This agricultural resort is set on the Livadi Plateau, in the heart of the Psiloritis mountain range. Surrounded by a mountainous terrain with apple, pear and walnut trees, it features a swimming pool, and offers a variety of activities such household art and ceramics.
Arodamos Guesthouse is one of only a handful of geoparks in Europe that are protected by the Natura 2000 program. Guests can explore the surrounding area with mountain bikes, get busy in the on-site farming activities, or attend classes of traditional Cretan cooking.
The traditional resort consists of 6 individual houses built on top of a hill, 1,100 m high. The houses are made from stone and wood and have been supplied exclusively from renewable energy resources. All units are furnished with traditional furniture and have large fireplaces in the living room.
In addition, there is a quaint restaurant with genuine home-cooking and a common room with library for playing table games, watching TV and just relaxing.