AutoRentals Crete in Myrtos
Myrtos is a small seaside village 81km away from Heraklion airport and 16km from Ierapetra.
Rent a car in Myrtos and we will meet you at the lobby of your hotel
It is a relaxed place for those who like quiet holidays and ideal for families.
It has a long stretch of beach with crystal clear waters and grey sand and it has been awarded with the Blue Flag.
It is considered the warmest place of Europe with an average of 320 days of sunshine.
You can take walks around the picturesque village and visit the little church
of Agios Antonios and Myrtos museum next to it, which is located inside the old school of the village.
All of our cars have a/c or clima and are smoke free
There, you can enjoy findings from the Minoan archaeological sight next to the village and also local folk art.
There are plenty of small hotels, apartments, Airbnb, studios to choose from and there
is a variety of restaurants, tavernas, cafes and bars to cater all tastes.
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It is an excellent destination to explore with your rent a car the nearby lovely traditional villages and wonderfull beaches
or visit the nearby town of Ierapetra where you can take the boat to Chrissi island.
Vianos, Xeniakos, Katofigi and then uphill to Lasithi Plateau and zeus cave is a must day trip from Myrtos.
Tertsa, Arvi and Psari Forada and Keratokampos are not so far.
Agia Fotia and Makrys Gialos at the east side are nice destnations.
And of course Agios Nikolaos Elounda and Spinslonga island make for another excursion.
Daily trips in Crete, from Myrtos
After you’ve arrived in Myrtos with your rental car from Autorentals Crete and rested, it’s time for some excursions.
Starting West you will come across the settlement of Tertsa where you can enjoy your breakfast almost inτο the sea.
If you like morning swimming, the crystal clear waters of the South Cretan sea are just a breath away.
Continuing west through small but asphalt roads you will reach the beach of Psari Forada. It is mostly visited by locals so on weekends it is much more crowded.
Amazing sea and traditional taverns with seafood and mountain delicacies can be found there as well.
Now continuing along the beach, you will come across Arvi, a very small coastal village where the famous Arvi bananas are grown, which are small but delicious.
Driving north, you will reach Ano Viano where you can stroll its narrow streets and see its churches and full of lovely memories you can drive back to Myrtos.