Agapi Beach Resort’s gardens host a triple-helping of pools, a theatre, two bars and restaurants that roll out Cretan, Italian and international buffet cuisine. Tennis and cycling are up for grabs, along with watersports on the beach.
SPORTS & ACTIVITIES
Greek cooking lessons and eco-tours are some of the more creative activities. There’s also the usuals, including tennis and bike rental*.
A watersports centre* peddles canoeing and stand-up paddle boarding . Water polo and water gymnastics make a splash in the main pool.
- Step aerobics
Stand up paddle or canoe is available free of charge for 30 minutes, per room per day. Just so you know this is held at the watersports centre, and is weather permitting. Bookings should be made at the hotel reception one day prior.
- Water polo
- Beach volley
- Table tennis
2 tennis courts are available, with lessons* and floodlights* at a charge.
- Garden tours
Eco-tour and presentation of green philosophy.
- Children's playground
- Scuba test diving
Takes place once a week in the pool during June to September.
- Stand up paddling
You'll have half an hour per room per day included in your All Inclusive package.
- Aqua aerobics
- Cooking classes
You can whip up some Greek cuisine and other healthy dishes on a cookery course.
FOOD & DRINK
The beach taverna is all about local produce and traditional recipes, while the Italian place tosses together pizza. If you want snacks to go, the buffet restaurant packs up picnic baskets.
A couple of bars sidle up to the pool and beach. Lounge music is the soundtrack in the lobby bar, which comes decked out in fine art prints.
- Akrogiali Greek tavern
Here you can try Cretan specialities, including buffet lunches and à la carte dinners. This place is open for dinner from mid May to mid October.
- Piazza D'Italia restaurant
Opening Times: [19.00-21.30]
Enjoy a selection of Italian inspired à la carte dishes and locally sourced wine, in a relaxed atmosphere. Piazza D'Italia is open 6 days a week, and has a casual dress code. Just so you know, you'll need to book before 8pm the day before to eat here.
- Agapi main restaurant
There's a Continental early and late breakfast on request from 5am until 7am, plus 10am until 11am. This main restaurant is a buffet number for breakfast, lunch and dinner. During dinner there's show-cooking and a children's buffet, too. Light snacks are served from 9.30pm until 11pm. Themed nights alternate every 2 weeks.
- 1978 Lobby bar
Opening Times: [17.00-01.00]
This main bar offers local and international alcoholic drinks, cocktails, draught beer, soft drinks, plus tea or coffee. Some premium brands* and wines* are offered at a supplement.
- Tenta pool bar
Opening Times: [10.00-17.30]
International and local alcoholic drinks, cocktails, draught beer, soft drinks and coffee are served here. Hot and cold snacks, pastries, ice-cream and fruit are served from 11.00 until 17.00.
- Garden Theatre
There's a range of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks available here. There are 3-4 live shows held weekly, including dancing.
- Beach bar
The beach bar serves an array of cool drinks, plus afternoon tea from 4pm until 5.30pm. There are evening events* between 15th June to 30th September, such as beach parties, lobster evenings and cocktail nights. Just so you know, a surcharge may apply to these events.
- Children's buffet
Includes breakfast, lunch and dinner options.
- In-room breakfast*
- Taka Taka street food restaurant
Opening Times: [12.30-17.30]
You'll find Greek foods such as gyros and halloumi here, plus dishes from Egypt, Turkey, The Middle East and Morocco, too. You'll get one visit included with your stay at this open-air street food eatery. Just so you know, it's open 6 days a week, weather permitting.
HEALTH & BEAUTY
Step aerobics and gym classes launch the early-morning activity schedule.
- Spa and salon treatments*
Massage and other spa beauty treatments are available.
- Fitness club
The Garden Theatre starts the evening with cabaret shows and comedy sketches. But the party really starts at 10.30pm, when the disco kicks off.
For a chilled evening, make for the piano nights at the swish main bar. Cocktails are shaken up here, too.
- Themed nights
A Greek evening takes place weekly, as well as folklore dancing.
- Animation shows
- Piano nights
This takes place in the main bar, twice a week.
- Kids' club
Opening Times: [10.00-12.30, 15.30-17.30]
The hotel-run kids' club is suitable for ages 4-12.
- Teenager's club
Geared towards 13-17 year olds.
- Children's disco
- Live music
There’s a trio of pools. You’ll run across the outdoor ones in the gardens – they’re lassoed by roomy sun terraces.
Amoudara Beach stretches out alongside the hotel. Things like loungers, parasols and a sand-side taverna come as standard.
- 3 outdoor pools
Edged by gardens, sunloungers and parasols on a large terrace.
- Kids' paddling pool
- Pool towels
- Baby equipment
Cots are free of charge, plus highchairs are in the restaurants.
- Internet area*
- Jewellery shop
- Souvenir shop
- Free Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi throughout the hotel is free of charge.
- Greener and fairer hotels
The Agapi Beach Resort supports the TUI Care Foundation's 'Taste Crete' project by serving locally produced wine in its restaurant. The project supports farmers by helping them gain direct access to the tourist market, so they can sell their unique wines to hotels in the area. Not only does this help the farmers, but it means that tourists get to taste authentic Cretan produce while on holiday.
- Safety deposit boxes
Free of charge in all rooms.
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally
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