Mika Villas is an apartment complex with a 24 hour reception desk, 2 swimming pools, one pool bar and one lounge cocktail bar. In addition to these a shop stands within the premises for our guests convenience.
Every morning a rich breakfast buffet is served in the dining area.
This establishment is a family run business with stuff running 24/7 in order to ensure that our guests spend an enjoyable time on our island.The establishment stands in the traditional village known as Piskopiano. Traditional tavernas, coffeeshops, bars, shops and organised Greek nights create a special atmosphere that people fall in love with.
The family friendly stuff are always at the guests disposal in order to give advice concerning their stay in Crete- tavernas and events, tours to take- from archaeological sites to recreational activities, facilities to visit and even remote spots that only locals would know.
Competitive prices are also offered on arranged tours, car rentals and much more through our concierge service – Sailing boats, yacht tours, jeep/ quad safaris, tennis courts, horseback riding, bike rentals/ cycling tours or surf/ SUP and kiteboarding classes are arranged .
Pick-up and drop-off airport transfers are organised upon request at a surcharge. Free Parking is available at all times.Mika Villas is situated 150 meters from the centre of Piskopiano. The village has a great selection of bars, shops and restaurants. The complex is 1500 meters from cosmopolitan city of Hersonissos and the nearest beach.
Tiered into the slopes of the Harakas mountain, Piskopiano is one of the oldest villages in this region of Crete. So old in fact, it’s got basilica ruins dating back to the 6th century. It sits halfway between the hillside village of Koutouloufari and the seaside town of Hersonissos. And in staying true to its historic roots it’s kept things about as traditionally Greek as you can get. Whitewashed walls, sky-blue shutters and wrought-iron balconies sit hip-to-hip along slender climbing streets. But it doesn’t stop there. Its 16th-century church of Agios Ioannis and the Museum of Rural Life provide injections of culture, while rickety blue tables and chairs prop up against whitewashed houses, and views coast down over terracotta rooftops to the sea.