Walk to the beach!! the long sandy beaches of Stavros, the Zorba’s beach.
House 157sqm in a plot of 300sqm, fenced with wall and wooden net.
Suitable for couples, families (with children), large groups and sea/beach activities.
You will not remember the house, for sure you have been into better houses, but you will remember the area and the beach were Zorba the Greek was filmed. W. Lassally did not win, the Cinematography Oscar 1965, for no reason.
Cozy detached new house in two levels and attic. There is space for single beds or foot mattress for extra guests in the two attics above the bedrooms or elsewhere. There are 3 bedrooms-double/single beds and mosquito nets, well equipped kitchen, living room, dining area -table for 6, 4 air-conditions, 2 bathroom with tub/shower, TV, Internet wi fi, BBQ, veranda, balcony, patio, parking on site, extra beds if needed. Linen, towels and beach towels are provided, cleaning service every 3-4 days. Also we provide beach equipment such as sun umbrellas and sand toys for kids.
The whole property, full privacy.
Stavros is a seaside village located 17 km north east of Chania, and 4km from the airport, on the northern end of the Akrotiri peninsula. Impressive is the steep mountain with camel shape that rises opposite the boat port of the village. In that mountain and the beach infront in 1964, were filmed main scenes of the Oscar winner (3 out of 7 nominations) film "Zorba the Greek", where Anthony Quinn danced the famous Sirtaki. Then Stavros was a small fishing village. Today the area has developed into a major tourist resort with many hotels and tourist facilities. Both beaches contribute to this development. The main beach is located east of the village, at the foot of the mountain and near the picturesque harbor area. Enclosed in a circular bay is totally isolated from the winds, creating amazing scenery that is worth seeing. The bay, reminiscent lagoon has white sand and turquoise shallow waters. The contrast of the wild mountain landscape with the beautiful calm beach makes Stavros a unique place for swimming.
The second beach of Stavros is located northwest of the village in just 200 meters west of the central beach and it is quite and less crowded.
Get the chance to swim at the famous beach, where the movie 'Zorbas the Greek' was filmed. Search g/ and see the last scene the Sirtaki dance.
There is public bus (KTEL) from Chania to Stavros for 3E. Taxi is 15E.
Parking on site and free on street.
There are, in walking distance, supermarkets, groceries, shops, cafe, restaurants, bars, banks, farmacy.Get the full listing »