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Stalis is located on the north eastern coast of Crete between Malia and Hersonissos. It is a relaxed resort very popular with the British and the Irish. Surrounded by verdant hills and with a soft sandy beach lapped by sparklingly clear waters, Stalis lies in an idyllic spot. It is ideally placed to explore some of the most interesting and beautiful places on the island. Stalis holidays offer a perfect destination for those seeking a stress free break with a guarantee of summer sunshine.
Stalis holidays please a wide variety of visitors as they have so much to offer. Because of the resort's proximity to lively Malia, holidaymakers who enjoy peaceful days and party nights can have the best of both worlds. If sand, sea and sunshine are what you want Stalis holidays are a good choice.
Stalis is very popular with families and couples of all ages. It particularly attracts British and Irish tourists looking to escape the vagaries of northern summers.
The Stalis holiday season lasts from early spring to late autumn with temperatures rising from twenty to low thirty degrees. The most popular time is of course during the summer months when you are guaranteed hot, dry days and balmy evenings.
Stalis on Crete's north-eastern coast was, until the eighties, a small village whose economy was reliant on agriculture and fishing. Having a soft sandy beach, it soon realised the potential of the tourist industry and the village is now a very popular seaside resort that attracts large numbers of British and Irish holidaymakers. Stalis is a charming friendly place with a great choice of hotels and apartments, and restaurants, tavernas, pubs and bars catering for all tastes. The accommodation and eateries line the waterfront and indeed there are tavernas and bars on the beach, the perfect venue for cocktails as you watch the glorious sunsets. While Stalis has a good supply of shops, if more are needed take the short trip to neighbouring Hersonissos and Malia.
Stalis holidays can be as lively or as laid back as you wish. There are plenty of recreational activities both in and out of the water for more active visitors, and there are many sightseeing opportunities. Trips to traditional inland villages such as Krassi and Mohos are worth taking. The resort is also within forty minutes of the island's capital Heraklion.
Holidays to Stalis are a great antidote to the stresses of twenty-first century living. Here you can relax on sun-bleached sands, bathe in the clearest of waters and enjoy the warm hospitality of the locals.
Stalis nightlife remains fairly relaxed even though there are numerous bars, pubs, tavernas, restaurants and even a couple of small discos. The evening atmosphere remains low key, reflecting the resort's popularity with families. Those looking for livelier entertainment can take a bus or taxi to nearby Malia which parties until dawn.
Stalis shopping provides for all your holiday essentials as well as the usual gifts and holiday souvenirs. If more are needed, Malia has an even greater number of retailers and market stalls. Popular purchases include embroidered linens, leather goods, items fashioned from olive wood and jewellery.
Stalis has many restaurants, tavernas, pubs and bars which cater for all tastes. There are a number of Irish and English pubs where the more conservative palate can find familiar food. Traditional fish restaurants with the 'catch of the day' special is usually very tasty and also good value. Local wines are pleasing to the palate as well as the pocket. Children are always given a warm welcome and their portion size is accommodated.