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Villa | 3 bedrooms | sleeps 7

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Swimming pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car advised
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed
  • Private garden

The villa has three bedrooms and is suitable for 6-7 people and has its own 25 m2 swimming pool set in a nice garden with a stone built BBQ and a play area for children.

The Villa is divivided in 2 floors. On the ground floor there is a living-dining room with feature fire place , a fully equipped open plan kitchen , a bedroom with 2 single beds and a shower/wc. An internal staircase leads up on the 2nd floor and 2 bedrooms, one with a double bed and one with two single beds , sharing a spacious bath/wc. Both bedrooms lead to a balcony with beautiful views. All bedrooms are air-conditioned. The villa is equiped with a washing machine ,a dishwasher, a Satellite TV, Stereo, DVD, safe, home cinema.

Size Sleeps up to 7, 3 bedrooms
Access Car advised
Family friendly Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility
Notes No pets allowed, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Log fire, Internet access, DVD player
General Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Safe, Satellite TV
Utilities Dishwasher, Washing machine
Rooms 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms
Furniture Single beds (4), Double beds (1)
Outdoors Private garden, BBQ
Access Parking

The Crete region

With a size of just under 8,500 square kilometres, that is 260 km across and between 15 and 60 km wide, this strikingly elongated island boasts 1,000 km of coastline.

Its 600,000 inhabitants are concentrated primarily in the urban areas, with more than one third residing in one of the three main towns of Chania, Rethymno, Heraklio, and Aghios Nikolaos, respective capitals of the four administrative regions of Chanion, Rethymnou, Herakliou, and Lassithiou.

Brief history

Cretan history spans well into the Neolithic era, some 6,000 years ago. The island has seen a series of peoples and civilizations reaching their peak and then collapsing only to be succeeded by the next one in row in their strife to hold on to the prized land. The richness of the soil and the strategic position amongst three continents seemed to have lured ambitious invaders from West and East. Thus, the Minoans and Mycenaeans of the pre-classical period were succeeded by the Athenians, then Alexandrians and soon the Romans. Before long, Byzantium took over and desperately resisted the Arab attacks, until it succumbed to the Venetian Crusaders, who in turn had to fight the Arabs and then the Turks, who eventually gained overall control in 1669. The island remained under Ottoman rule until 1913, when it finally rejoined the rest of Greece. This turbulent history and constant melting pot of cultures and civilisations competing for Crete, has left innumerable traces in the culture and landscape of the island, but has most of all, forged a distinctly independent Cretan identity which survives to this day, and proudly precedes the Cretans' Greek origin.

Geography

The island's geography couldn't be simple either! The terrain is amazingly varied, which, though a surprise to those used to the Cycladic islands or the Ionian islands to the west, is a natural consequence of the size and position of the island. Where else in Greece can you see mountain ranges towering well over 2,450 metres, snow-capped in winter and carpeted in local flora in spring and early summer. Mountain plateaus cover the rest of the island, apart from when they are slashed by spectacular gorges, or gently peter out in the low plains reaching the sea. The beaches range from your archetypal sandy paradise, to idyllic little bays and rocky coves with family friendly rock pools, or picturesque fishing harbours with mirror-sharp clean waters and pebbles underfoot.

It is the diversity and size of the island that make the impulsive wish to return a natural reaction of the first time visitor, and, as the well seasoned visitor will tell you, make car rental and even boat hire (or boat trips for the non-mariners) a very reasonable means to make the most of your holiday.

Rethymno

The villas are situated in the outskirts of Rousospiti village , some 6 km from Rethymno town , where all the amenities can be found. The airport distances are as follows, 75 km. from Chania Airport and 90 km. from Heraklion Airport. There are a couple of taverns and a mini market in the village. A car is considered to be essential for exploring the island and the whole area.

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Kostas Nitsos (Property Manager Blue Escape)

  • 2 Years listed

Calendar last updated:23 Apr 2014

Based in Greece

Languages spoken
  • English
  • German
  • Russian

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