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Kokkini Hani was once a quaint fishing village with nothing but soft sands sloping into rich Mediterranean waters. Now, Kokkini Hani is a fabulous holiday destination with a laid back vibe and blissful relaxation on the cards. It’s the perfect place to soak up authentic Greek culture and sample the famous cuisine. Only a stone’s throw from the magnificent capital of Heraklion, you can enjoy a divine mix of lazy days and late night fun here.

Most popular hotels in Kokkini Hani

Mitsis Rinela Beach
Mitsis Rinela Beach
Mitsis Rinela Beach

Kokkini Hani, Crete

from €784 pp
Arina Sand Resort
Arina Sand Resort
Arina Sand Resort

Kokkini Hani, Crete

from €838 pp

At a glance

  • Currency: Euro
  • Language: Greek
  • Time Zone: GMT +2
  • Average flight time: 4h 25m

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Things to do in Kokkini Hani

Although Kokkini Hani is the place to be if you want to spend hours relaxing on the beach there’s also a quaint village to visit. Spend an evening there to experience a slice of culture with Greek dancing, fine cuisine and charming taverns.

Along the coast you will also find one of Crete’s largest watermarks, Anopolis, with twisting slides, terraces, gardens and plenty of fun ways to get wet. It makes a fun-filled day out.

Kokkini Hani holidays- made for relaxing

Kokkini Hani is a beach lover's paradise, with soft white sands meeting the calm blue waters to create a fabulous beach that is simply perfect for sunbathing or sitting beneath a parasol and enjoying the views that stretch to the endless horizon. The best stretch of beach can be found outside Themis Hotel and with numerous little taverns that sit along the seafront you will be in a prime spot for that sunset drink.

Soak up Greek culture on a Kokkini Hani holiday

A Kokkini Hani holiday is also a great opportunity to visit Crete’s capital, Heraklion, that dates back to the 9th century. In the heart of the city you will find cafés, shops, churches, fountains and medieval history all rolled into one. The Archaeological Museum is well worth a visit while the CretAquarium is a great place to head with the children. With over 200 marine species including hunter sharks and bright jellyfish, it will keep kids of all ages entertained.

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