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Diskouri Monastery

Agro tourism - Religious tourism

The monastery of Diskouri is located 43km east of Rethymnon and is considered one of the oldest monasteries in Crete. Its age is evidenced by the nearby richly decorated Byzantine church of St. John the Baptist.The complex, owned today by the monastery of Halepa, is believed to have been built over an...
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Attali Monastery

Agro tourism - Religious tourism

The Monastery Attali or Bali is built over the hill of Agia Ypakoi, west of Bali, with panoramic sea views to the sea and close to the main road connecting Rethymnon to Heraklion. The region was isolated till 1970, when the highway was constructed, and thus monasticism and asceticism flourished till...
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Luxury hospitality in Crete and beyond

What We Offer

Creteholidayhome Hotels & Villas is a dynamic group of companies that combines authentic Cretan hospitality with contemporary design and tailored-made services.

Our goal is to further establish Crete as a leading destination for globetrotters who seek unique experiences in every...
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Services

What We Offer

The villas

Combining comfort and luxury in a design that would fit in such a fascinating surrounding is not an easy task. Each villa is an elegant haven, whether you’re enjoying your second honeymoon or that long-awaited family trip to Crete. And in order to appreciate it to the fullest,...
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Hospitality

What We Offer

Our villas with exceptional reviews (TripAdvisor, Bookings.com, Airbnb & Homeaway), serve a concept that values every guest and relies on the passion and character of its staff. This is why it is so easy for our hand-picked team of professionals to fulfill your needs.

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Rethymno

Location

Rethymno (Greek: Ρέθυμνο, pronounced [ˈreθimno], also Rethimno, Rethymnon, Réthymnon, and Rhíthymnos), a city of approximately 40,000 people, is the capital of Rethymno Prefecture on the island of Crete. It was built in antiquity (ancient Rhithymna and Arsinoe), even though it has never been a competitive...
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