Heraklion Malia beach
Hotels in Malia
Aegean Sky is a brand new hotel complex offering modern and spacious studios and apartments just a few minutes’ walk from the beach in Malia, Crete’s holidays resort. The accommodation at Aegean Sky Hotel - Suites is ideal to cater for all your needs comfortable and functional. If you're up for sun worshiping hit Malia beach, or relax by the pool.
Surrounded by more than 40000 m2 of beautiful garden landscape the elegant and luxurious Alexander Beach Hotel & Village is perfectly situated directly on a 400 m stretch of private sandy beach along the wonderful waters of the Mediterranean Sea. The hotel is constructed in a Greek village style and offers guests a wide variety of excellent services and amenities such as a restaurant and a lounge bar with marvellous views over the Bay of Malia or a 1000 m2 Mediterranean-style spa area. The village centres of Stalis and Malia are both within walking distance. An extraordinary place to be.
Camelot Royal Beds apartments is a family run comfortable accommodation, situated right on the Malia to Stalis beach road. Surrounding it there are plenty of bars, shops and taverns and a busy road full of people who enjoy the beautiful Cretan summer.
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Reviews of Malia, Heraklion
federpu 19 Apr 2009Much crowded and noisyWe had at first booked a hotel room in Malia for 8 nights but after two days there, I couldn't find some peace. All you see is drunken British with a beer at hand. It is really a shame because the area around is so nice amd the beach is so clean. We immediately packed our things and looked for a hotel room somewhere else, in the close villages. After a lot of effort (it was middle August, the most crowded time to go for holidays in Crete), we found a room in Hersonissos, not that high class as our hotel in Malia but at least quieter.
olkadrop35 17 Jun 2008MaliaMalia has the best taverns on Crete. Very friendly staff and nice drinks. There I ate the best dakos and onion pies. The beach is also nice and very long. Also very crowded, so get your own umbrella because you might not find anyone left.