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Aghia Marina Holidays

from £170 per person

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1 Room
2 Adults
1 Room
2 Adults
7 Nights


Greek (modern)

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Aghia Marina Holidays 2020/ 2020

Agia Marina, just 5.5 miles west of Chania in Crete, is a bustling resort with a fabulous beach that is particularly popular with families and couples. The gorgeous sandy beach has been awarded a Blue Flag, and, at almost 2 miles long, is big enough to ensure that it rarely gets too crowded. You can stroll through the narrow streets of the charming old village, Pano Agia Marina, and try out a host of water sports. Agia Marina nudges up to the lively resort of Platanias, where you’ll find a fantastic choice of nightlife. Hop on the handy bus to reach the gorgeous historic capital of Chania, which has a beautiful Venetian harbour and is full of inviting shops and cafés.

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Agia Marina is a very appealing resort on the northern coast of Crete, just 20 minutes by bus from the enchanting city of Chania. The stunning beach is almost 2 miles long, and has been awarded a Blue Flag for its pristine waters and excellent facilities. A buzzy seafront promenade runs behind the beach, packed with shops and cafés. You can escape the seafront bustle in the narrow streets of the old village, Pano Agia Marina, where you’ll find some charming traditional tavernas. If you’re looking for nightlife, there are plenty of bars and clubs in Platanias, the neighbouring resort. And elegant Chania, the historic capital of Crete, is only 20 minutes away by bus.



The beach in Agia Marina is a stunning stretch of golden sand that has been awarded coveted Blue Flag status for its crystal clear waters and wide choice of facilities. The beach slopes gently into the sea, making the shallow waters perfect for even the youngest children. There are lots of sun loungers and parasols for rent, plus plenty of bars and restaurants where you can enjoy food and drinks. All kinds of water sports are available, whether you feel like renting out a paddle-board and want to zip over the waves on a jet-ski. The little island just offshore is a protected nature reserve, but a limited number of visitors are allowed: if you’re one of the lucky ones, you’ll find some blissfully unspoilt beaches.

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