Featuring an outdoor pool, a poolside bar and a sea-view terrace, Malliotakis Beach Hotel is located right on the sandy beach of Stalida. It offers rooms with a balcony or patio and free WiFi access. All rooms of Malliotakis are equipped with a fridge and a flat-screen TV. Each comes with a private bathroom with shower or bath tub and a hairdryer, while some units offer views over the Cretan Sea or the surrounding area. Guests can relax at the sun loungers by the pool and enjoy a refreshing drink from the on-site snack bar, while younger guests can spend their time at the children's pool. Billiards are also available on site. A variety of restaurants and shops can be found within a short walk from the property. Hersonissos is 5 km from Malliotakis Beach Hotel, while Agios Nikolaos is 28 km away. Nikos Kazantzakis Airport is 24 km from the property. Free on-site parking is possible. Area Stalida is situated 34km east of Heraklion, 3km after Hersonissos and 3km before Malia. The seaside village of Stalida has a population of 1000. It started growing as a popular tourist destination since the late 1960’s. That’s when the first big hotels were built. It really started to bloom during 1980 and onwards. This is the newest settlement, which was constructed because of tourism. Being a prime tourist resort, nowadays, it offers hotels, furnished apartments and rooms for all budgets. It also offers a lot of food, coffee and partying options, due to the large number of restaurants, tavernas, cafes and youth spots that attract a lot of tourists during the summer months. Even though there are banks in Malia and Hersonissos you can only find ATMs in Stalida. There is regular transportation from Stalida to Heraklion, Hersonissos and Gouves (west) or to Malia and Agios Nikolaos (east), so it’s easy to visit many cities and villages along Crete’s northern coast. The transportation is possible by regular public buses, taxis and rented or privately owned cars or motorbikes. You can swim and do water sports in sandy beaches or go snorkeling in small rocky bays.