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 Mesogios beach hotel

Korfalonas Kissamos Chania Crete

 

  +30 6932730032

 +30 28220 31622

  +30 28220 31602

 info@mesogiosbeach.gr

 

          

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cretan breakfast

start day with MORNING BREAKFAST

Start your day with 4 additional types of morning breakfast based in Cretan fresh materials and smell delightful coffee.

UNIQUE GASTRONOMIC EXPERIENCE

Enjoy a unique dining experience special treats of Cretan and Mediterranean cuisine in a dreamy eniroment

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DISCOVER ACTIVITIES IN WEST CRETE

Explore the beauty of the western Cretan with the alternative activities that offered by the hotel mesogios beach.

      Very quiet hotel, right by the beach. Nice staff, decent breakfast and the balconies were perfect in the evenings to sit and watch the waves go by. You're a good walk away from Kissamos village so hire bikes or get a car. We hired bikes...More

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    10/02/2017

      We stayed here for a week ans it was the most amazing place, right on the beach, really private, with a wonderful pool and super comfy rooms & bed. Our view was spot on and we enjoyed breakfast overlooking the waves. What made this place...More

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    7/13/2019

      Definately a hotel we will visit again. A friendly welcome with raki and dakos. The location is quiet and away from mass tourism but easy to get to. The nice quiet beach and the swimming pool was stunning. We had a wonderfull stay and fell...More

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    7/23/2019

The famous balos lagoon

Balos Lagoon is one of the best beaches all over Greece. Surely the mostly photographed beach in Crete. Balos lagoon in west coast of Crete is an amazing spot to visit. It's a must and it's totally worth its reputation.

visit topolia gorge

The Gorge of Topolia south of Kissamos is impressive with its wild and rich vegetation.a lovely village clustered with whitewashed houses overhung with plants and vines.Beyond it, the road skirts the edge of the 1.5km-long.