Thalassa Beach Resort

The adults-only Thalassa Beach Resort has a seafront location and swish pool scene. The hotel’s interiors are really smart, too. The marble lobby features bronze and gold accents, and it’s much of the same in the bedrooms. The hotel even has its own contemporary art gallery.

Outside, the swimming pool has a seaside position, smart wooden decking and stylish loungers. There’s a swim-up bar and neighbouring whirlpool, too. The main restaurant serves up buffets with a cheeky glass of fizz in the morning! And in the evening, it serves an a la carte menu of modern Mediterranean cuisine.

Overview of Aghia Marina

Aghia Marina is a typically Greek resort and during your stay at the Thalassa Beach Resort, you’ll have the chance to experience an authentic Greek way of life.

Nestled on Crete’s north-west coast, it’s a quiet and relaxed town that invites you to relax and unwind on the long, sandy beach. The scenery is truly spectacular and you’ll never get bored of the beautiful panoramas.

Although it’s peaceful, there’s plenty to do when you choose Aghia Marina for your holiday to Crete. It has all the amenities you require for an easy-going holiday, including restaurants, bars and a great range of water sports.

Things to do in Aghia Marina

The Thalassa Beach Resort is sidled up next to a stretch of sand overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and Thodorou Island.

The beach runs for well over two kilometres and because the resort’s quiet, it’s never crowded. The sea’s incredibly clear, so take a stroll along the front of the beach and you’ll be able to see the fish swim under the water. Water sports are a priority, so expect to encounter snorkelling, jet skis and surfing.

When you get peckish, the back of the beach is lined with bars and restaurants that serve food from all over the globe. A stay in the traditional and charming resort of Aghia Marina will leave you feeling rested and recharged!


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.