Bali, Crete, Greece
Bali is an attractive fishing village that has grown in terms of tourism but still retains a good deal of charm. There are plenty of bars, tavernas and waterfront restaurants with a fairly lively nightlife. There are many watersports available as well as a variety of excursions. Bali attracts a mix of families and couples however due to its hilly terrain, Bali may not be suitable for those with walking difficulties.
Bali is a seaside village which is positioned between Heraklion and Rethymnon and that has several beaches of varying sizes and provides minimal shopping facilities for visitors. This traditional Greek resort has a series of coves and quaint tavernas running along the seafront and offers a pretty and picturesque landscape.Read more about: Beaches | Nearby Attractions | Quick Facts | Bali Reviews
There are several beaches including a small pebble beach which is backed by several tavernas and in the oldest part of the town is another cove and beach. The most popular beach is the Paradise beach which is popular with swimmers and those seeking a good range of watersports such as windsurfing and canoeing.
There are a few archaeological sites around Bali including the convent of Agios Ioannis Prodromos and the mountain village of Margarites and Melidoni cave.
Heraklion Airport is approximately 56 km away - transfer time approx. 45 minutes.
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