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Malia is the place that has everything to suit all preferences.
The old town of Malia offers people picturesque alleyways and buildings, coupled with quaint shops and worthy restaurants and bars to visit. Get lost in the little streets and experience the more traditional aspect of life in Crete: food smells coming from homes, ladies in black sitting out in the evenings and putting the world to right and the local merchants selling their produce over the loud speaker as they drive by.
The old village of Malia also has many little churches with interesting historical backgrounds to be discovered. In addition, for those with an interest in history, Malia is also home to the important Minoan Palace of Sarpidon – an archaeological site worth visiting. It is the 3rd largest on the island (after Knossos and Phaistos) and the location where the famous ‘gold bee’ was found, which has become a symbol for the area.
The lively part of the village for those interested in partying, has distinguished cocktail bars and clubs with the latest hits playing that will keep you on the dance floor al night. It is not by chance that this village was such a hot spot for the cubbing crowds in the past!
For the beach enthusiasts, the beaches in Malia can easily convince you to search no further. Near to the archaeological site is the beach that most locals visit, called Potamos. Moving along the coastline, there are many different beaches with services provided by the nearby hotels and cafe-bars. For example, Malia beach, Dolphin beach and Aiolos beach.
Nearby areas to visit are the villages of Krasi and Sissi or the town of Hersonissos. Wherever you wish to go, Apex Car Rental offers you the opportunity to do so through competitive prices, a wide variety of vehicles and hassle-free administration.
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