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Agia Triada, Rethymnon Crete , Greece 74100
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Archos villa is located on the outskirts of Rethymnon town in a small village called ŽAgia TriadaŽ, located on a mountain slope with beautiful views including the sea. Agia Triada is surrounded by breathtaking natural features such as canyons, hills and nearby beaches. The Villa is approximately equidistant from both the airports of Heraklion & Chania - about 75 km. The neighboring villages of Adele and Pigi (about 5 minutes away) provide taverns, cafes, internet cafe, butcher, baker and small shops. There are 2 larger supermarkets about a 7 minute drive away (the one is a LIDL). There is an array of excellent taverns along the Platanias stretch.

This villa is also just a short drive east of Rethymnon and only 3 km from the nearest sandy beach, great for swimming and sunbathing. Notable sites in the area include the famous Arkadi Monastery. Built in 1538, the architecture displays a combination of Roman and Baroque styles. Another point of interest in the area is the village of Margarites. This little town is famous for its pottery, which has been its main business since ancient times. In fact, the entire province of Rethymnon is filled with little villages still practicing traditional handcrafts, such as basket making, loom weaving, carving, and pottery. Then of course there is the city of Rethymnon, the capital of the province, the heart of the island of Crete and is one of the most beautiful places in Greece. There are traces of a civilization that dates back 4,500 years, numerous Byzantine churches and monasteries, enchanting Venetian monuments, the most well-preserved Renaissance city in Greece, with endless beaches, caves, gorges and unique flora and fauna. There are countless other sights to see in town, including a Venetian Fortezza (where an annual renaissance festival is held), the harbour, and a fine sandy beach- the longest in Crete, stretching for several kilometres! You will also enjoy the local tavernas, cafes, and restaurants.
 
 
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