On September ’21, Marina wrote on Airbnb:
You cannot get a better location than this – literally on the beach, but you have your own territory. One thing to note: it’s a pebble beach and there are big stones as you enter the sea but you can buy special swimming slippers in a local shop 2min away from the apartment. The shop has everything you may need: basic groceries, fruits, drinks, ice cream, souvenirs, kids toys and even swimsuits. So, we had breakfasts mainly at our place. Next door you can get coffee and take away fresh orange juice for €3 – fantastic! I was worried about places to eat, but Sirocco and Anatolē were absolutely amazing for traditional food – we went to Santorini after Crete, and no restaurants could beat theirs. Also, great omlette for breakfast at ‘Ligaria restaurant’ – big portions and gorgeous view. We also went to ‘Mythos’ on Agia Pelagia beach and it was great. The restaurant was, but the place/beach despite being sandy seemed much more crowded and less pretty than Ligaria. So we were triple glad we stayed at Nikos’s place in the beautiful Ligaria. The apartment itself was wonderful – everything we needed, and the terrace that has direct gate to the garden and beach – truly fantastic. Also, we had a 3 year old with us, and were so lucky there were toys for her and even a mini playground with a slide and swings. I would highly recommend this apartment to anyone.