Atlantica Akti Zeus Hotel
Crete, Greece

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Places to visit

Nikos Kazantzakis International Airport: 11km – It takes around 20minutes to get to the hotel and you can expect to pay around €30 each way in a taxi. If you’re thinking about taking a taxi, contact members of the reception desk staff which will happily assist you in calling a taxi service. Heraklion city center: 5km – We are about a 10 minute journey to Heraklion city center and you can either visit by bus, car or taxi. A taxi would cost you around €20 each way.
Heraklion Port: 6km – You can catch the bus, or take a taxi to reach the port.


A doctor will visit the hotel on request 24 hours a day. Please contact the reception team to arrange a visit. A private hospital is also available on the Island. For lighter cases where a trip to the pharmacy will suffice, a pharmacy opens daily in the local resort and is just a 15 minute walk away.

Special assistance

The hotel is suitable for wheelchair access and there are spacious rooms accessible for wheelchairs. For any special requirements please e-mail us in advance and we will be happy to help.

All Inclusive

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Hotel services

We offer a full range of services including money exchange, laundry, parking and car rental. You will also find a mini supermarket within the hotel for any holiday essentials you might forget. You will also find a free Wi-Fi service throughout the hotel.


Amoudara is located on Crete’s north coast, about 15 minutes west of the island’s capital, Heraklion. With a choice of plenty cafés, taverns and bars you will find yourself entertained in the area. A 10- minute drive lands you in Almyros Gorge, where you can hike through lush vegetation to trickling waterfalls and the ruins of a 14th-century monastery. Then there’s the historical biggie – the Palace of Knossos. The labyrinth here was where mythical King Minos was said to have imprisoned the Minotaur.

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