Rethymno Clubs

Rethymno clubs

Rethymno, like other parts of Crete, has a vivid and amazing nightlife. All around the region, there are exciting night entertainment options with a variety of music styles, from international pop to Greek and latin rhythms. Music in the clubs in Rethymno starts around midnight and the dancing does not stop until dawn. The busiest and most popular Rethymno clubs are found in Rethymno Town, mainly concentrating in the Old Town and along the beach promenade opposite the port. These are the perfect venues to dance the night away and have fun meeting with new people of all ages. Many summer Rethymno clubs are also situated in the coastal resorts outside Town. There are several beach bars and beach clubs in the tourist areas of Agia Galini and Plakias.

Here are some clubs in Rethymno. Each club is presented with detailed text, photos and point on Google map. If you have visited any of these clubs, feel free to write your review. All request forms go directly to the club manager so that you can make a reservation in person or ask them any question.

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Type: Clubs

Location: Town

Fortezza is one of the oldest clubs in the town of Rethymon. Although it opened its doors in 1985, its decoration is modern and stylish. Over the years, the owners have been continually refurbishing their interiors to keep pace with contemporary tastes.


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Rethymnon - a place blessed with beauty, embraced by breathtaking mountains and the deep blue of the Mediterranean, decorated with renaissance colours and inhabited by people known for their hospitality, honouring their ancestors and traditions.
Venetian legacy, the Fortezza fortress, is the most imposing structure of the Old Venetian harbour. Its foundation was laid by the Venetian Rector Alvise Lando in 1573. For many years, the fortress served as a refuge for the locals when faced with enemy attacks.
The white chapel is built on a small rocky islet, in the middle of the sea, and is dedicated to Saint Nicholas, the protector of seafarers.
The Byzantine monastery of Arkadi lies 22 km south-east of Rethymno and was one of the most important centres of the Cretan resistance during the years of the Turkish occupation.