|Date Range:||Weekly Rate:||Nightly Rate:||Min Nights:|
|Jan. 01 - Apr. 14||€ 4690||€ 670||5 nights|
|Apr. 15 - Jun. 30||€ 5460||€ 780||6 nights|
|Jul. 01 - Sep. 01||€ 6650||€ 950||7 nights|
|Sep. 02 - Sep. 22||€ 5460||€ 780||6 nights|
|Sep. 23 - Dec. 31||€ 4690||€ 670||5 nights|
- The above rates are for 14 persons and include all taxes. Additional price per extra person is 40 Euro per night.
- Additional Optional Heating Of The Pool: 300 Euro per week.
- All bookings to be secured by 40% deposit at the time of booking.
- Balance should be paid 6 weeks prior to arrival.
- Any damage becomes to the villa should be paid before guest's departure.
Last Minute Offer!
Get 10% discount for bookings from 01 April until 15 May.
Villa Oleander is located in Agios Onoufrios, in the Akrotiri peninsula, only 20 minutes far from the town of Chania. The sandy & organized beach of Agios Onoufrios is only 10 minutes (850 m) walk from the residence offering crystal clear water, a seaside tavern and a small fishermen's port. Also with a few minutes drive you will find famous sandy beaches as Kalathas Beach, Stavros Beach, Marathi Beach and Loutraki Beach. While parts of the Akrotiri coast are cliffs, there are many beautiful beaches: Stavros, where the movie Zorba was filmed, Kalathas, Tersanas and Marathi. Most of the beaches are well protected by bays and unaffected by the meltemia, or northern summer winds. Well kept and clean, the beaches have been awarded the European Blue Flag annually. A number of good hotels are located on the stretch from Kalathas to Stavros, though the quiet, peaceful area bears little evidence of traditional tourism.
Loutraki: The beach of Loutraki offers sun beds and parasols, a small cafe for simple lunches and a restaurant with authentic Cretan cuisine. Approximately 1.3 km north along the coast is the beautiful Marathi bay with three amazing beaches, several restaurants and a beach-cafe.
Tersanas Beach: A small sand beach surrounds the bay - here you will find sun beds for rent along with a small taverna with necessarities for the whole family. It's very sandy and a lovely spot.
Stavros Beach: A great family beach. Very well organized with a beach bar and restaurant, with coffee, ice-dream, fresh fish and local goodies within reach. Great views.
Kalathas Beach: Kalathas beach in Chania, is a fantastic sandy beach, perfect for families with kids, with crystal waters and awarded with European Blue Flag.
Akrotiri (the Cape) is the common name of the peninsula that lies 10km to the north-east of the cityof Chania and north of Souda Bay and administratively constitutes the Municipality of Akrotiri of the county of Kydonia of the prefecture of Chania. Akrotiri is only ten to twenty minutes by car fromChania. With its picturesque Venetian harbour and charming historical town, Chania, seeped in culture, is considered one of the most beautiful cities in Greece.