About Agia Galini
Agia Galini is a fomer fishing village and many say it is the prettiest resort on Crete's south coast. It is perfectly placed to explore Crete's south coast and the nearby sites and villages.
The great attraction is that the village is almost completely pedestrianised - this is due to its narrow, steep streets leading up from the harbour but it does mean a quiet and relaxing place to stay! There is a good choice of restaurants, tavernas and shops and a sandy/shingle beach with crystal clear waters. Sunbeds and parasols are available.
Where to stay
"This form can't convey how good we felt the service you provided was - each hotel seemed better than the last with the Palazzo Greco being absolute standout! The only complaint we had was the noise the night we stayed in Chania which went on until 5.00 am. If we did it again we wouldn't stay in the centre of Chania. The visit to Spinalonga was everything we anticipated and more."
J Hanson, June, 2017