Set amongst tropical trees and greenery, Dionysos village is 200 meters from a sandy beach in Kato Daratso. It boasts a free-form outdoor pool, a snack bar/restaurant and a coffee bar. Fitted with elegant wood furnishings, the air-conditioned accommodation offers a kitchenette with coffee-tea-facilities, cooking hobs and a fridge. A TV and safe are standard. Each opens out to a patio or a balcony with pool views. Some include a hydromassage shower. The snack bar at Dionysos village is conveniently located by the pool and provides light meals and refreshing drinks. Guests can enjoy A buffet breakfast served by the pool area. A playground and paddling pool are available for the younger guests areisure Activities include billiards and table tennis. Free Wi-Fi is accessible in public areas. Entertainment options, such as traditional Cretan nights and jazz/rock nights are available upon request with surcharge.Dionysos village is 2.5 miles from the lively city of Chania. The port of Souda is at a distance of 5.6 miles while Chania International airport is 15.5 miles away. Public parking can be found nearby.
Crete. As well as the magnificent beaches and warm seas, the size and physical variety of the island of Crete invites exploration, and Dionyssos Village, located at Agii Apostoloi, Kato Daratso, 73100, Greece, is the ideal staring point. Uniquely among Greek islands, Cretes mountainous spine creates a sense of spaciousness, a life distinct from sea and sand. Fly-drive holidays to Crete – or simply the hire of a car for some days during your stay in Dionyssos Village, will enable you to seek out the rugged formations of the interior, the fertile countryside and tiny chapels filled with frescoes, the mountain villages where time has stood still. Always, the authentic spirit of the islanders, their fierce independence and pride as well as the best cooking and most delicious meals that constitute the famed Cretan Diet will more likely be found where few others are looking. With so much to see, with dolphins to watch, shaded squares to paint, olive trees and wild orchids, Minoan remains and sweeping beaches, no wonder Crete holidays and Dionyssos Village are revisited so often.
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