This beautiful house is surrounded by a fenced yard, covered with grass and some olive trees, the ideal scenery for enjoying an outdoors dinner.
Upon entering there is an open plan bright and airy large sitting, dining and kitchen area.
Modern furniture and pastel colours characterize the interiors, whilst the living area benefits from an energy fireplace, to warm your cozy winter nights.
The kitchen has plenty beautiful white cuboards and is equipped with inox latest technology appliances.
The house has two romantically decorated, comfortable bedrooms, the one is airconditioned with ensuite bathroom with a shower and a double bed, whilst the other with two single beds which can easily be combined in one.
All in all this house has all it takes to be your base from where to explore the beauties of Crete!
The villages of Galatas and Daratso were initially small hill villages overlooking the beach of Kalamaki, a little to the West of Chania. These villages saw some development in tourism some years ago especially near the sea.
The lower parts became known as Kato (meaning “down” or “low” in Greek) Daratso and Kato Galatas. Galatas and Daratso were also “discovered” by Cretans who wanted to escape living in the city of Chania and have become quite suburbian by now although they still retain a quiet, residential atmosphere.
Nea Kydonia is a municipality in Chania Prefecture on the outskirts of Chania on the island of Crete, Greece. The area is accessed by seeking its beaches in proximity to Chania. It saw fierce fighting during the Battle of Crete during World War II and there the main prisoner of war camp for Allied soldiers in Western Crete was in Galatas.
The seat of the municipality of Nea Kydonia is in the village of Daratsos. Galatas has a popular beach at Kalamaki and a port called Kato Galatas. Agia Marina, Stalos and Daratso are other principal settlements of the municipality, as well as the uninhabited island of Agii Theodori. It is part of the province of Kydonia.