The Liostasi private villa in Crete, Rethymnon is an ideal choice for alternative tourism in one of the most beautiful nature spots of western Crete. The villa is located within an area of exceptional natural beauty, near the historic monastery of Arkadi, approximately 1500m north of the traditional village of Amnatos. The Liostasi villa is a new country house built inside an olive grove of 4 thousand square meters, adjacent to a small ravine. The area is verdant not only with olive trees, but also with wild undergrowth. Actually, the flora and fauna in the area are characteristic of the Cretan countryside.
The villa can accommodate up to ten people. It is ideal for families and friends who wish to have their vacations close to nature and want to relax away from the bustling urban centers. The villa exemplifies alternative tourism, specifically agrotourism. It is close to or within a short distance from the sites of the broader area, also to beaches and the town of Rethymnon.
|Living / dining area||table, chairs, couch, fireplace|
|Bedroom||double bed, single beds|
|Kitchen||coffee machine, dishwasher, well equipped|
|Extra equipment||computer, printer, fax, DVD player, satellite/cable TV, central heating, bed linen, towels, hairdryer, ironing board|
|Outdoor area||terrace, balcony, parking space, barbeque, garden chairs, pool|
|Service||cleaning (weekly), linen change (weekly), towels change (weekly)|
Beaches and Surroundings
If you plan to visit crete for vacation, then stay at Liostasi villas in Rethymnon, western Crete. The villa is offered for family vacations and alternative tourism and provides all modern amenities in an area of natural beauty (Forest Skoulikoy) suitable for family holidays in Crete, relaxation, vacation in nature while forming a starting point for visits to unique attractions in Rethymno region. The location of the Villa is the focal point for small day trips and excursions in the Cretan nature. Visit Arkadi monastery, the Folklore Museum in Amnato, Patsos gorge, the beautiful beaches of western Crete in Skaletta and Stavromenos in Rethymnon.