Sirios Village Hotel

A visit to the luxurious Sirios Village Hotel is an opportunity to relax and unwind in one of the island’s finest resorts. It’s not just for adults though – there’s a pool with water slides, which is perfect for the kids. And being so close to the white, sandy beaches of Kato Daratso, you’ll have plenty of time for days out at the beach. The hotel offers a selection of tasty a la carte restaurants, and is also within walking distance of the plush restaurants of Galatas village, not to mention being 5km from the hustle and bustle of Chania town centre. To sum up, Sirios Village Hotel, offers modern surroundings mixed with authentic Greek design. It’s the perfect location for creating long-lasting memories of your holiday to Crete.

Overview of Chania, Crete

Embark on a journey to the picturesque surroundings of Chania in Crete. Located on the northern coastline of the island, you’ll find yourself soaking up the warm Mediterranean rays while sunbathing in the family-friendly surroundings that Chania has to offer. If sunbathing with a cocktail is what you’re looking for, then we’ve got all bases covered. Chania’s all about relaxing by the pool, or unwinding with some water sports amid the stunning scenery. While you’re here, take advantage of some of the authentic cuisine the historic island has to offer. Filled with friendly locals and a jovial atmosphere, you’re sure to experience the holiday of a lifetime during your stay.

Things to do in Kato Daratso, Chania

You’ll have access to some exotic poolside activities available within the Sirios Village Hotel and Bungalow, and at nearby Kato Daratso, you’ll find an array of water sports to enjoy. If you’re looking for traditional Greek culture, it’s well worth taking the short journey into the centre of Chania city where you’ll find the old Venetian harbour, as well as the Greek national football museum. Chania is filled with delicious restaurants and museums highlighting Greek’s vast heritage. A holiday here allows you to find the perfect balance between the island’s history, and the lively surroundings of Kato Daratso beach. Crete is widely known as one of the finest Greek islands, and for good reason.


Resort Summary

On the northwest coast, Chania is the second largest town in Crete, but it still has plenty of unique attributes. With a Venetian harbour, gold sand beaches and an old town bursting with shopping and tavernas, it’s a Greek island metropolis that begs for action-packed holidays in the sun.

Flock to Chania’s shores for marathon tanning sessions, the harbour with a splash of culture at the lighthouse, the fortress and museums, and a large, covered marketplace for retail therapy.

Kids get stuck in at the town’s waterpark and go-kart track, while you can find peace of mind in the home-cooked plates of lamb and seafood at waterfront restaurants.