There’s H20 everywhere here. You’ve got a main pool, one for kids, another in the spa, and suites with extra private or shared pools. Youngsters can totter down to the beach for kids’ club sessions and fun in the playground, while aqua aerobics and volleyball games keep everyone else busy. Once you’ve built up an appetite, there are three buffet restaurants, as well as a snack corner, and pool and beach bars.
SPORTS & ACTIVITIES
A lot goes on by the sandy stuff here. The hotel-run kids’ club, pool and playground are all down here. Plus, you can get your blood pumping with an aqua aerobics session in the sea, or a game of volleyball.
- Aqua aerobics
- Tennis court
FOOD & DRINK
Buffet fans are in luck at this place. There’s a main buffet restaurant, as well as a beach joint and somewhere specialising in Italian grub. The last two mix it up, opening on alternate evenings.
The Sweet Corner takes care of any cravings with its afternoon sugary spread.
- Bacchus main restaurant
This air-conditioned restaurant serves a wide and varied selection of Greek dishes, with an emphasis on Cretan foods, plus you'll find international cuisine. And there's vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free foods on request, too. If you'd like to dine al fresco, then there are 2 outdoor verandas which overlook the pool or garden.
This bar's complemented by a terrace with comfy sofas, enabling you to sit back and unwind with a drink in hand. It livens up as evening draws, with its daily themed nights and shows.
This Italian buffet restaurant pays tribute to Italy's famous foods including homemade pizza, pasta and fresh salads.
This beachside buffet restaurant dishes up local foods and grilled specials, plus Mediterranean and international cuisine, with a sea view to boot.
- Sweet corner
If you have a hankering for something sweet then this place serves homemade waffles, ice-cream and pastries to enjoy on the terrace.
The drinks menu here is flowing with options including soft drinks and juices as well as classic cocktails, and freshly brewed coffee. Light snacks are available if you're feeling peckish.
This bar is down by the beach and its menu lists juices, soft drinks and classic cocktails, with soft music and waves lapping complementing the scene.
HEALTH & BEAUTY
For feet-up relaxation, head to the spa*. There are all sorts of ways to unwind, from massages* and blow-off-the-cobwebs gym workouts, to swims in the indoor pool.
This small gym has all you need for a workout including a treadmill, cross trainer and stationary bike, plus some weights, too.
- Aegeo Spa*
Spa goers can enjoy a head-to-toe pampering session.
- Hot tub/whirlpool
Adjoined to the outdoor pool.
Make sure to grab a ringside seat for the evening show at the main lounge bar. If that’s not your cup of tea, you can go for drinks at the beach bar.
- Kids' club
Children will be busy at the hotel-run kids' club with a seemingly endless list of activities and games.
- Evening entertainment programme
The Centro bar hosts daily themed nights and shows.
Comfy sunbathing’s easy to come by. Padded loungers huddle by the pool, and there’s a hot tub with massage chairs in it. There are a load more beds on the sands, along with private cabanas* to hire.
- Outdoor pool
The hotel's freshwater pool has certainly got the wow-factor. It's surrounded by padded sunbeds, plus you'll be able to luxuriate in the whirlpool attached to it.
- Kids' pool
The kids' pool is located by the beach.
- Indoor pool
You'll find the indoor pool within the spa area, and it's ideal for those seeking a quiet swim. It's lined with padded sunbeds, too.
- Pool towels
- Gift shop*
- Free Wi-Fi
- Reception area
There's a mini-market* and jewellery shop*.
Items marked with * incur extra charges which are payable locally
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