Cretan BALOS Paradise Experience

Fascinate yourself and unwind wonderful moments with an unforgettable vacation experience in Crete!

6 days / Chania, Crete


The famous lagoon of Balos and “The Caribbean of Crete”, Elafonisi is the perfect idea if you want to escape from the ordinary and live in an exotic place for a while. Balos is famous for its turquoise waters, the wild natural beauty and the beautiful exotic scenery. Elafonisi is an exotic beach and island known for its crystal clear aquamarine water and pink tinged sand. A truly beautiful beach and protected area of outstanding natural beauty on the South West of Crete, it must not be missed. In addition, we combine these excursions to these magnificent destinations with Kundalini Yoga, Guided Meditation, Holistic Body, Head & Face Massages and much more memorable experiences.


Designed and Operated By Specialists Giota Mastora & Stelios Mylonakis


  • Visit Balos by boat and Cretan Breakfast
  • Swimming opportunity at the sandy beach of Balos
  • Abundance Guided Meditation
  • Reflex Rock Walking in Kissamos seaside and Sea Leg Wash
  • Pranayama Breathing Relaxation
  • 1 Session Holistic Face & Head Rejuvenation (Rejuvance)
  • 2 kundalini Yoga Classes
  • Visit Archaeological site of Lissos and a Visit to Sougia
  • Elafonisi unique pink beach with crystal waters
  • Swimming opportunity at beach of Elafonisi
  • Heart Chakra Guided Meditation
  • Chryssoskalitissa monastery
  • Delicious Breakfast
  • 1 Session Holistic Relaxing Massage
  • Visit Botanical Park of Chania and Greek Dinner
  • Visit of Old Town Of Chania and Old Port by night, shopping souvenirs
  • 6 nights’ accommodation
  • Guided Nature Walks
  • Transportfrom/to airport


Spoken Language: English and others upon Request


Includes NOT: Air Tickets, Lunch


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The famous lagoon of Balos is located approximately 56km northwest of Chania and 17km northwest of Kissamos, formed between the Cape Gramvousa and the small Cape Tigani and below the range of Platiskinos. Balos is surely the mostly photographed beach in Crete, a very favorite subject of all tourist guides for Greece. It is no coincidence that Prince Charles and Princess Diana visited Balos with their private yacht many years ago. Balos is famous for its turquoise waters, the wild natural beauty and the beautiful exotic scenery.


A perfect idea is to arrive at Balos in the morning, before the boats arrive from Kissamos. These few hours of remoteness in such a heavenly place will remain etched in your memory forever.The lagoon of Balos has white sand and exotic white, vivid blue and turquoise waters. The sea is very shallow and warm, ideal for young children. In many places the sand has a lovely pinkish color, because of millions of crushed shells. In the wider area, with rare species of flora and fauna, are protected under the Natura 2000 program.



  •  Beautiful scenery en route
  • 4 full hours at an exotic beach for swimming, walking and relaxing
  • Heavenly place
  • Turquoise waters, wild natural beauty and beautiful exotic scenery



“The Caribbean of Crete”, Elafonisi is an exotic beach and island known for its crystal clear aquamarine water and pink tinged sand. A truly beautiful beach and protected area of outstanding natural beauty on the South West of Crete, it must not be missed. Always sheltered from rough sea conditions it is perfect for swimming and especially safe for children. Our GUIDED TOUR takes in a short visit to to the monastery of Chryssoskalitissa famous for its stunning location, beautiful church and fascinating history. And of course you get to spend 4 hours on the most amazing beach.



  • 4 full hours at an exotic beach for swimming, walking and relaxing
  • Chryssoskalitissa monastery
  • Beautiful scenery en route



Walking in the Botanical park & Gardens of Crete offes spiritual tranquility and visual pleasure in addition to knowledge on plants and their material. Join us at the Botanical Park of Chania for a delicious buffet meal with produce grown and produced at the parks gardens. Nearly 20 hectares of land are waiting to welcome you, full of fruit trees from all over the world, herbs, medicinal and ornamental plants in a park different from others, where the land’s formation and the region’s microclimate make it a paradise for hundreds of plants and animals! In the midst of this colorful and vivid landscape stands a burnt centennial olive tree, a memorial and a reference to the dismal fires of 2003, the park’s history and origin.


After the walk around the botanical park, dinner and evening entertainment is offered in a delightful outdoor amphitheatre. In the buffet dinner, local gastronomy and good quality local wine is included. A spectacular show of Cretan dancing in traditional costumes with live music and an informative explanation of each dance, its origins and meaning.follows. Of course audience participation is actively encouraged and by the end of the evening you will have learnt some new dance moves!



• Visit to Botanical Park – beautiful location and scenery
• Fruit trees from all over the world, herbs, medicinal and ornamental plants
• Tranquillity
• Delicious Cretan meal and unlimited local wine
• Traditional dancers and live music
• Fun night out for all the family



The magnificent Chania old town is the most photographed spot of the city. The heart of Chania is beating here during all summer, it is busy, full of cafes, restaurants and taverns with Cretan food specialties, bars, pastry shops, art shops and preserved historical monuments from different time periods.


The Old Venetian Port will definitely attract you to stroll leisurely back in time and enjoy the mix of Cretan, Venetian and Ottoman elements, beautiful narrow streets leading to the old city, and its wonderful architecture. A visit to the Old Town of Chania and its Venetian Port is one of the 10 things you should do on your Crete holidays!



• Panoramic views
• Ancient archaeological site
• Hospitable Cafes & Restaurants
• Buy Souvenirs
• Extraordinary architecture



The small village of Sougia in the south-west of Crete has managed to remain unaffected by the growth of tourism in Crete. It is still a peaceful haven, with a long beach, plenty of good accommodation and excellent places to eat, all at prices below those found in most of the island.


From early April to late October Sougia attracts visitors looking for a relaxing holiday away from mass-tourism. Whilst you can chose to do very little apart from lazing on the beach or enjoying the relaxed atmosphere of a few beach front cafés there are also a number of beautiful walks you can do in the region. The village has appealed to visitors from northern Europe since the early 1970s and many of the people that you will meet in Sougia have been visiting quite a few times.



• Traditional village and ancient archaeological site
• Panoramic views
• Temple of Asclepius
• Traditional tastes


Holistique Rejuvenation Technique


Unique Massage of face-neck-cervus that rejuvenates, lift and nourishes the skin in depth. It gives full-body rest, relieves from stress, headaches, insomnia, migrains, cervical pain. The therapy is completed in 6 different sessions. Fascinating rejuvenation with only one session for a special look in an event and deep relaxation.



Holistic Massage is an enjoyable, relaxing massage that takes care of the whole entity and focuses on the 3 dimensional human nature – body, mind and spirit. It is based on muscle relaxing massage, however it includes a variety of Alternative Medicine Techniques like Shiatsu, Holistic Rejuvenation, Ayurveda etc. It rejuvenates immediately the body, detoxifies and reduces muscle pain. It affects positively the nervic, lymphatic, circulation and muscle system of the body at the same time.

Kundalini Yoga


Kundalini incorporates repeated movements or exercises, dynamic breathing techniques, chanting, meditation and mantras. Each specific kundalini exercise, referred to as a kriya, is a movement that is often repeated and is synchronized with the breath. The practice is designed to awaken the energy at the base of the spine in order to draw it upward through each of the seven chakras. Brought to the west by Yogi Bhajan, this form of yoga looks and feels quite different than any other, due to its focus on repetitive, enhanced breathing and the movement of energy through the body.

  •  increase your flexibility
  • increase muscle tone and strength
  • improve your circulatory and cardio health
  • helps you sleep better
  • that improve your mood
  • improve athletic performance
  • reduce injuries
  • detoxify your organs
  • improve your posture
  • improves anxiety and depression
  • helps with chronic pain
  • release endorphins
  • increase your energy levels

Yoga Breathing Exercises – Pranayama


Yoga Breathing or Pranayama, is the foundation of your yoga practice. It begins with deepening your breathing with the 3-part breath, then moves into more advanced breathing exercises such as Kapalabhati and the Alternate Nostril Breath. Pranayama also goes hand in hand with the Asanas. These two Yogic Principles together are considered as the highest form of purification and self-discipline, covering both mind and body. Our Pranayama videos will guide you through the steps that you need to understand in order to do the breathing exercises effortlessly and effectively.

Guided Meditation


Guided meditation is a process by which one or more participants meditate in response to the guidance provided by a trained practitioner or teacher in person. The term “guided meditation” is most commonly used in clinical practice, scholarly research, and scientific investigation to signify an aggregate of integrated techniques.

The most common and frequently used combination or synthesis comprises meditation music and receptive music therapy, guided imagery, relaxation, some form of meditative practice and mindfulness, and journaling. Hypnosis or hypnotherapeutic procedures may be included as part of an intervention. Psychotherapist Michael D. Yapko has shown the remarkable similarity between hypnotic procedures and guided meditation procedure.

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