The Benefits of Staying in a Villa

Crete is home to many indigenous species of plants and animals, such as the Cretan Hooded Cephalanthera and the Kri Kri goat. There are also over 1700 species of plants recorded and more than 350 species of birds on the island. The incredible biodiversity you can find here is one of the reasons why tourists choose to visit it.

This means that Crete is an island that should be thoroughly enjoyed while taking a relaxing holiday. Instead of booking only a few days to see everything this 3,206 square mile area has to offer, why not book a villa and benefit from the comforts of home in a different country?

You Have Privacy

Having your own villa for a few days or weeks ensures that you have all the privacy you desire for your holidays! Villas are typically detached properties with their own land and space, you can enjoy yourself without bumping into other guests – and without the noise of neighbours.

A villa allows you to retreat from crowds after a full day of exploring the island into your own personal space. The peace and quiet you gain from these types of accommodations are invaluable!

You Can Make You Own Schedule

When you stay in a villa you get to create your own schedule. Instead of being restricted to check-in and check-out times, dining options and touring packages, you can pick what you prefer. Tailor your itinerary to suit you and your family and visit the attractions you want. You can also explore the island at will and choose whatever food and drink experiences you want to have.

Essentially, you have freedom to come and go as you please!

You Have Everyone with You

A villa allows you to have everyone under the same roof, as there’s space for family, friends and pets – so you don’t have to worry about leaving your furry companions in kennels or catteries! Staying in private holiday accommodations, such as villas, means that you don’t have to go searching for everyone else in hotel rooms and corridors in order to participate in activities together.

This also means you don’t have to worry about planning a day out! By having everyone nearby you can all quickly decide where you want to go and what you want to do.

It’s Less Expensive

Villas offer great value for money, as they’re one of the most cost-effective solutions for your holiday. Perfect for large groups of people, the cost of a villa can be split between them all – meaning no one needs to pay for separate accommodation.

Because villas also give you the option of cooking every day, you save money on eating out and can experience the local cuisine only when you wish to. By saving on the accommodation, you can instead participate in activities and visit locations you may not have been able to before.

You Can Enjoy Luxury Amenities

One of the biggest advantages of staying in a villa is the luxury amenities you’ll be able to enjoy. They’re so well-stocked that you won’t want to leave when your holiday is over! Villas are your home away from home, so you can expect all the comforts you’re used and more, including private pools, high-tech TVs and other electronics, wi-fi, media rooms and fully-equipped kitchens.

All of these are exclusive to the guests staying in the villa, so you get to enjoy all these luxuries all by yourself, without having to share them with other holidaymakers.

You’ll be Safe

If you’re looking for peace of mind while on holiday, staying in a villa can give you just that. These types of accommodation are secure and can remove the worry of being around strangers. This means that you’ll be able to fully relax and enjoy fun-filled days without stressing about anything else.

 

Staying in a villa can offer you many advantages, the most important of all being that you have the holiday of your dreams! Contact Pure Crete today on +44 (0) 1444 880 404 to learn more about our villas in Crete and how you too can benefit from staying in one of these luxury accommodations – or book your stay with us now!

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