Located in the heart of the White mountains of Chania.
Ideal for mountain lovers that need quiet holidays it provides a peacefull and a very pleasant stay.
The beach of Sfakia is distant only of 17 kilometers.
In the village you will find super market, cafes and traditional taverns where you can enjoy the Cretan hospitality and spirit.
Villa Galatia is a double floor stone built traditionnal Cretan Village house of 130 square metres and offers all the comforts to its guests.
It consists of 3 main bedrooms that can accomodate 7 persons and 2 bathrooms.
A wooden lader leads from one floor to the other.
The first floor consists of the main area, kitchen,1 bathroom and 1 big bedroom consistent of a double bed and a large wardrobe.
The second consists of 2 large bedrooms with spacious wardrobes and a TV set, and between the two you will find a spacious balcony with a breathtaking view.
The one bedroom which is on the north side of our villa, consists of a double bed, a desk and a wardrobe.
The second one on the south side consists of a double bed and a single one, as well as a veranda with a remarkable view of the White Mountains.
Between the two bedrooms there is a large bathroom.
In the main area on the first floor where sitting room, dining room and fully equiped kitchen are connected you will find a big fireplace,TV and WI-FI.
The sofa in the sitting room turns into a single bed as well.
There are 2 very big terraces outside where you can enjoy the unique mountain view,sense the mountain breeze with it's one of a kind odour and also have your meals.
One is in front of the main entrance , the other conneted with the first floor is on the left side on a higher level from the ground.
Big windows in all the sides of Villa provide the place with a perfect day light in each and every aspect.
The surrounding areas of Villa Galatia, the flowers and trees, which are all naturally set amongst rocks, are illuminated by the luminous sunlight during the day, and by the shimmering light of the moon.
To Kares village of Askifou you can visit the War Museum of George Hatzidakis that displays exibits from the 2nd World War, which Hatzidakis himself has collected over the past 50 years.
You can also go for horse-riding, mountain biking, trecking and bungee jumping on the Aradena Bridge (138m)
You may visit the Samaria Gorge, the largest gorge in Europe, which is a National Park and stretches up to 15km, as well as a host of other impressive gorges like that of Imvros, Aradena, Kallikratis, and not to mention, a number of caves.