Greek Luxury Holiday Heaven on Historic Crete

One of Greece’s most luxurious hideaway resorts nestles in a beautiful bay on the northern tip of the island, and is the perfect destination for couples and families looking to experience the best of traditional Greek hospitality.

Daios Cove lies just outside the bustling marina town of Agios Nikolaos with its bars, restaurants, stores and fun nightlife, and within a short drive of traditional Cretan fishing villages and the famous Minoan Palace of Knossos and will make for a Greek luxury holiday of your dreams.

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The ultra-modern design of the villas owes everything to glass combined with local stone, blending in perfectly with the natural beauty of the surroundings. All villas and suites have stunning sea and countryside views, emphasising the natural environment of ocean, rock and space.

Private pools come as standard with the villas, and there’s a large communal infinity pool in addition to an indoor pool in the spa and fitness centre area. Guest accommodation is in villas, deluxe rooms and suites, all with an aura of luxury and fine design, a choice of bedrooms from one to three, internet access, satellite TV and climate control via air-conditioning.


The resort is particularly popular with parents with children between 4 months and 13 years old for its dedicated childcare facilities, including an Explorers Club, qualified childcare staff and fun activities such as treasure hunts and days at the beach. Toys, games, creative activities and more are offered making sure that the entire family enjoys a much-needed break in the sun.

Each of the resort’s restaurants boasts a children’s menu and for adults there’s a choice between delicious local Greek cuisine, chic Italian fusion foods and international cuisine with themed nights.


Pampering is an essential part of a luxury holiday, with Daios Cove’s spa offering a selection of treatments aimed at balancing, energising and revitalising using the best products available. Excursions to Crete’s many archaeological sites of interest can be arranged, with millennia-old Knossos the highlight for its legend of Theseus and the Minotaur and its position as the heart of the Minoan Empire.

Boat trips around Crete’s spectacular coastline or to its tiny offshore island are favourites with visitors, and buzzing Heraklion offers vibrant nightlife just a drive away.

A travel blog post by Eva. I'm a Polish born traveler, travel photographer, writer and runner living in Montreal Canada. In the 10-plus years that I've been travelling, living and exploring various travel destinations, I've explored much of the America’s, Europe and the Caribbean Islands.


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