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''Paradise'' room with sea view.

SuperhostAgia Roumeli, Greece
Private room in flat hosted by Maria
2 guests1 bedroom1 bed1 private bathroom
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Dear guests!
We are glad to present you our small lovely place on the southern coast of Crete. You will have peaceful relaxing time here. Rooms with wonderful sea view and a balcony to sit at evening. Clear water of the sea to swim in and wild and an organised beach near. We also have a tavern on the first flor where you can eat breakfast lunch or dinner.
We also included a kettle in the room so you can have hot water if you want a drink.
The lunch or dinner are available and not included.

Other things to note
Our tavern is called "PARADISE".

Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 queen bed

Amenities

Breakfast
Wifi
Free parking on premises
Air conditioning
Iron
TV
Hangers
Essentials
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Unavailable: Smoke alarm

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Agia Roumeli, Greece

Agia Roumeli is a coastal village with around 100 permanent inhabitants and it is situated in the southwest of Crete. Agia Roumeli lies in a rough Cretan landscape and is surrounded by high mountains. It is mainly known because it is the end of the trip through the Samaria Gorge. In high season it can suddenly get very busy in the village (350,000 people per year visit the village because the walk through the Samaria Gorge is just about the most popular excursion on Crete).

Most people see Agia Roumeli only as a transit station after a tiring hike. The village is also accessible by one of the ferries that daily visit the village connecting Agia Roumeli with Loutro, Paleochora, Chora Sfakion and sometimes with Sougia. In these villages the tour buses depart homewards again (or: hotelwards). Other people see Agia Roumeli as a place to stay a bit longer and from where to make long nature walks and visit the smaller deserted beaches that lie in the area of Agia Roumeli.

Agia Roumeli is peacefull, small and feels like a village somewhere ... nowhere. It is located between the ravish blue Libyan Sea and the steeply rising mountains at the exit of Samaria Gorge and is built on the ruins of ancient Tara, who was famous for its oracle and was destroyed by an earthquake in 66 AD. A great destination in order to relax on the pretty beach of fine pebble right by the village, enjoying the clear sea and the dramatic mountain backdrop. One can have this lovely beach more or less to oneself both before noon and in the late afternoon. In the midday hours it is shared with the "Samaria gorge walkers" but the beach is long and with just a few minutes walking distance there is peace and quiet. Towards the East, one can walk along the shore, following a coastal path to the ancient Byzantine chapel of Agios Pavlos. This is the spot where St. Paul is said to have landed on Crete on his voyage to Greece.Or maybe walk the hill above Agia Roumeli to the ruined Turkish fortress and enjoy the stunning "mouth"of Samaria Gorge, the village of Agia Roumeli, the beaches to east and west and, of course, the vast blue Libyan Sea, interrupted only by the islands of Gavdos and Gavdopoula, the southernmost frontier of Europe. The walk takes half an hour to an hour and the path does not pose any particular difficulties, don't forget to get some water and a hat. In case that you feel still fit and strong enough, walk further to find the ruins of a second fortress. The path is all uphill and the fortress is in a poor state of preservation. At Agia Roumelli ends up the Samaria Gorge. If you wish you can see the last part ( till the famous narrow point " portes") of the gorge.
Agia Roumeli is a coastal village with around 100 permanent inhabitants and it is situated in the southwest of Crete. Agia Roumeli lies in a rough Cretan landscape and is surrounded by high mountains. It is mai…

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Joined in August 2017
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Check-in: Flexible
Check out: 11:00 am
No parties or events
Pets are allowed
Smoking is allowed
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