The Maistrali apartments are located in the magical Bay of Stalis, Crete, Greece and they occupy the most astonishing position: in front of the coastline, Maistrali is ideal for enjoyable holidays in Stalis. The Maistrali apartments enjoy stunning views over the blue crystal waters of the Cretan Sea and Stalis beach.
Maistrali Apartments are located only 500m from the center of Stalis, 30 km from the International Airport of Heraklion and 3km each way from the resorts of Malia and Hersonissos, both popular among tourists. The golden sandy beaches of Stalis and the variety of shops, bars, restaurants and taverns are only a short walk away.
Gallery of Stalis & Crete
Things to do in Stalis & Crete
The shallow waters make this a great destination for families with young children. The beach is equipped with changing rooms, showers, lifeguards, beach volleyball courts, low-key beach bars, and various watersports activities.
Stalis’s long beachfront means that many of the best restaurants and tavernas in town are next to the beach. Most places cater to international tastes, so you can order everything from burger and fries to traditional Greek specialities like greek salad, souvlaki, pastitsio and many other greek dishes inspired from the famous Mediterranean diet.
Malia Minoan Palace
The Palace of Malia is situated on the North coast of Crete, East of Heraklion, 2 km from Stalis Beach.
The ruins of the ancient Minoan Palace, show the visitor a historic site with great detail for imagining the life in the palace. The third largest Minoan palace to be discovered on the island, it was legend that Sarpedon, the brother of King Minos, held court here. The complete history of the site can be learnt at the information centre. Artefacts from this site and those close by can be found at the Heraklion Archaeological Museum, in the centre of town .
Mountain Bike & Hiking Tours
For people looking to live life to the fullest through unique MTB & Hiking tours.
We recommend assisted tours as the ideal routes for mountain-biking are predominantly dirt roads and paths, either used by the locals to reach their farming and cultivation fields or are ancients paths used by former generations to get from place to place and have not been officially and properly mapped. Furthermore, as these roads are found in the middle of nowhere, we wish to provide direct assistance for any technical or other issue that may arise .