Situated in a beautiful quiet part of Paleochora just below the Venetian fortress Fortezza and thirty meters from the sea, Niki rooms are perfect for you if you want your holiday to be scenic, peaceful and with unforgettable memories.
In a family house, with diachronic architecture and a hospitable host, Niki rooms consist of one apartment with a kitchen, ideal for a family and two two-bed and two three-bed rooms which share one central kitchen (although each room has its own fridge), so feel free to make your own breakfast, lunch or dinner!
There is however a snack bar just around the corner on the edge of the gorgeous sandy beach which is so close you can actually hear the waves.
Despite being one of the oldest businesses in Paleochora, all spaces are fully renovated and full of lively colors. All rooms have air conditioning, a television, and a balcony with a view of the castle. Following arrangements we can offer comforts for families with small children such as a cot and a high chair, but also extra cot beds for all the rooms. The rooms are cleaned on a daily basis and since we live downstairs, don’t hesitate to ask for anything else you may need in order to make your holidays easier and more enjoyable.
Peaceful mornings and afternoons in the shade of fragrant lush bougainvilleas and romantic nights under the stars are only some of the things to enjoy while staying here.
The centre is five minutes away by foot and everything in general is within five – ten minutes distance from there, so if you’ re not planning on going out of town you won’t even need a car. There is always something fun to do on the beach, such as water sports and games, or just good old relaxing and sunbathing. And it’s so close that you could even just walk there in your swimsuit and towel! On the other end of this beach there is also a part for nudists – the only one inside Paleochora.
There are of course lots of other beaches to go to. Some are organized with sun beds, umbrellas and cantinas and some you can discover yourself along the southwest coast of Crete.
If you walk around the back of the village, you will find the harbor with all the fishing boats, and if you continue and walk up to the fortress you will have a full uninterrupted view of the whole peninsula and the Libyan sea surrounding it. The sunset from the top of the Fortezza is magical.
You can also enjoy beautiful nature walks that begin or pass from here (gorge of Anidri, E4), and boat trips all along the coast to other gorgeous beaches (Sougia, Agia Roumeli, Loutro, Sfakia).
There is a buzzing nightlife for those who search for it, but also some quiet corners to enjoy some nice local wine and summer chit chat! Abundant in restaurants with all sorts of food and of course traditional home cooking and fresh fish you will be spoilt for choice!