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Jan 2017
Feb 2017
Mar 2017 £219 £219 £265 £219
Apr 2017 £112 £103 £75 £150
May 2017 £116 £95 £76 £187 £150
Jun 2017 £135 £110 £96 £173 £150
Jul 2017 £177 £158 £124 £158 £150
Aug 2017 £230 £230 £147 £188 £150
Sep 2017 £207 £186 £155 £214 £150
Oct 2017 £192 £167 £136 £214 £150
Nov 2017 £192 £167 £136 £214 £150
Dec 2017 £192 £167 £136 £214 £150

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Crete Holidays

The islands of Greece are very popular with British tourists and Crete, the largest of the islands, has much to recommend it. Its topography includes mountain plateaux, valleys and plains, meadows filled with wild flowers and herbs, olive groves and vineyards, rugged cliffs and rocky coves. And don't forget its sandy beaches, possibly its main attraction. Add to this its traditional villages, towns and archaeological ruins, its sunshine and warm seas, its high standards of accommodation and tasty food, and you'll find that cheap Crete holidays are hard to beat in terms of enjoyment and satisfaction.

Cheap holidays to Crete.

Whether you are looking for total relaxation, an active holiday, or a combination of the two, we'll lead you to the Crete holiday that offers you the best value. The holiday season lasts from April until late October. The beginning and end of the season, when the temperatures are less intense, are popular with those wishing to explore the island and to sightsee. The cost of Crete holidays at these times is also lower.

What to do in Crete.

Your Crete holiday can be as relaxed or as active as you wish as the island offers a wide range of recreational activities. Some are beach centred with water sports that include wind surfing and para-gliding, fishing and dolphin spotting. Away from the beach are great hiking trails and riding and cycling tracks. Whether you're looking for a relaxed or romantic hideaway, a family friendly complex or a resort that parties into the early hours, we'll find you a cheap Crete holiday to suit.

With good accommodation and service, delightful cuisine, nightlife to satisfy all moods and shops and markets for the inevitable souvenirs, Crete holidays tick all the boxes.

If you are looking for a cheap Crete holiday you have come to the right site. As a price comparison site we search for holiday offers from almost three dozen travel companies. With such competition, you can be sure of a bargain. Our easy to use search facility will lead you to the company offering a cheap Crete holiday that is provides best value. Your trip to this wonderful island is then only a phone call away.

 

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Latest Review:

"An all round party resort, went for a girls holiday. Great nightlife!!!...Malia is a definite recommendation as a groups holiday. Less expensive than Ayia Napa or Ibiza yet just as much fun. There is plenty to do during the day and as mentioned before amazing nightlife."

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laura.walker writes:

"If your looking for a holiday that offers great nightlife but want to see other pleaces and sights then Crete will really suit you. Having travelled there in 2007 I have since returned again as my first trip was so enjoyable. I didn't think before travelling that there would be as much to do as I found. The nightlife was amazing in Malia and we enjoyed this very much, however we wanted to explore the island during the day, having consulted a local excursion office they recommended a trip to Spinalonga Island. The trip cost 40 Euros and included a coach to the port and boat ride to the island with a buffet lunch and a stop off at another secluded island, which I thought was really good value for money. The island was a former leper Colony and was suprisingly interesting and a great day out.We also did a horse riding trip which was something different which i'd never done before.The watersports on the beach were brilliant and they had a great variety. The prices are resonable especially if you eat at local restaurants they give a great personal service and make you feel really welcome. We stayed in the La Playa apartments on a self catering basis and while it could have done with updating the staff are great and we only paid £190 for the week so cant grumble! "

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sharonrobson2001 writes:

"We stayed in Stalis for this trip because it is alot more family orientated however Malia is only a very short walk away where there is loads going on. Personally id rather stay in Stalis and have best of both worlds. Quieter through the day and then if you want to let your hair down head to Malia. The beaches are very small this is the only down point. There are loads of restraunts varying in cost you can even eat Chinese or Indian. I would consider going back if we managed to get as good a deal. Recommended for families and young people. "

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carol.spragg writes:

"I stayed here last year. Really enjoyed it. The family that ran the hotel were really friendly and liked to sit and chat. They were also happy to make you snacks pretty much whenever you wanted (when they were awake that is). It is a short walk from the centre of Malia (5/10 mins) which was great, with some nice restaurants and shops in between. Quite far from the beach but being a small hotel (about 12 rooms), there was plenty of room around the pool for everyone. Very basic accommodation but would definitely go back. Great for anyone looking for a cheap holiday close to the action of Malia."

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carol.spragg writes:

"I stayed here last year. Really enjoyed it. The family that ran the hotel were really friendly and liked to sit and chat. They were also happy to make you snacks pretty much whenever you wanted (when they were awake that is). It is a short walk from the centre of Malia (5/10 mins) which was great, with some nice restaurants and shops in between. Quite far from the beach but being a small hotel (about 12 rooms), there was plenty of room around the pool for everyone. Very basic accommodation but would definitely go back. Great for anyone looking for a cheap holiday close to the action of Malia."

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tammywilkinson01 writes:

"been to malia 3 times and loved it everytime! would definatly reccomend it for a good lively holiday, weather was brilliant and the beach was lovely too! we used to go into stalis to eat out as we found the resaurants to better there. all in all we had a great time. "

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kirsty.lesley writes:

"An all round party resort, went for a girls holiday. Great nightlife!!!...Malia is a definite recommendation as a groups holiday. Less expensive than Ayia Napa or Ibiza yet just as much fun. There is plenty to do during the day and as mentioned before amazing nightlife."

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Crete Holidays