Delfini Beach hotel is located at a distance of 1 km from the center of Rethymno Town, on Crete island.
Rethymno Town is built on the north coast of Crete island, between the neighbouring prefectures of Hania and Heraklio. It is an old town, baring a long history of arts, which is made evident through its many historical monuments.
Rethymno saw its first settlers during the last period of the Minoan Era, while during the 4th and 5th ceturies BC came the first fall.
The town owes its existence to its small natural harbor, which was developed by the Venetians and has remained the same ever since. The pirate raids during the 16th century forced the locals to build the Fortezza fortress, where later in 1646, the guards of the city along with some inhabitants negotiated the surrender of Rethymno.
In 1941, the prefecture of Rethymno was one of the three fronts where the German forces attacked. When the conquerors left, the town was in a very bad state. But as the years went by, it got back to its original style.
RESTAURANT – BAR
A unique restaurant - bar focusing on high cuisine and offering an exceptional wine cellar. Here, you can taste delicious meals of traditional Cretan flavors, as well as international dishes, while relishing the warmth of the surrounding setting.
At the tavern, which is located on the beach and operates only during the summer season, you can enjoy fresh fish, refreshing salads and delicious Cretan flavors.
Let the tastes of the sea fill your mouth and the colors of the sunset capture your eyes.