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Contact information for Hotel Flisvos in Sitia, Eastern Crete :

  • P. Kakourakis S. A.
  • K. Karamanli 4
  • 72300 Sitia, Crete
  • Tel. : (0030) 28430 27135-6,
    27037 22422
  • Fax. : (0030) 28430 27137
  • Mobile: 6972 710520
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Sights and information for Sitia

    The name Sitia refers both to a port town, with 8,900 inhabitants (2001) and a municipality, with 14,400 inhabitants (2001) in the far east of Crete, in the prefecture of Lasithi.It lies to the east of Agios Nikolaos and to the northeast of Ierapetra.

   The town is one of the economic centers of the Lasithi region. The earliest settlement of the town dates back to Minoan times; excavations in the neighbouring site of Petras have unearthed architectural remains that date back to the end of the Neolithic period 3000 BC and continue throughout the Bronze Age 3000-1050 BC. According to Diogenes Laertius, Sitia was the home of Myson of Chen, one of the Seven Sages of Greece.

   The town was later expanded and fortified by the Venetians who used it as a base of operations for the Eastern Mediterranean. During the Venetian occupation, the town was destroyed three times: by an earthquake in 1508, by a pirate attack in 1538 and finally by the Venetians themselves in 1651 so as not to fall into the hands of the Turks. After the Venetians moved out of Crete, the town was abandoned for two centuries until it was resettled by farmers in 1869. The main remnant of the Venetian occupation is the Kazarma (from Italian casa di arma), the old fortress overlooking the harbor.
Sitia has not experienced the effects of mass tourism; even though there is a long beach along the road leading to Vai and several places of historical interest, the town is visited by few tourists.

You can visit:

  • Beaches
  • Museums
  • Archaeological Sites
  • Gorges
  • Caves
  • Traditional Villages
  • Historical Sites
  • Unique flora
  • Hiking routes

and much more..


Other travel services / restaurant options : Da Giorgio Restaurant

Welcome to the Hotel


Welcome to Hotel Flisvos in Sitia, East Crete...

...the Greek Island of history, beauty and tradition!

About Us

about us

Hotel Flisvos offers you a pleasant holiday in the rooms which are available with a view of the picturesque bay of Sitia and the town.

Where are we?


The newly built hotel “FLISVOS” is located by the most beautiful part of the beach of Sitia next to the sea and just 100m from the town center.