Overview of Lyttos Beach
A small and sophisticated resort on Crete’s northern coast, Lyttos Beach has golden sand flanked by two luxury hotels, one of them is Sensatori Resort Crete. The All-Inclusive hotels are the resort’s centre, with the shops, bars and restaurants of Analipsi village a pleasant stroll away, and lively Hersonissos, just five minutes by car.
Lyttos Beach is all about relaxation; its tranquil sands and calm waters are perfect for unwinding and spending quality time together in stunning surroundings.
Overview of TUI SENSATORI Atlantica Caldera Palace
A stunning resort overlooking the Med, TUI SENSATORI Atlantica Caldera Palace is a magical place to stay. With six pools – including a kids’ pool complete with slides and splash areas –seven restaurants and a spa with 23 treatment rooms, this hotel is bursting with holiday vibes. The complex is also an ideal place for weddings thanks to its excellent location and facilities.
If you’re holidaying with young children, make the most of the sensory nursery and Play House offering supervised sessions for 3 to 12 year olds. There’s also an entertainment venue for all the family where you can enjoy live shows. Rooms are comfortable, modern and tastefully furnished, but for that added bit of luxury, stay in one of the swim-up rooms.
Things to do in Lyttos Beach
Venture away from Sensatori Resort Crete to the golden sands and crystal-clear waters of Lyttos Beach. From there you can hire a kayak and head out to sea for the day. The nearby village of Analipsi is a great place to soak up Cretan charm, so make sure you visit the waterfront and enjoy an ice-cold drink as you admire the view.
Crete’s capital city, Heraklion, makes for a wonderful day out. Bursting with ancient architecture and Cretan culture, the city is a 45-minute drive away from the resort. If you like haggling, explore the city’s buzzing market and grab yourself a bargain.
Holidays to Crete are the perfect excuse to relax on the beach with the whole family and guarantee an unforgettable experience under the Cretan sun.