SPECIAL OFFER ALERT! - Book now for Spring 2018 dates & receive a complimentary upgrade to half-board & a Deluxe Room with Individual Pool at the hotel!
This is extremely limited by date, please call our UK based agents to confirm availability & book.
Deluxe Room w/Individual Pool
Departures From £699pp
Bristol: 18 Apr
Edinburgh: 17 Apr
Gatwick: 17, 18, 19, 20, 21, 22, 24, 25 Apr
Luton: 16, 18, 21, 23, 25 Apr
Manchester: 17, 21, 24 Apr
Departures From £729pp
Bristol: 21, 25 Apr
Edinburgh: 28 Apr
Gatwick: 16, 23, 26, 27, 28, 29, 30 Apr; 01, 02, 03, 04, 06, 07, 08, 09, 10, 11, 13 May
Luton: 28, 30 Apr; 02, 07 May
Manchester: 19 Apr
Departures From £749pp
Gatwick: 05, 12 May
Luton: 09 May
Manchester: 11 May
Departures From £769pp
Bristol: 02, 09 May
Edinburgh: 02 May
Manchester: 12 May
Set on the tranquil Vathi beach in Crete, the incredible Daios Cove Luxury Resort and Villas is one of the finest 5 star hotels in the world.
Near the town of Agios Nikolaos, yet on the secluded beach of Vathi this luxury resort in Crete enjoys an exclusive elegant and serene location. In a private cove amidst blue skies, a crescent of sand and the calm of the Mediterranean, Daios Cove is regarded as the ultimate 5 star beach resort in Crete Island. Its coastal views and beach setting offer an awe-inspiring escape in Agios Nikolaos of Crete.
Among the best 5 star hotels in Greece, this beach resort in Crete Island is a style landmark, hand-carved out of the hillside rock with one-of-a-kind hotel architecture and chic, minimalist yet sumptuous interior design.
Guests’ well being always comes first, which is why the hotel serves up such outstanding 5-star luxury and fine local cuisine.
Daios Cove Resort and Luxury Villas in Agios Nikolaos offers more than lavish surroundings and a 5-star holiday experience. It’s the unique atmosphere that has to be experienced and enjoyed. It’s a mood. It’s a feeling.
Aghios Nikolaos is a picturesque port town on Mirabello Bay, in north-east Crete. It pairs cosmopolitan buzz with laid-back beach life and though it’s become one of the island’s most popular destinations, it still packs plenty of traditional appeal.