Porto Elounda De Luxe Resort overlooks an expanse of manicured greens, native carob and olive trees and the Bay of Mirabello and reflects its Cretan heritage in its design: whitewashed buildings with walls carved of rock and indigenous antique furnishings and folk art. In addition to water sports, tennis, golf, and a children's program, its special offerings include a Six Senses spa that specializes in both beauty and holistic treatments; the thalassotherapy (seawater) program is a particular highlight at this location.
At Porto Elounda, the water sports include water skiing, wind surfing, kayaking, canoeing, and PADI-certified scuba diving. Active travelers can also take advantage of two Astroturf tennis courts and beach volleyball.
The 9-hole, par-3 golf course is reserved exclusively for the use of guests, and an 18-hole championship course, 30 minutes away, has special rates for those staying at the resort.
The Playiada, inspired by a Greek village square and covered by a wooden pergola, is the ideal location for enjoying the shade during the day or theme parties in the evening. A variety of boutiques, the art gallery, and the pro shop are all located around the Playlada.
The Children's Ark, Porto Elounda's children's program, is built around the theme of an animal park. Surrounded by an olive grove, it has two shallow pools, art areas, and a kitchen, and it caters to children aged 6 months to 10 years. The resort also arranges babysitting services.
Rooms & Dining
In the main building are ninety-five rooms and nine suites, each with a veranda and all facing the sea. Some have direct access from the balcony to the hotel's five seawater pools. The accommodations also include beachfront bungalows with balconies or gardens, as well as the Beach Villas offering a heightened degree of luxury, with direct access to the private beach, luxurious marble bathrooms with air-bath tubs and steam showers, CD/DVD players, and high-speed internet acces.
The Nafsika restaurant offers wonderful views of the water at breakfast and dinner. In summer, Elies offers Mediterranean and Cretan dishes, while the Odysseus Tavern, on the water, features seafood and Greek specialties at lunch. The Beach Bar serves drinks and snacks in the daytime, and a piano player entertains at the Kirki bar, which serves apertifs and cocktails, in the evening. Finally, the Playlada, its design inspired by a Greek village square, offers a buffet breakfast and fine dining at dinnertime.
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