Bali consisting of a series of east facing coves strung out along a bay. Bali started off in the furthest cove as a quiet pretty little fishing village.
In this cluster of white houses tiny beaches bars and shops intrepid travelers felt they’d found their own paradise cut off from the world.
Over the years Bali has spread out along the pretty coves discovering one hidden beach after another, the rugged scenery of hills behind hides Bali from the national highway which links it to Heraklion and Rethymnon two of Crete’s major towns.
Xidas Garden is set up a small incline built into the hillside surrounded by olive groves and citrus trees with views of the village.
The beach is about 200 m walk downhill with the resort center a few hundred meters further, but both are easy accessible.
There is a large swimming pool with poolside bar perfect for relaxing around on those lazy days, the hotel also offers a comfortable reception with lounge and a restaurant (breakfast , lunch and dinner available) with veranda overlooking the pool.
The rooms have twin or double beds they offer air conditioning, shower, WC, telephone, safety deposit boxes and private balconies or terrace.
The rooms and apartments are well equipped with modern furnishings and also fridges. All rooms are light airy and inviting making your stay more than welcoming the whole time you are here.