The apt is all on the Ground floor :Guest access
￫ 1 living room with fire place
￫ 1 kitchen fully equipped
￫ 1 bedroom with double bed
￫ 1 bedroom with one single bed and bed of 1 and half place ( so possible to sleep in 2)
￫ 1 full bathroom
￫ Garden with outdoor dining area
Entire space is included in this rental.Additional notes
Please remember that you're staying in a house, not a hotel. Please treat the space with respect. If any problems arise, we will do our best to take action ASAP, but there is no one living on site 24/7.Guest interaction
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I am here for you during your stay, but our level of interaction is up to you.Neighborhood overview
Agioi Apostoloi is a waterfront village, named after a small church called Agioi Apostoloi ("Saint Apostles"), situated in Crete and it is famous for its coves. Found only 4 km from the center of Chania on the island of Crete, it is known for its small protected woods, for a summer beach volleyball competition, and as a favorite beach for winter swimmers. Agioi Apostoloi is located between the city of Chania to the east, and the summer resorts of Agia Marina and Platanias to the west.Getting around
Many inhabitants of Chania visit the sandy beaches during the weekends because they are close to the city, they have sport facilities and in the end they are quite warm even from the first weeks of the summer.
There are three different beaches in Agioi Apostoloi, each one situated in its own small bay.
The most well-known beach in the village is called Chrissi Akti ("Golden Beach"), due to the gold colour of the sand. The second of Agioi Apostoli’s beaches is a horseshoe shaped sandy cove which is popular with swimmers. The beach is 500 metres long and 50 metres wide and can be accessed via wooden boards and ramps. The beach has received a Blue Flag award. The third beach is the smallest beach in this Municipality at 300 metres long and 20 metres wide. The beach is approached by wooden boards and ramps and again has Blue Flag status.
The village of Agioi Apostoloi is also known for its sardine feast. During the feast, lots of people, locals and visitors alike, gather here to freely taste the grilled sardines, drink raki or tsikoudia, and listen to traditional Cretan music.
The waterfront of the Agioi Apostoloi (the park included) is under preservation by the authorities, therefore there is still some green space next to the sea. The local flora consists of many Pine, Nerium oleander, Palmaes and Eucalyptus trees. Sea Daffodil, a rare and protected species with large, delicate, white flowers and a strong scent, also grows in the area.
Environmental educational projects take place throughout the year, particularly regarding the Loggerhead sea turtles that use the coastline to breed.
In the past few years there has been discussion in the local community about whether Agii Apostoli should be protected from any kind of tourist development.
A car is NOT necessary and taxis can be arranged.Let me know if you wish to rent a car and i will be more than happy to help you since i cooperate with local rent a car company