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From the Anemos Villas you can easily reach
the following destinations:
Agios Nikolaos Port: 7 km
Heraklion Airport: 70 km
Elounda Town Center: 1 km
Elounda Beach: 500 meters
Elounda Bay: 500 meters
Kanali-Hiona Beach: 1 km
Plaka Beach: 2 km
Supermarket: 100 meters
Bus Stop: 20 meters
Restaurants & Bars: 500 meters
Travelling Useful Telephone Numbers
Athens International Airport “Eleftherios Venizelos”: Tel. +30 210 353-0000
Olympic Air Athens: Tel. + 30 210 355-0500 or 801 801 01 01
Thessaloniki Airport “Macedonia”: Tel. +30 2310 985-000 or +30 2310 473-212
Olympic Air Thessaloniki: Tel. +30 2310 368-311
Sitia Airport: Tel. +30 28430 24424
Olympic Air Sitia: +30 28430 24666
Ferry Departures from Piraeus Port: Tel. +30 14541
Agios Nikolaos Port: Tel. +30 28410 22312
Sitia Port: Tel. +30 28430 22310
Area Useful Telephone Numbers
Agios Nikolaos Hospital: Tel. +30 28410 66000
Elounda Rural Hospital: Tel. +30 28410 41563
Agios Nikolaos Tourist Police: Tel. +30 28410 91409
Agios Nikolaos Police: Tel. +30 28410 90400
Elounda Police: Tel. +30 28410 41348
Elounda Town Center
The town center of Elounda revolves around a colourful harbour and the main square just next door and offers a big variety of restaurants, bars, cafeterias and shops.
You can visit the remains of the submerged ancient city of Olous, the Canal and the Windmills.
You can swim at Elounda’s main golden sand beach, awarded with the Blue Flag, Hiona Beach, Plaka Beach.
A small venetian fortress opposite Plaka village, mostly known for its history as a Leper Island.
A short drive to Plaka and a small boat trip with a traditional boat allows you to meet the great history of this Unesco monument.
Agios Nikolaos Town Center
Aghios Nikolaos is a picturesque port town on Mirabello Bay and the capital of Lassithi Area that offers a great variety of restaurants, bars, cafeterias and shops.
You can visit Lake Voulismeni, he Archaeology Museum.
You can swim at Kitroplateia beach, Ammoudi Beach, Ammos beach, Almyros beach, all awarded with the Blue Flag.
The palace of Knossos was undoubtedly the ceremonial and political centre of the Minoan civilization and culture. It appears as a maze of workrooms, living spaces, and storerooms close to a central square. An approximate graphic view of some aspects of Cretan life in the Bronze Age is provided by restorations of the palace's indoor and outdoor murals, as it is also by the decorative motifs of the pottery and the insignia on the seals and sealings.