ICandy Apartments

The ICandy Apartments make a great base for exploring Malia. The property’s in a peaceful spot, but you’re only a couple of minutes’ walk away from the action on Malia’s strip.

The owners will give you a real Malia welcome and they’ll arm you with information on all the best places to enjoy a big night out. During your stay, you’ll have VIP access to Candy, Malia’s biggest nightclub.

At the hotel, the pool is a real focal point. It’s a good size and also comes with a whirlpool bath for when you don’t fancy getting your hair wet. Food is served at the bar, which cooks Greek favourites and English classics.

Overview of Malia

Malia is a buzzing resort that serves up plenty of round-the-clock fun. When you choose Malia for your holiday to Crete, you’ll enjoy a stay in a town filled with energy.

The resort is split into two distinct halves. The coastal part of town includes the ICandy Apartments. It has six beaches backed by bars and one of the best nightlife scenes in Europe. The other half includes the old town, where things are quiet and sedate.

Things to do in Malia

You’re less than five minutes’ walk from the strip at the ICandy Apartments, so you’ve got Malia’s best bars and clubs on hand. Each of the resort’s six beaches has its own personality. So, whether you’re wanting to nurse the effects of the night before or get the adrenaline pumping, you’ll find a spot that suits.

In the evening, the strip’s the place to be. It’s neon-lit and packed with bars and clubs that pull out all the stops. The main strip’s closed to traffic at night, and even the food places stay open until 2am. With a great mixture of late-night parties and beautiful beaches, Malia’s a destination that serves up 24 hours of fun.

Resort Summary

The vibrant town of Malia is made up of two distinct halves, which are split by a main road that’s bursting with energy. The first encompasses the coastal part of town, where you’ll find six beaches backed by bars, plus one of the best nightlife scenes in all of Europe. On the other half of town is where quieter days are spent, strolling along the cobbled lanes of Malia’s old town and sipping coffee from the terrace of a local taverna.

Because really, there’s no need to pick between raucous and laid-back holidays – in Malia, you can have them both.