Aldemar Royal Mare
Aldemar Royal Mare
Located in the centre of the quiet seaside-town of Aissaras, immediately east of Heraklion, the Aldemar Royal Mare invites you to enjoy a relaxing holiday where you’re never far from things to do and see. A modern 5-star resort designed in a welcoming Mediterranean style, guests can indulge in numerous outdoor swimming pools, a score of restaurants and bars, seven tennis courts, as well as access to a private beach, just a few minutes away from the hotel. Pamper yourself with a few hours in the Thalasso Spa Centre, where numerous beauty treatments, massage and wellness facilities are available, and then delight your taste buds with mouth-watering Greek dishes, served in the El Greco Restaurant located within the hotel. The beach is just 7 minutes away from your room, and here you can choose to either work on your tan on one of the deck chairs, splash about in the sea or test your skills at various water sports. For those wanting to explore the history and culture of Crete further, car rental and day tours are available to book through the hotel. Make your next holiday destination the Aldemar Royal Mare and start your pursuit of pure relaxation.
The largest of the Greek islands, Crete has maintained a strong sense of self-awareness and cultural roots for almost 5,000 years. Various empires have made their impressions on the island over the years and today the place is a vibrant blend consisting of equal measures of history, culture, great food, lots of sun and heaps of opportunities for complete relaxation.
Once the centre of Minoan culture, the island of Crete is today a haven for those with an interest in archaeology and classical history, as the landscape is bursting with remnants from past eras. On Crete you can visit the Minoan palaces of Phaistos and Knossos, the ancient Roman city of Gortys, the Venetian castle at Rethymno and lots of other fantastic ruins that each contain their own links to a mythological past. Explore the even older caves of Diktaion and Psychro, as well as the famous Gorge of Samaria, and then travel back to the present day, by returning to the main cities of Heraklion. Go for a taste of local art at the Museum of Visual Arts in Heraklion – here you might even catch a performance of the local poetic and musical gem that is known as the mantinada. After a day of exploring, you can take a dip in the water or test your skills at various water sports that are available at most beaches and resorts along the Cretan coastline.
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