TUI BLUE Elounda Village Resort and Spa

The TUI BLUE Elounda Village Resort and Spa is seven kilometres from Agios Nikolaos and three kilometres from the fishing village of Elounda. This means you’re never more than a few minutes from some impressive sights and attractions.

The hotel also has links with Crete Golf Club. So, if you’re looking to work on your game or enjoy a round in the sunshine, you can get priority booking slots. On top of this, the hotel also has a PADI diving centre, so you can explore the clear waters.

Crete has a reputation as a beach paradise. When you stay at the TUI BLUE Elounda Village Resort and Spa, you’ll have unrivalled access to beautiful beaches, temple-loads of history and phenomenal food.

Overview of Elounda

One of the most popular of the Greek islands, holidays to Crete greet you with gorgeous shores, mountain landscapes and wild nightlife.

If you’re looking for an easy-going holiday to Crete, Elounda is the place to be. Here, you can soak up the beach vibes around the clock and enjoy the views of the mysterious Spinalonga Island.

There’s a lot more on offer in Elounda than just the beach, though. You’ll find thousands of years of history here, as well as boat trips where you can explore more of the island and its storied past.

Things to do in Elounda

The TUI BLUE Elounda Village Resort and Spa is seven kilometres from Agios Nikolaos and three kilometres from the fishing village of Elounda. This means you’re never more than a few minutes from some impressive sights and attractions.

The hotel also has links with Crete Golf Club. So, if you’re looking to work on your game or enjoy a round in the sunshine, you can get priority booking slots. On top of this, the hotel also has a PADI diving centre, so you can explore the clear waters.

Crete has a reputation as a beach paradise. When you stay at the TUI BLUE Elounda Village Resort and Spa, you’ll have unrivalled access to beautiful beaches, temple-loads of history and phenomenal food.


Resort Summary

The town of Elounda is Crete‘s best-kept secret – it’s technically a small fishing village, but houses some of the island’s most exclusive accommodation that attracts famous faces from around the world. It strikes the perfect blend of relaxing and energetic, with a scenic harbour and seaside, plus ancient ruins to explore.

Elounda faces the island of Spinalonga, whose strange historical sites are easily reachable by boat. And the mystery continues under the water’s surface at what’s left of the sunken city of Olous. But everything’s pretty straightforward when it comes to the town’s bars and restaurants – with tantalising Greek eats and cocktails along the water, they’re just plain fabulous.