23 degrees at daytime. Nights can be cooler  and sometimes temperatures fall to 10 degrees
Springtime is the perfect season for walking and you can find botanic beauties that are nowhere else in the world. The main Gorge Samaria is closed in the winter but there are plenty of others offering their footpaths for a long day hiking. All major museums and archaeological sites are open to the public. Enjoy the real Crete in a light-hearted way and learn more about its people, history and culture.