The mountainous inland hosts small picturesque villages that seem untouched by time, scattered churches, towers and castles. The whole of Crete is a particularly interesting archaeological site and its monuments witness its stormy history: Roman ruins, secluded monasteries, Minoan cities, Byzantine chapels, Turkish minarets are some of the picturesque scenes of Crete.

Western Crete is a real paradise for the active traveler offering a large network of ancient trails and shepherd paths for the walker, a wealth of quiet back roads with stunning views for the cyclist and great underwater sites for the diver.


Mountain biking
Water – sports
Wind – surfing
Speedboat chartering
Horse Riding
Bungee Jumping


The nearest airport to reach us is the Chania airport of Souda (code CHQ), located 28km away from the villa.

This international airport serves several daily flights from Athens as well as plenty direct charter flights from all over Europe.

Transfer time from Chania airport is approximately 30 minutes.

Heraklion airport (code HER) is also convenient, with a larger network of direct charter flights, at 145km away, an approximate 2 hours drive.

How to Get Here


1.5km to Gerani village
3km to nearest beach
5km to all amenities at the resort of Platanias (bakery, supermarket, ATM, doctor, shops, restaurants, nightlife)
14km to Genaral Hospital
28km to nearest airport at Chania (145km to Heraklion)
15km to Chania town
70km to Rethymnon town
40km to the West coast sights (Falassarna, Gramvousa, Balos)
45km to Omalos Plateau and Samaria Gorge
65km to South Coast beaches (Paleohora, Elafonissi, Sougia)

A journey along its beaches

A trip along the beautiful beaches of Chania guided by two synchronized swimming athletes.

A journey through its flavours

A few nights in Chania, the jewel of Crete. Discover its many flavours as we follow a a food critic through its restaurants and nightlife.

A journey through the Old Town

A day in the Old Town of Chania, the jewel of Crete. Discover its beauties as we follow a couple destined to meet each other amongst its historical, cobbled streets.

A journey through the countryside

Instead of watching the movie “Zorbas” again a tourist leaves his rainy home and comes to Chania, to dance his Syrtaki on Stavros beach – where the movie was shot – and other beautiful spots of Chania’s countryside.