Dublin Family (the eldest child is at school)
- Nicely away from the crowds but within easy enough reach (by car)
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Published on: 19 August 2019
One of the Greek Island’s most famous villa holiday destinations, Crete essentially caters for every taste. Yet while its better-known resorts are equipped for tourism and busy nightlife, vast areas remain beautifully untouched. Cosmopolitan cities, historical sites and - of course - idyllic Greek beaches are just some of the many reasons holidaymakers fall in love with the island. And who can blame them? With villas set near quiet coves, secluded beaches and mountain villages steeped in traditional Greek life, the charms of Crete might be second to none.View villas in Crete
With an irresistible appeal, the northern coast is the coveted location of many of our Crete villas. Holidays here are made to be savoured, from lazy taverna lunches and beach days, to leisurely exploration with a fusion of modern and ancient cultures leaving their mark on the island.
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