Apart from going out partying, clubbing and relaxing on the beach there is so much more you can do in Malia.
Sports enthusiasts can live it up with the wide array of water sports that are offered like snorkelling, scuba diving, jet skiing, parasailing and beach volley ball etc.
Enjoy fancy dining in a restaurant, a quick bite on the go or a hearty meal in one of the genuine local taverns: regardless your personal taste or budget, Malia offers a plethora of places to eat, which will satisfy even the most demanding of appetites.
Malia’s prominent nightlife scene attracts visitors from all over Europe. Over the past few years, it has gained a reputation of being one of the most dynamic and vibrant holiday destinations in the Mediterranean. This is reflected in the fantastic range of entertainment and nightlife venues that are on offer, with an endless choice of bars, pubs, cutting-edge nightclubs and special events. Now your only problem in Malia will be: how to manage all of them in one holiday.
The beaches along the coast of Malia and Stalis are of the most developed on the island. With 6km of fine sandy beaches and access to a gradually deepening sea, they belong to the area’s most treasured assets.
A Cretan's life is drenched to the bone with rhythm and rhyme. All events, be them happy or sad, concerning love or fate, heroic deeds or hymns to nature, are expressed by music and song; not just today, but for as long as they remember, in times of peace and in times of war and oppression. Everything that touches the soul has to be bared and soothed with music and songs that tell the tortured soul what to do.