Rethymno Agia Galini
Map Of Agia Galini, Rethymno
Hotels in Agia Galini
With welcoming atmosphere, courteous staff and incredible views, Antigoni Hotel is a great accommodation choice for holidays in Crete. Antigoni Hotel in Rethymno, Crete is a traditional complex, built on an elevated spot in Agia Gallini, just a little distance from the sea and many tourist amenities. All rooms are suitable for disabled people and are nicely decorated. They feature basic modern equipment and enjoy daily cleaning. Room service is available, so guests can have their breakfast privately, while relishing in the magical sea view.
Located in the beautiful Agia Gallini village, Avra Hotel in Rethymno, Crete allows exclusive views over the bay and towards the Libyan Sea. The position is ideal for walking and exploring the great setting and the nearby villages in Rethymno. All rooms of Avra Hotel have air-conditioning facilities, soundproof windows and free wi-fi access. They are minimally decorated and offer fridge and coffee/tea maker. They also feature private bathrooms and balconies with views to the sea or the verdant garden of the hotel.
Reviews of Agia Galini, Rethymno
gual52 04 Aug 2009Swimming and hikingThe area of Rethymno is more quiet and traditional than Chania or Heraklion. We spent four days in Agia Galini last year, on our tour around Crete. This is a small fishing village actually but it has developed in tourism: a lot of rooms to rent, hotels, organized beaches, gift shops, but still not as crowded as Hersonissos.
The only difficult thing about Agia Galini is how you go there. It is located on the south of Rethymno and you had to follow some mountainous roads to go. Maps were not that helpful, we go lost a couple of times. Maps should actually suggest roads, not just show the roads, because some roads are actually awful and track, going up and down in the mountaiis, There may have been better roads from Hersonissos to Agia Galini but we didn't know them. Also something important: put signs in the crossroads!
Agia Galini had some beautiful beaches around it and some fine fish taverns in the small port. There were no monuments around, except for some monasteries but even some of them were abandoned. Things to do in Agia Galini: swimming, hiking and relaaaax...
34gyt 09 Apr 2009Pay attention or you get lostIf we hadn't rented a car, it would be very difficult to go to Agia Galini. We rented a car from the airport of Chania and it took us many, many hours to go to Agia Galini, about 4-5 hours (we even got lost on our way and took us even longer!). The good thing is that we passed through nice villages and saw some true Cretan landscape.
Agia Galini was a nice place with clean beaches around it. It was calm and quiet, just like we wanted our vacations to be. Along the port, there were traditional fish taverns with good prices. As we had the car, we could go for excursions in the area. nice places to go are Plakias on the west and Platanos on the east. A nice village is also Anogia, about an hour from Agia Galini (we found it by chance, because we had again go lost, maybe you should put some signs, guys!). People in Anogia are very nice and I bought a nice table cloth from them. I have it now on my dining table to remember those nice days in Crete.
olgapet 26 May 2008Agia GaliniIt was quite difficult to reach this village, because we arrived in Heraklion airport, rented a car from there and drove to the south of Crete, where Agia Galini is. However, we lost our way many times for lack of signs. If you try the same way, make sure you have a map with you. The village itself was fine, a busy tourist resort. It reminded of a picturesque village only a little. I particularly liked the square with the tall palm tree and some rocky beaches we found in the area. Note that car is essential to visit the area because the public transportation is too poor.