It’s a maze to find your room at D Maris Bay, but once you do, you won’t be disappointed. Deluxe rooms have sea views, but the real star of the show was a Jacuzzi-like bath that overlooked the ocean. There are options from classic rooms all the way up to the presidential suite which sits on the top floor.
There are a few restaurants to choose from at D Maris Bay, including a branch of the Japanese chain Zuma. Serving traditional Greek food, Manos is the epitome of a good time. With ouzo and wine flowing, fresh fish that crumbles off the bone, salads, meats and more, you’ll leave feeling full of joy – and energised by smashing a plate or two.
Guests can take part in water sports or relax on one of the five sandy beaches that wrap around the bay. A ride on the funicular – revealing unbelievable views – is another must-try, as well as the excellent and expansive spa where a Turkish hammam and treatments are available.