Things to see and do - Mália
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Mália Travel guide
Mália : Michelin's recommendations
Mália, a great Minoan city, remains little known. An impressive maze of levelled walls not only marks out the plan of a palace but a whole city of craftsmen. The main interest of the ruins resides in the fact that Mália ceased to be inhabited at the end of the second millennium BC, after the natural disaster that struck all of northern Crete, so the original layout of the city is not cluttered by later constructions. Mália appears to the visitor like a line drawing of ochre-red stone.
Tourist attractions Mália : Things to see and do
GR - 700 07 Mália
This Minoan palace, which was destroyed in c 1 500 BC, was more modest than Knossós, but similar in layout, built around an outer and a central courtyard. The outer courtyard is a paved esplanade bordered by the foundations of the western façade of t..
GR - 700 07 Mália
Near the palace, a Minoan paved roadway is leading to a crypt. The steps at the end gave access to meeting rooms, still furnished with benches, which were probably part of the Prytaneion, where the magistrates met. It is flanked by storerooms. Other ..
Z. Pigis 11 GR - 70007 Mália
Just 600 metres from a sandy beach in the lively Malia Town, Solimar Ruby boasts an outdoor pool surrounded by a tropical gardens and a poolside snack bar. Stylish and air-conditioned rooms offer pool or mountain views. Fitted with floral print wal..
El. Venizelou 183 Str. GR - 70007 Mália
Located in the lively Malia of Heraklion, within 750 metres from the beach, Creta Verano Hotel features a swimming pool, a sun terrace with sun loungers and a blossomed garden. Facilities also include a restaurant and a bar with billiards. All rooms..
Grammatikaki GR - 70007 Mália
Offering free Wi-Fi, a garden and a pool area with sun terrace with free sun beds and umbrellas, the hospitable family run Hotel Altis is located in Malia, only 300 m from the beach. Accommodation at the family-run Altis Hotel consists of double and..