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Activities - Hotel IDI


During your stay at IDI Hotel you have a variety of options for beach life, dining and nightlife, as well as touring and sightseeing. You can do water sports (the beautiful sandy beach, where all sorts of water sports can be found, is only minutes away from the hotel), play mini golf or billiards, tour the market, enjoy a relaxing coffee on the lagoon or a drink in the village alleys.

Nightlife in Agia Galini

Sample Cretan cuisine in one of the great taverns and taste fresh fish, fished by local fishermen at the Paximadia Islets and further into the Mediterranean Sea. Evenings can get lively in night clubs with uplifting music or peaceful with slower rhythms at the cafés and bars – it’s up to you to choose.

Daily Cruises from Agia Galini

Don’t miss taking a cruise to the wonderful beaches of Agios Pavlos, Agios Georgios and Gavdos, as well as Paximadia Islets, just 5 miles from Agia Galini. Preveli beach with its crystal clear waters and lush palm forest is another great place for you to discover. Ships depart from the harbour of Agia Galini daily.

Cruise to Paximadia Islands:

  • Daily from 10:30 a.m. – 16:15 p.m.
  • Agia Galini Ship
  • Reservation required
  • Lunch & drinks included

Cruise to Agios Pavlos & Preveli Palm Beach

  • Daily from 10:30 a.m. – 16:15 p.m
  • Sactouris Ship
  • Reservation required

Cruise to Prasonisi & Agios Georgios Beach

  • Daily from 10:30am – 16:15pm
  • Elizabeth Boat
  • Reservation required
  • Lunch & drinks included

Cruise to Plakias Beach & Gavdos island

  • Every Thursday & Sunday from 08:00am – 17:00pm
  • Calypso Boat
  • Reservation required


Excursions – Road trips

Crete is known both for its historical and natural sites, so the area of Messara offers great options for visitors. Phaestos (Festos or Phaistos) – the Minoan Palace of South Crete which is situated in a wonderful location with a very special energy, the scenic village of Matala with the historical caves that used to be inhabited by the hippies in the 1970’s, and the archaeological sites of Gortys, Kommos and Agia Triada are just a few of them. You can find more at the next page