Dias Studios and Apartments

With its airy rooms and laid-back atmosphere, the Dias Studios and Apartments gets great reviews from guests who return year after year.

Most guests spend their days around the pool that looks out across the olive groves. It comes with a separate section for kids to paddle in and there’s a bar that serves breakfasts, light snacks and light meals to one side.

On an evening, you can cook dinner in your apartment’s kitchenette. After, the poolside bar serves a big selection of drinks until late.

Overview of Aghia Marina

Aghia Marina is a quiet and relaxed town popular with families looking for a slow-paced holiday to Crete.

The resort is famed for its spectacular scenery and long beach. Although Aghia Marina is peaceful, it still has all the modern amenities you need to enjoy a self-catering stay at the Dias Studios and Apartments. Most of the restaurants in town serve traditional Greek food and holidaymakers regularly sit alongside locals in the tavernas. When you stay in Aghia Marina, you’ll enjoy the best of an authentic Greek way of life.

Things to do in Aghia Marina

Location-wise, the shops, restaurants and tavernas of Aghia Marina are just a couple of minutes’ walk away from the Dias Studios and Apartments. A 10-minute walk takes you to the long, sandy beach.

The beach is the resort’s main attraction. It stretches for almost three kilometres and has a great mixture of relaxing spots and zones for water sports. Paragliding is particularly popular, but you can also get a surfing lesson if you fancy a new hobby.

Families love the Little Fun Train that takes passengers on a tour of Crete’s best sights and attractions. You can try a different route every day and visit vineyards, canyons and bird sanctuaries.

Whether you want to explore, feel the sand between your toes or start a new hobby, Aghia Marina’s a great place for a Greek holiday.


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.