Creta Palm Resort

The bright and modern Creta Palm Resort offers up two pools, a hearty buffet and lively entertainment – and it’s just two minutes away from a Blue Flag beach.

The rooms here are spacious and modern, with flat-screen TVs as standard. If you stay in an apartment or a studio, you’ll also have your own kitchenette with a coffee maker.

The main pool is a lagoon-style number fringed by palm trees. The second is long, rectangular and perfect for a swim. Both pools have shallow sections for children.

Breakfast and dinner are served in the buffet restaurant. Chefs cook up a storm at the live-cooking stations and, while you eat, you can enjoy the songs that match the theme of the evening. After night falls, live entertainment is on offer at the pool bar.

Overview of Aghia Marina

Crete is the largest of the Greek islands at 250km wide. It’s also the most southerly, so on a holiday to Crete, sunshine is near-guaranteed.

Aghia Marina has all the amenities you require for an easy-going holiday. It’s incredibly peaceful here, with spectacular scenery and a long, sandy beach. Whether you want to watch the fish swim below the surface or enjoy some traditional Greek cuisine, you’ll have plenty of options close to the Creta Palm Resort. Plus, for something a little livelier, Chania is only a short drive away.

Things to do in Aghia Marina

The beach of Aghia Marina is only a couple of minutes’ stroll away from the Creta Palm Resort. It’s just over 2.5 kilometres long, and because the resort is small, it’s never overcrowded.

Aghia Marina itself is typically Greek. Surrounding the hotel, there are a number of traditional restaurants and bars where you can enjoy an evening meal with a sea view.

If you feel like a change of scenery, the city of Chania is only seven kilometres away. One of the most visited holiday destinations in Crete, here you’ll find nightlife havens, Venetian architecture and shopping centres.

A stay at Aghia Marina will leave you feeling rested and recharged. The tranquil sands and traditional tavernas of this resort will call you back again and again.

Resort Summary

The Aghia Marina beach is the highlight for tourists visiting the area on holidays to Greece. It runs over 2.5 kilometres and, because of the quiet nature of the resort, it’s never over crowded. You’ll always find the ideal secluded spot to lay your beach towel and stretch out, looking towards the clear sparkling waters.

The sea along this Blue Flag winning beach is so transparent you’ll be able to watch colourful fish swim around your feet as you wade in the shallows. There are tons of sunloungers and parasols around, and if you start feeling a little peckish this beach is lined with seafront taverns and restaurants.

Watersports are a high priority at the beach and you’ll be able to join in on all the activities including snorkelling, jet-ski riding and even surfing when the tide is right.