Maria Beach Hotel
Maria Beach Hotel
[su_spoiler title="Description" style="fancy" icon="arrow-circle-1"]Agamemnon, Kissamos, Chania, Greece/ Αγαμέμνωνος, Κίσσαμος, Χανιά, Ελλάδα,Greece/In the middle of ‘paradise’ you may find ‘Maria Beach’, a sandy beach-front hotel with apartments, who welcomes you and your family to experience true leisure during your holidays. Small enough to care for its guests, yet big enough to cope! The hotel consists of guest rooms, spacious studios and apartments, most of them have unlimited sea views. A child friendly sea-shore is only footsteps away. Sun beds and umbrellas are provided on the beach in front of our hotel and assure that you will enjoy the sun, sea and beach throughout the whole day! Maria Beach operates a traditional restaurant right on the beach where sunsets are breathtaking and the dishes superb. Breakfast is served on a beach front terrace where the sound of the waves will relax you. A beach bar provides refreshing drinks, cocktails and snacks from the morning until midnight. The hotel is located just 400 meters from the center of the Kissamos Town and lays in a gorgeous bay, which is literally surrounded by the most beautiful sandy beach and picturesque mountains. We hope to see you soon; here were people are still smiling and welcoming tourists in appreciation.
The lagoon of Balos located in Cape Gramvousa, the southwest point of Crete near the town of Kissamos. You can go to Balos by boat from Kissamos or drive a dirt road which at the end needs a little hiking. The sea is warm with clear waters and stunning colored sand. Considered the most impressive part of the prefecture of Chania along with Elafonisi.
The ancient Falasarna is located 59km west of Chania, and consists of 2 large beaches. Here was the ancient maritime port of Polyrinia. The name comes from the nymph Falasarna. Falasarna was an important city of Polyrinia, which had their own currency depicting a woman on one side and the letters FA on the other. In the ruined city you can watch the city walls, parts of the wall of the Acropolis, the remains of houses, tombs and a stone throne, which is alleged to be dedicated to the God of the Sea, Poseidon. The ancient port is still under excavation.//www.mariabeach.gr[/su_spoiler]