Things To See And Do In Ierapetra
Map Of Ierapetra, Lassithi
Hotels in Ierapetra
Dessole Blue Star Resort is well located in the southern coast of Crete just opposite the small island Chrissi. The resort offers pleasant and friendly environment, with beautiful gardens and a long dark sandy beach with crystal clear water. Dessole Blue star Resort is located 5 km away from the largest city of south Crete Ierapetra well known as the southest and warmest city in Greece and one of the warmest in Europe.
Coriva Village situated in Ierapetra. Our hotel offers their visitors the possibility to choose the type of their accommodation among all kinds of rooms, such as twin-bedded, three-bedded, four-bedded, with garden balcony or seaview. There are also Junior and two-room Suites and Maisonettes with two floors which offer comfortable and relaxing accommodation with a view of the longest beach of Crete. All rooms are equipped with telephone, refrigerator, air-conditioning and safe boxes.
The beautiful little town of Ierapetra is located south of the island of Crete and is known as one of the sunniest regions of Europe with more than three hundred days of sunshine a year. Endowed as the area is, in the center - just a breath away from its shores - El Greco Boutique Hotel is a 3* hotel full of freshness and Cretan hospitality.
Reviews of Ierapetra, Lassithi
kathy_greg 11 Jan 2011Hospitable placeIerapetra consists of two district parts, the Old Town and Kato Mera. Take a walk there and you will notice that the character and style of the neighborhood has been retained till today. Near the city of Iepapetra there are two beaches which I really loved. The first one is very close to the city centre, thus it provides certain benefits to visitors. The other is called Koutsounari, not so crowded. The taverns along the small port of Ierapetra have the most hospitable owners. Delicious food everywhere you sit. Do not worry about that, I haven't heard anyone complaining about the food in Greece. Complaints about the service and the prices, yes. But about the food, never! It is amazing how all Greeks are so good chefs!