Zorbas Beach Village Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... place. We drove around some if the local villages increasing our property portfolio with villas for sale with sea and snow topped mountain views, before getting on the national road to Rethymno. We parked in the same spot as on our last visit and walked into the centre. In the more modern part of tiwn there is carols playing through a loud speaker system, a warm sunny day and there are lots if people wandering around and enjoying ...
... wondering what had arrived. Once they had moved on we got out to take a walk, we walked up the road passing some very strange rock formations, we could clearly see stalactites hanging down, mostly broken, behind them were large cave like recesses, they looked like big teeth. We tried taking a track close to the river but where the crossing to the other side was, was flooded. We turned back and continued up the road, taking a right turn ...
... the dunes to the waters edge. There is, as it said in the book a lovely blue lagoon, then the sea beyond. There is a rocky outcrop that you could paddle across to, but we don't have time today. It The wind is very strong today and a dark cloud appears and with it a few drops of rain, we take shelter at Municipal Cafe which is closed and a local man joined us, he chatted away in Greek, telling us about the area, we kept nodding and smiling. The rain passed over and ...
... one if those that you never tire of looking at. Life is very easy here, we don't have to think about anything, where to stay, have we enough power in the batteries, where to get water from, on the other hand everywhere you drive to to visit you have to do a return journey.
Tomorrow we're back on the road, so we packed some things up ready to load back into Dream ...
... is open and you can walk down into it. It was in perfect condition, the walls made of large blocks and the ceiling was pitched, made from the same large blocks, a bit like a Lego roof. It felt a bit eerie being in a tomb from 14th to 13th C. BC. Continuing up the mountain we passed through villages clinging to the hillsides, where goats and sheep were grazing at the side of the ...