With a panoramic view of the sea and the village of Agia Pelagia, the Sunday Life is just a short walk from the beach of Agia Pelagia. It has an outdoor pool and an on-site restaurant that serves innovative Cretan cuisine. All rooms overlook the sea, the Bay of Agia Pelagia and the hotel’s swimming pool. In-room comforts include free Wi-Fi, satellite TV and minibar. The bathroom comes complete with a make-up mirror, bathrobes and a hairdryer. In the morning guests can enjoy a Cretan continental breakfast including fresh fruits, pancakes, yogurt with honey, feta cheese and homemade jams and bread. The in-house restaurant serves home-cooked local dishes using organic products grown on site. The hotel bar offers a great variety of cafe, drinks and pastries, as well as herbal drinks. Guests of the Sunday Life can enjoy drinks and sunbathe at the outdoor swimming pool. The on-site gym is fully equipped for your daily fitness routine. Situated in the centre of one of the most beautiful bays on the eastern coast, the picture-perfect resort of Agia Pelagia is just 11.2 miles from the capital’s port and 12.4 miles from Heraklion airport.
Crete. As well as the magnificent beaches and warm seas, the size and physical variety of the island of Crete invites exploration, and Sunday Life, located at El. Venizelou, Heraklion, 71500, Greece, is the ideal staring point. Uniquely among Greek islands, Cretes mountainous spine creates a sense of spaciousness, a life distinct from sea and sand. Fly-drive holidays to Crete – or simply the hire of a car for some days during your stay in Sunday Life, will enable you to seek out the rugged formations of the interior, the fertile countryside and tiny chapels filled with frescoes, the mountain villages where time has stood still. Always, the authentic spirit of the islanders, their fierce independence and pride as well as the best cooking and most delicious meals that constitute the famed Cretan Diet will more likely be found where few others are looking. With so much to see, with dolphins to watch, shaded squares to paint, olive trees and wild orchids, Minoan remains and sweeping beaches, no wonder Crete holidays and Sunday Life are revisited so often.
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