The luxurious Villa will be your private paradise for summer and winter! It is located in Tsikalaria, Chania, only a few kilometers from the center of magnificent Chania.
Built on a small hill, the Villa is quite isolated, a private property on the most beautiful part of the island Crete, offering the visitor panoramic views and the opportunity to combine mountains and sea. Just enjoy!
Surely you will relax in the villa! This luxurious oasis is waiting for you and your friends to relax while watching the most beautiful sunsets.
The Villa's master bedroom is bright with minimal and modern decoration and provides breathtaking views of outskirts of Chania and the heated pool of the villa.
It has a king size bed with a mattress topper or it can be separated into 2 single beds depending on the guests. It has a flat-screen TV, Netflix, a fully equipped inner bathroom and a walk-in wardrobe where you can comfortably arrange your clothes.
The second bedroom can accommodate up to 2 people as it has two single beds that can be joined in double, while the third has a bunk bed and can also accommodate up to 2 people.
All rooms have breathtaking views of outskirts of Chania, "Media Strom" mattresses with mattress toppers, as well as reclining windows with electric roller shutters.
Check in after: 2:00 PM
Check out before: 11:00 AM
Tsikalaria is a beautiful village, situated in a green area at the foot of the mountain Malaxa, in Chania. It is located in the northeast of the county, just two and a half kilometres from the port of Souda and six kilometres from the city of Chania.
In Tsikalaria, the residents observe the custom of the production of rosewater blossom of sour orange trees, habit brought in Crete by the refugees from Asia Minor. Originally, they collect the flowers of sour orange trees, in March, at flowering trees, then put them in the freezer and the distilling is taking place in Tsikalaria, just before Easter as rosewater is used in the Epitaph Holy Week and for the preparation of traditional sweets in those days.
At the bottom of the cauldron, they put leaves of bitter orange with branches, then throwing the flowers and add a sufficient quantity of water to cover the content. Then, they add a little salt - for the maintenance of rosewater - and immediately after putting the mixture into ammo to boil. The distillation process takes place outside the old church of St. John in Tsikalaria.
If you find yourself in Tsikalaria, not forget to visit the Byzantine church of Panagia.
If you consider Chania one of the most beautiful places in Greece, you will hardly find someone to disagree with you. The beauties of western Crete are endless: monuments, from every time period, the beaches, the White Mountains, countless small and large gorges, unique geological formations and of course, the Gorge of Samaria, that is known throughout the world and is one of the most important on the planet.
Minoan Chania is mixed with ancient Greek and later Roman and Byzantine times. Later, the Venetian rule, as well as the subsequent Turkish rule, have left throughout the whole area monuments, churches and attractions, such as the old port of Chania with its beautiful lighthouse.
Elafonisi and Balos are two amazing monuments of nature. Each visitor bows to the majesty and awe they inspire, while thousands of people visit them every year. The endless sandy beaches in northern Chania, one of which is Falasarna, create a charming contrast with the small bays and picturesque villages in the south, Sfakia, Paleochora and Fragokastello.
The southern border of Greece and Europe, Gavdos, has unique beauties and stunning beaches, while the sense of being on the edge of a continent is an experience in its own.
The traditional Cretan hospitality will welcome you in Chania, wherever you find yourself - from the touristic coast to the most mountainous and isolated village - and will make you feel so good that you will not want to leave, or you will definitely want to come back!
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