Welcome to Aposeti Villas
In the middle of Crete to the village Petrohori with the view of the mountain Psiloritis, there is APOSETI VILLAS.
Super luxury suites, combine with the natural environment can offer relax, calmness and peaceful all year long.
In the apartment-group, there is a space suitably shaped where the visitor can taste genuinely traditional cuzine with ingredients that we produce, like virgin olive oil, meat, vegetables, wine, tsikoudia. The taverna operates in concert with us.
With total respect to the natural environment we built our guest house for those who love nature, but don’t want to give up their comfort. Aposeti villas constitute of 8 apartments 110 m2 each, playground, private parking and a tavern.
Each residence contains:
• Garden with shared swimming pool
• Two big bedrooms and bathroom
• Fully equipped: dining & living room and kitchen
• Traditional Cretan furniture
• Fireplace, independent heat and air conditioning
• 3 plasma tv
• Satellite system, Dvd player, Internet
With many tops over the 2000m. Psiloritis has many paths for climbing, most of them are part of European path E4.
The path E4 is well marked and gives the opportunity to the hikers to explore an unknown, virgin nature, to pass by Byzantine churches, abbeys and deserted castles. They can rest to traditional settlement and of course conquer the high and unapproachable (inaccessible) tops.
In addition, for those who love swimming, there is easy approach to the magical coasts of the Libyan Sea: Agia Galini : 15km, Preveli : 20km, Triopetra : 23km, Agios Pavlos : 25km.
On the foot of the mountain Samitos in Amari’s valley that is crossed by the river Plati in altitude 360 m is Petrohori village .
Petrohori is 40km away from Rethymno and 25km from Agia Galini.
The village was called Aposeti and belonged to the municipality of Panakreon. Since 1940 it is called Petrohori and now belongs to the municipality of Kourites.
The traditional residences ΄΄ APOSETI VILLAS ΄΄ are on the south-eastern side of the village with a panoramic view of the mountain Psiloritis (idi).