Eleftheriou Venizelou Street,

Agia Pelagia, 71500, Heraklion

T. +30 2810811614

M. +30 6979663751

F. +30 2810811622

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Aquarius Exclusive Hotel
  • 1. Psaromoura Beach
  • 2. Ligaria Beach
  • 3. Agia Pelagia Beach
  • 1. El Greco Museum
  • 2. Historical Μuseum of Crete
  • 3. Heraklion Venetian Harbour
  • 4. Morosini Fountain
  • 5. Heraklion Archaeological Museum
  • 6. Venetian Walls
  • 7. The Minoan Palace of Knossos

Discover amazing Crete from the perfect base

Aquarius Exclusive Hotel is Located on the luscious and cultural Greek island of Crete, in Agia Pelagia. Our hotel is ideally located near taverns, cafes and the picturesque centre of the Agia Pelagia village, allowing both locals and visitors to escape from their fast-paced, regular lives, into the world of ultimate relaxation and revitalization. It is the perfect accommodation for a relaxing holiday, within walking distance (approximately 500 meters) from the nearest sandy beach.


Heraklion International Airport 16.6 km
Chania International Airport 80.4 km
Agia Pelagia Beach 500m
Psaromoura Beach 750 m
Mononaftis Beach 1.1 km
Ligaria Beach 1.5 km
El Greco Museum 5.6 km
Historical Μuseum of Crete 12.9 km
Heraklion Venetian Harbour 13.3 km
Morosini Fountain 13.3 km
Heraklion Archaeological Museum 13.6 km
Venetian Walls 13.7 km
The Minoan Palace of Knossos 18.3 km
Agia Pelagia

Agia Pelagia is a seaside fishing village built in the centre of a picturesque amphitheatric bay, is located 23 km northwest from Heraklion, capital city of the Island of Crete, and distants 25 km from the airport of Heraklion and 16.6 from the ferry port.

Agia Pelagia takes its name from the homonymous church, in the Monastery of the Sebbathians, ruins of which are found at a distance of 1 km west of the village.

In the village you can find many taverns, offering traditional but also international dishes, bars, cafes, shops and boutiques, which will invite you to exciting short walks through the little streets.

The beach of Agia Pelagia is the longest beach of the whole area - about 521m long, but on the sides of the beach its somewhat narrow.