Relax & enjoy the beauty
of Southern Crete

Surrounded by trees, flowers and mountains, the Paligremnos offers a cool respite from the heat of the summer months.

Paligremnos Studios Plakias

Right on the sandy Plakias Beach in Crete, family-run Paligremnos Studios offer self-catering studios with free Wi-Fi,  air conditioning and a balcony overlooking the Cretan Sea or mountains. There is a traditional restaurant that serves local food in the garden.

All rooms at the Paligremnos are equipped with air conditioning, hairdryer and an iron. Each has a well-equipped kitchenette with a fridge, a coffee maker and a dining area. A private bathroom with shower is included.

Staff at the reception can offer tips on nearby beaches within 3km of Plakias such as Damnoni, Souda and Ammoudi, book day excursions and offer advice on car hire.   The centre of Plakias is a 10-minute walk away and offers restaurants, tavernas, bars and shops. Free private parking is possible on site.


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Single Sea View

Double Sea View

Double+ Sea View

Single Mount View

Double Mount View

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Children and extra beds
All children are welcome. Free! One child under 2 years stays free of charge. Baby cot can be provided The maximum number of baby cot in a room is 1.
Cards accepted at this property
Paligremnos Studios accepts these cards and reserves the right to temporarily hold an amount prior to arrival.

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