Things To See And Do In Sitia
Map Of Sitia, Lassithi
Hotels in Sitia
The unit is constituted from: 20 bungalows, 3 apartments, 8 that are spreaded in an extent area of 16 km. above sea. Each room contains: autonomous unit A-C, for heat and cold, satellite TV, mini bar, Refrigerator.Our Hotel unit provides also: swimming pool, tennis court, volleyball court, playground, 1 pool bar, 1 central bar, tavern, lounge with central TV, DVD, home cinema, breakfast room (buffet) , possibility of Internet connection in the reception area.
“Mohlos Villas” is a recently built, zealously looked after, family-owned holiday complex for alternative tourism situated near the charming settlement of Mochlos, on the northern coast of Crete, between Sitia and Ag. Nicolaos – Elounda. It consists of three luxurious villas built above the settlement itself, with a panoramic view of the horizon, at some distance from other lodgings, only 150m from the sea.
Nireids rooms are located in the town of Sitia 30 meters opposite the beautiful beach of Sitia, a unique venue for both the professional and leisure lifestyle. Above you can see from outside the area of the apartments. All rooms are brand new 40m² -60m² and they offer panoramic sea view. The group of apartments is surrounded by a beautiful garden of 4.000m². Rooms have an atmosphere of sophistication and elegance while keeping the relaxing tones to match the town itself. All rooms have a sitting area with private terrace.
Reviews of Sitia, Lassithi
akan 14 Jul 2010Beautiful town with good sightseeingWe stayed in a small hotel in the heart of the town, and just a stone throw away from taverns, cafes, bars, restaurants and shops. We took the bus to the nearest beaches, with sparklingly waters and green environment. We visited the Archaeological Museum which is a repository of tools, pottery, weapons and other artifacts that have been unearthed from the area and which represent the time from the Minoan period to the classical period.
One of the highlights of our stay at Sitia was a tour at the winery of the Union of Agricultural Co-operatives. It is on the national road leading from Sitia to Agios Nicolaos. We bought a few bottles of the fine local wine and also saw the old wine making equipment on display at the winery.
At the village of Marounia, we were quite surprised at how the villagers seem to be leading a traditional life far removed and untouched by the commercial aspects of tourism. As a reminder of their old ways, there is a restored oil-press workshop in the village which is still in use. We also got to see the Sultana Raisin festival (celebrated in other places in Crete, too). They had musical events with a lot of singing, dancing and feasting to commemorate the dried fruit of which Sitia has traditionally been one of the major producers in Greece. We had great fun, not to mention the free wine that seemed to be flowing rather generously. The street food was simply amazing.