Bustling beaches and sandy shores offering Stavros all inclusive.
The All Inclusive Stavros review and guide.
Stavros is a discreet and subdued holiday resort
An all inclusive Stavros holiday is based in a tranquil village overlooking the very private Stavros Bay; enjoy stunning sunsets of the Akoriti peninsular situated close to the important resort of Chania, which is the main town on this side of Crete. With plenty of private villas in the area all inclusive holidays to Stavros should be of interest to families or couples on the lookout for a tranquil and dreamy location which has a quick five minute transfer from the airport. With a 10 minute taxi journey to Chania you can make use of the facilities this larger resort offers. There is no need to worry about rowdy nightlife on Stavros holidays, this is very relaxed and subdued with only a small number of bars and restaurants. Stavros is a place to come and relax but also enjoy the nearness of Chania Town and its Old Town, an appealing charming resort with tight lanes with elegant shops and houses, castles, art galleries, places of worship, friaries and museums with enough to keep the busiest of us active.
Stavros holidays relish in two excellent beaches
Protruding out Stavros beach is a dazzling bay with turquoise warm water. There is another beach, West Beach that is for the most times virtually empty, this extensive sand and rocky beach is excellent if you want to get away from the commercialised main beach. Being on all inclusive Stavros holidays will allow you benefit of the nearness of your villa or hotel to the beach. Your lasting memory about the beach will be incredibly abrupt colourless hump mounting on the opposite shores; this shelters the opposite shore and makes incredible heat so make sure you have all the sensible precautions, float around and keep cool on your inflatable lilo air bed.
Stavros is a quiet holiday base handy for making use of Chania’s facilities
Hire a car, motorbike or take a quick ride along the coast or upcountry on the little train to see the well-preserved old-fashioned Crete villages still untouched by tourism. Pay a visit to the local tavernas where you will sample some real Raki, an incredibly strong alcoholic drink. Head down to Chania for an array of trips, from a simple boat trip in a glass bottom boat to a hop on - hop off tour in a double decker bus around Chania. For a more comprehensive full day trip we recommend sailing to Gramvousa Island & Balos Beach, this small island will seem like a period in heaven. If these trips are not included in your all inclusive Stavros holiday package speak to your hotel reception and they will gladly arrange these for you.
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