Small two-storey Kamelia cottage is located in the village of Kria Vrisi, on the site of an old olive press. There is a modern olive mill next to the cottage, which produces high quality olive oil (extra virgin olive oil will be provided for all the guests).
The total area of the cottage is 65 m2. The house can accommodate up to 3 persons. Interior: an open plan living room with a fully equipped kitchen, a bedroom with a double bed and a small cot. Single bed on the attic floor. There is also a bathroom with shower.
- Balcony with table and chairs
- Terrace with loungers
- Garden furniture
- Beautiful views.
- CD, DVD-player;
- Wireless Internet;
- Air conditioning;
- Electric kettle;
- Hair dryer;
- Iron and ironing board;
- Bed linen and towels;
- Shared washing machine on the territory.
The nearest beach - within 8 km, minimarket - within 2 km.
Kamelia is a traditional complex for lovers of secluded relaxation, which offers magnificent nature, clean air, peace and quietness.
|Latitude/Longitude: 35.3916993 / 23.9060624|
|Airport||Heraklion Airport (HER)||174 km|
|Airport2||Сhania International Airport||50 km|
Kria Vrisi, Chania, Crete
Chania - the second largest city of Crete and the capital of the eponymous district. Until 1971, the city of Chania was also the capital of Crete. It is located in the west of Crete, at a distance of about 140 km from Heraklion and 70 km from Rethymnon. The city is located at the western base of Akrotiri peninsula, 8 km from Chania International Airport, which daily receives thousands of tourists coming to the island. The area combines all that Crete has to offer.
Chania - beautiful bays, gorges and caves, ancient palaces of nobles, ancient fortresses, unique temples and churches. This region, known for its natural beauty, is respectfully called "Oriental Venice". Chania is the greenest part of the island.
So many wars, defeats and victories experienced the city as times changed! Therefore, the appearance of Chania is contradictory and diverse. The architecture expresses Venetian and Turkish influence. Old Town is a maze of narrow streets and numerous buildings in the Venetian and Oriental style. The modern part of the city - elegant neoclassical buildings, broad avenues and squares. In the old part of the city it is worth to visit the walls surrounding the ancient town, the Venetian buildings, the church of St. Francis, the Church of the Saviour and St. Rocco, the Mosque of the Janissaries, the lighthouse - the witness of the Ottoman domination. In the western part of the old harbor on the seafront there is the Maritime Museum, which exhibits are connected with the history of seafaring Cretans.
The city has a market - the only one building in Greece of cruciform shape. The People's Garden, founded in 1870 - a real green oasis - a favorite vacation spot of the townspeople. The main centers: Georgioupolis, Kournas, Chania, Agia Marina, Paleochora, Sfakia, Elafonisi. Chania has lots of wonderful wide and clean beaches.
|-||Nightly rate||Min. Stay|
|Rate summary||€50 - €100||2 Nights|
01-Sep-2023 - 30-Sep-2023Velvet