Esperia Beach Apartments and Suites

At the Esperia Beach Apartments and Suites, a small pool comes with a sun terrace dotted with a handful of stripy loungers and big parasols. Rethymnon Beach also rolls out right in front of the hotel, so it’s easy to swap between the pool and the sea.

Each apartment comes with a kitchenette and a dining area, plus a big sea-view balcony made for al fresco dining. When you don’t feel like cooking, an open-air bar serves up breakfast, snacks and drinks by the pool. You can sit inside or on the street-side patio.

Overview of Rethymnon

Rethymnon is a charming seaside spot that expertly blends old and new. Underneath the watchful eyes of the Venetian Fortezza, you can walk between museums, attractions and places that educate you on Crete’s past. Mixed in, there are plenty of places to enjoy contemporary cuisine and designer shops.

This authentic Greek destination is incredibly popular with people looking for holidays to Crete. When you leave the Esperia Beach Apartments and Suites, there’s a laid-back harbour to explore, historic sites to see and natural beauty of mountainous proportions.

Things to do in Rethymnon

There’s a Blue Flag beach right across the road from the Esperia Beach Apartments and Suites. Plus, you’re only a couple of kilometres from Rethymnon’s old town.

The old town is like something from a postcard – walking along the scenic avenues, you’ll drift between historic and modern scenes. There’s Ottoman and Venetian influences everywhere, but the city also has plenty of designer boutiques and modern restaurants.

On the front, there’s 12 kilometres of sand. So, when you fancy a relaxing day, you’ll never struggle for a place to lay your towel.

With seaside charm, a stunning old town and plenty to explore, Rethymnon will take a special place in your heart.


Resort Summary

Located along Crete‘s northern coast, Rethymnon is a charming seaside town that expertly blends the old with the new. Mixed with Renaissance architecture and stone-laden mosques, you’ll find contemporary cuisine and shops throughout the old quarters and along the harbour.

Underneath the watchful eye of the Venetian Fortezza – or castle – you can drift between museums and explore Rethymnon’s colourful past. Or spend a day lounging by the beach, hiking through a steep gorge or sipping coffee underneath 16th-century archways. Rethymnon is an authentic Greek destination, with the vibrancy of a town that’s been thriving for thousands of years.