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Spitia (Anoi and Katoi)

Spitia are two traditional houses amidst nature, located in the small settlement of Tsaliana, 6km north of Paleochora and 69km south of Chania town.


Spitia near Paleochora in south west Crete are two traditional houses, fully furnished and restored with materials recycled entirely from other old houses of the village.
The houses are ideal for hikers and lovers of nature and peace, without being far from Paleochora.

Set among olive trees and near a river which flows by the house, Spitia are authentic village homes with a vine and a garden from which you may pick vegetables and fruit to prepare a homely meal.

If you’re looking for a taste of the old Cretan life, then you have just found the perfect house and are assured an unforgettable experience!

Houses: 2

Spitia consists of 2 homes which can accommodate up to 3 and 5 persons each.

Each house features:
Air conditioning units in all rooms

The bedrooms have:
Double bed
Mosquito net
Seating area
Large wardrobe
Bathroom with bathtub

Fireplace (3 people capacity house)
2 wood stoves (5 people capacity house)
DVD/CD player
Washing machine
Living room with a sofa bed

Fully equipped kitchen with:

Electric cooker
Kitchen hood
Coffee maker
Electric water boiler
Dining table
Garden with fresh fruit and vegetables
Outdoor seating areas
Balconies with views over the fully-sprung gargens and olive groves.

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