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Katalagari Holidays


Perched inland among the rolling hills of Crete, Katalagari is a quaint village exuding traditional Cretan charm. Located 17 kilometres southeast of the historic capital city of Heraklion, it offers a peaceful retreat away from the beaches and bustling crowds. 

Wander through the quaint, narrow streets lined with whitewashed houses with flower pots decorating the steps. Visit the Byzantine church of Agios Nikolaos and the historic olive mill, offering insights into the village’s history. You can soak in the serene panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and the Dikti Mountains from various vantage points around the village. 

Katalagari is also known for its local tavernas serving authentic Cretan cuisine and locally produced wine, giving a true taste of the island’s gastronomy. And, if you fancy going somewhere a little livelier, Heraklion is just 20 minutes away by car. With its idyllic, sleepy hillside setting and warm hospitality, Katalagari offers a peaceful escape and an authentic Cretan experience.

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Your Katalagari questions, answered

EasyJet flies direct to Crete in around four hours. From Heraklion Airport, drive south into the hills and you’ll reach Katalagari in around 20 minutes. 
Dine al fresco in the little square at Kleidi in Katalagari village. This place dishes out the good vibes, especially when there’s live music. Expect local Cretan local food.
Well, Heraklion is a short drive away. We recommend spending some time here, walking the ancient streets and seeing the sights of the Cretan capital city.

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