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    Elounda Peninsula Greece



    Elounda Peninsula



    Hotel Elounda Peninsula Greece



    Hotel Elounda Peninsula



    Peninsula Hotel Crete



    Elounda Peninsula Greece


Elounda Peninsula

Elounda Peninsula

You wont find any hotel rooms here at the Elounda Peninsula...only lavish suites beckoning to cater to your every whim at this exclusive enclave perched perfectly on a peninsula with the most mystical views of the azure Aegean Sea whose deep, curious colors are so unique that youre likely to never, ever again encounter something as blue. The views surround and consume you from just about every angle and once youve arrived, youll surely be agreeing that this is truly paradise defined.

Perched beautifully upon a sole peninsula, like a muse to be admired, this all suite hotel is an architectural masterpiece to be beheld. And if you think it cant get any better, step inside to a world of private seawater pools, living rooms with secluded hideaway sliding walls, hi-tech amenities, luxurious bathrooms with Airbath tubs and fabulous signature amenities, mythical sculptures and awe inspiring vistas. If you really want to indulge, try the Grand Suite complete with its own private jetty, outdoor and indoor pool, garden, sauna and Turkish hammam, fitness equipment, discreet service and many little details that make it so special and unique. Take care to be vigilant upon returning to your room, as youll likely be discovering beautiful treats and special surprises left for you in your room and upon your bed, just because the staff is so happy youre there.

Dining is more of an experience than a singular meal, boasting a variety to satisfy the global palate with French, Pan-Asian, Cretan, traditional Greek, Italian and continental fare, while oenophiles will appreciate the impressive selection of wines from all regions of Greece in the gorgeous Kelari Wine Cellar. Serene's Bar is literally trying to hypnotize you with its window cthrough floors as it's built on top of the sea, you can almost feel the waves touching your skin since the bar couldn't be any closer.

If tennis, water activities, golf , home theatre, and gym arent enough, treat yourself to a decadent cruise aboard Big Blue, every yachtsmans dream. Moored here at the Elounda Peninsula, guests can charter this extreme palace of luxury and sail along the enchanting blue waters, in and out of rugged coastlines and small islands that dot the crystal clear waters.

The lavish Six Senses Spa here is undoubtedly one of the most breathtaking spas in Greece. Located on a peninsular overlooking a stunning expanse of the Aegean Sea, the spa reflects traditional architecture highlighted with cutting edge trends plus some quite stunning contemporary works of art. Spanning two levels, the twenty three treatment areas include the Tepidarium - the spas focal point providing a bravura space that excites all the senses, Junior Suite, Thalassotherapy Suites, Oriental treatment rooms, Ottoman hammam, couples treatment areas with outdoor bubble-tubs, hair salon and Cleopatra bath. There is also a Caldarium, traditional Finnish sauna, plunge pool, and a private spa area named the Spring Suite.

Curious, complex, Cretan, creative and categorically cool...

theExplorateur Exclusive Offer

Receive a specially decorrated room, bottle of sparkling wine, fruit and flowers upon arrival plus complimentary 1-category room upgrade subject to availability.

Contact Information

72053 Elounda
T. +30.28410.68250
F. +30.28410.68013
E. eloundapeninsula@elounda-sa.com


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About Elounda

Elounda is a collection of three villages, Ano (upper) and Kato (lower) Elounda sitting above the port, Skisma, nestled at the head of the bay of Elounda with a view of the beautiful Venetian castle on the island of Kalydon, the famous Spinalonga. Since ancient times, this island was site to a fortress that protected the port of Olous from marauding pirates, while in the 20th century it was used for the exile of patients suffering from Hansens disease (leprosy). Nowadays, it is a remarkable site where little boats will take you to throughout the season. Opposite the island is Plaka, a fishing village with traditional seaside homes and openings that play stage every summer to the Plakiana traditional music festival, and whose tavernas serve the freshest fish throughout the year.

Passing Plaka and Spinalonga, the road heads up the mountain towards the most unspoilt region of Eastern Crete, the Upper Mirabello. Pass through the traditional village of Vrouhas with the amazing view of the entire Mirabello bay and of Spinalonga, and then walk to the cape of St.John with the beautiful stone-built lighthouse, a miracle of traditional architecture. After Vrouhas comes the small settlement of Selles, to the north of which starts a seaside route through virgin landscapes that ends at a small taverna. Before lunch, we suggest you take a short walk to the hidden beach of Vlihadia, for a dip into the azure waters.

On your return, drive up to the village of Skinias and the gorgeous Aretiou monastery before continuing through the mountainous landscape towards Ano Elounda and, finally, the port of Elounda, called Skisma. This corner of the Mirabello bay, with the Spinalonga peninsula and its myriad anchorages is a true yachting paradise. Within a few minutes from our hotels, one of our sailing or motor yachts will travel you to secluded seascapes and hidden coasts. From the beach on nearby Glaronisi (seagull-island) to the fishing village of Mohlos with the ancient Minoan ruins on its little islet, the cruises are magical. Starting any time of the day or night you require, with all the meals that you wish for, and even with spa treatments on board, this will be an unforgettable cruise.

For adventure lovers, we suggest a unique experience of life in the sea, a scuba dive down a steep incline, known as wall diving, where one descends through crystal clear waters down to a depth of 30 meters through the deep Mediterranean blue onto the sandy sea bed. At night, you should experience the dark beauty with a night dive with torches, where the colours will mesmerise you and the sleeping fish will idly float in front of your mask to be observed in total serenity.

The local capital is host to thousands of visitors every year. At its heart is the lake Vouliagmeni (sunken lake), a volcanic submersion where according to Greek myths the goddesses Athena and Artemis washed their hair. All explorations into it, including Jacque Cousteaus, have ended in a winding system of underwater caves without end. Red rocks and trees on its western slopes add peculiar magic to the scenery. Strolling through the many shops of the city and the many buzzing cafes and eateries will fill the day very pleasantly.