Agios Georgios, Iraklia, 843 00, Small Cyclades

Speires Suites
  • 1. The Cave of Agios Ioannis

    Irakleia has another secret, the Cave of Agios Ioannis (Saint John). This massive cave, with a magnificent view to the sea, is the seventh largest cave in Greece, and can be reached after a hike of about an hour and a half from the village of Panagia

  • 2. World War II Plane at Alimia

    The wreckage of a German Arado AR196 shipboard reconnaissance aircraft that sank during World War II can be seen close to the beach, at a depth of about 9m in Alimia bay, at Irakleia’s southwestern tip.

  • 3. Merichas Bay

    Merichas is a natural attraction located on the southeast side of the island. Merichas is surrounded by vertical rocks 150 meters high which are nailed to the sea or raised in the sky like supernatural beasts. It is surely an image that you will remember for a long time.

What you should know before you get here

  • There is a rural service doctor and two other doctors in the main villages of the island.
  • There is no pharmacy
  • There are no banks. Only one ATM (Automated Banking Machine)
  • There is a mini market and two grocery stores.
  • There is no gas station
  • If visitors need any means of transport, they can always rent a motorbike/scooter.
  • There are taxis.
  • In July and August, there is a community bus for your transport to Agios Georgios to Livadi, Panagia and Tourkopigado beach.
  • There are no sunbeds or umbrellas at the beaches.
  • You can go on foot to Agios Georgios beach and Livadi beach. It is a ten-minute walk from our accommodation.

Useful phone numbers

  • Community of Irakleia: (+30) 22850 71545
  • Citizen Service Center: ( +30) 22850 77004
  • Medical office: (+30) 22850 71388, 71177
  • Travel Agency of Irakleia: (+30) 22850 71561, 71539