Almyrida Beach Hotel

You’ll find the Almyrida Beach Hotel in a low-key location. The hotel does its best to mirror this, too, so it perfectly matches its surroundings. It’s only three storeys high and its walls are whitewashed to look traditionally Greek.

A skittle-shaped pool is framed by a tiled sun terrace with smart blue loungers. A neat palm garden provides some privacy for sunbathers. The main restaurant is a buffet number, but it offers a la carte lunches if you’re feeling peckish. There’s also another lunchtime eatery close by.

There is plenty to keep you entertained at the property, too, including a games room and a miniature bowling alley. And if you want to get out and explore, you can hire a bike.

Overview of Almyrida

A former fishing village, Almyrida is now firmly on the map with people looking for holidays to Crete thanks to the jaw-dropping views. It’s sandwiched between the sparking Aegean Sea and the snow-topped White Mountains, so every view and attraction here will vie for the attention of your camera lens.

The resort’s a heaven for adventurers, but if you’re more into relaxing and soaking up the sunshine, then you’ll also find three Blue Flag beaches within a short walk of the Almyrida Beach Hotel.

Plus, if you fancy something livelier, then you’ll also find Chania close by for sightseeing and lots of shopping opportunities.

Things to do in Almyrida

The Almyrida Beach Hotel has a location that’s really worth shouting about. Not only is the beach directly in front of you, but the resort centre is only a couple of streets away.

The beach is crisscrossed with palms and loungers, so you’ll never struggle for space to top up your tan. Down on the front, water sports allow you to zip across the gentle waters. The beach is also lined with cafes and restaurants so you can take a break from the heat and enjoy a delicious meal.

The resort centre is full of family-friendly fun. You can choose from ten-pin bowling, cave-diving or yoga and pampering. If you’re looking for something leisurely and romantic, then take a stroll on the cliffs that surround the area.

In Almyrida, you’ll have everything you need for a fun break in the sun. With popular sunbathing spots, water sports and breathtaking scenery to explore, breaks here can be as active or as relaxing as you like.

Resort Summary

This peaceful resort has some of the best beaches in Crete and the bay is lined with a row of cafes and restaurants looking out across the water. These establishments come alive at night but still maintain the homely air that makes Almyrida so charming.

The 5th century mosaic on show as you enter Almyrida indicates its long history but there are plenty of up-to-date things to keep you busy on your holidays to Greece. Choose from ten-pin bowling, cave-diving or yoga and pampering. Many also choose to take in the outstanding scenery with leisurely walks along the cliffs or around the local villages in the hills.