• 27 Jun 2018, 10:40
  • Liu Yang

LAST MINUTE: 7 nights at well-rated aparthotel in Crete + cheap flights from UK from just £170!

Amazing holiday in Crete!

Always thought about visiting the beautiful Greek island of Crete? Here comes your chance! Flights from UK to Chania and 7 night stay in top rated 3* aparthotel from just £170 per person (on 4 adults basis)!

Crete is the island of splendid beaches, ancient treasures, and landscapes encompassing vibrant cities and dreamy villages, where locals share their traditions, wonderful cuisine and generous spirit.

To find out more about Crete and Greece go to Lonely Planet online shop >> and take a look at Destination Fly4free: Greek Islands >>

You’ll be staying at the very well-rated 3* Rena Apartments – Gouvers. Featuring free WiFi and a garden, this property is located in Goúvai, just 17.7 km from Heraklio Town. Some units have a terrace and/or balcony. There is also a kitchenette, fitted with a toaster and refrigerator. A stovetop and kettle are also featured. Each unit is fitted with a private bathroom with a hairdryer. Bed linen are provided. Rena Apartments also includes a seasonal outdoor pool. Guests can enjoy a drink at the on-site bar. The property also has special diet menus.

Travel dates:
July 2018

Routing and sample dates:
London Luton – Chania – London Luton: Jul 2-9
East Midlands – Chania – East Midlands: Jul 5-12
Glasgow – Chania – Glasgow: Jul 3-10
Manchester – Chania – Manchester: Jul 3-10

How to book:
CLICK HERE >>

Baggage policy:
One cabin bag and one personal item per passenger.

Sample booking:
East Midlands – Chania – East Midlands >>

Glasgow – Chania – Glasgow >>

London Luton – Chania – London Luton >>

Manchester – Chania – Manchester >>

Car:
To find cheap car hire click here.

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