PSAROPOULA ? fishermans place Bali 1.4. ? 31.12. with breakfast
BALI,in the middle between Heraklion + Rethymnon,overlooking the bay, only 50 m from the small sandy beach,here you will find the house of the fisherman,and at the groundfloor the family tavern ,famous,but mostly the Cretans only know it.
Simple small, clean rooms with private facilities + shower,fridge,balcony, for 1 up to 3 guests you find in first floor,breakfast is included.
In the area,some other beaches,mostly hidden inbetween the rocks,in the village the fisherharbour,small shops,taverns, a monastery,only a walk,this is Bali,this is Psaropoula.
PETS are welcome !!!
This was originally a small fishing hamlet, but over the years has grown into a bustling tourist village, with pretty white houses and lots of flowers set closely around little hillsides, overlooking the little fishing harbour and the sea. The delightful way in which this tucked away village hugs the coastline of hills and valleys makes it a very attractive and romantic spot, with restaurants and tavernas jumbling together close to the waters edge. Life is easy going and simple with lots of opportunity to balk in the sun or to enjoy the clear calm sea at number of tiny sand and shingle beaches, and Bali offers a large choice of tavernas, restaurants, little shops, and a disco. One of the little coves is for naturist sun bathing. It is 32 km to Rethymno and about 46 km to Heraklion or 45 minute drive, with the main highway just about 2 km out of the village and a regular bus service on the highway to both towns. From Bali there are plenty of worthwhile sightseeing opportunities, for example the Melidoni cave in the traditional mountain village of Margarites, or the old pottery works.