Pigi traditional village house, just off village centre with whitewashed lanes, bouganvilla and mimosa growing over the walls.,pop round the corner and collect your fresh bread from coulas, baked in a wood smoked oven.or shop in the local bakers,and butchers selling home made sausages , wine, raki local honey and yoghurt. or try some traditional food and drink in Zorbas in the village square. eat under the jacaranda tree, try Marias traditional dish of the day. or souvlaki, pork chops and lamb from the charcoal grill.or if you prefer you can cook your own on the lovely stone bbq. at he house and sit out in the small private courtyard . the village is well provided for with a small supermarket, pharmacy, two butchers,and two bakers, providing fresh bread every day and local traditional products. there is an hourly bus service to the town of rethymnon, only ten minutes away. or five minutes to Adelianos Kampos with bars and restaurants providing a wide range of tastes for everyone.The village of Pigi is ideally placed to explore the local area. Only five minutes to the Beach, or ten minutes to the town of rethymnon with traditional shops markets and museums. or take a drive in the opposite direction only fifteen minutes to the famous Arkadi Monastery. Drive a little further and you will reach the Amari valley, at the foot of mount Psilorits, lovely gorges and walks and of course always a taverna somewhere to stop off at and have a drink or some mezes and chat to the locals. Perfect spot for exploring the island centrally located, only one hour from either main airports, Chania or Heraklion .
sea can be seen from upstairs balcony