The Panakron Estate

covers an area of 53 lush green acres of agro-tourism, located in the heart of the Amari valley in the region of Scholi Asomaton, Rethymno
The estate boasts an enviable location, lying 33 km from the town of Rethymnon, 22 km from the archaeological site of Ancient Eleftherna and just 11 km from the historic Arkadi Monastery.

On January 1st 2018, an exciting new chapter began for the spectacular Panakron Estate, under new management with a fresh vision for this innovator in agriculture tourism in Crete. The lovingly refurbished multifunctional farm continues to offer unique moments of relaxation & pleasure for all ages, among beautiful natural surroundings.

The estate’s buildings & grounds blend harmoniously into the lush green Cretan landscape, setting the scene for a truly unique experience of rural tourism in Crete.

A culinary treat awaits you at the Panakron Estate’s stone-built taverna, where you can sample the legendary Cretan cuisine. The delicious home-cooked dishes on the menu are a real feast of traditional flavors, with the running of the taverna’s kitchen now in the very capable hands of the experienced cooks from the popular Taverna Drymos in Patsos, Rethymno.

When it comes to organizing those special events in your life, the gorgeous Panakron Estate is the number-one choice for an unforgettable celebration in idyllic surroundings. Whatever the occasion, large or small, social or business, you can put your trust in us to take care of every last detail & make your event simply amazing…

Whether you visit us for a get-away-from-it-all holiday, to entrust us with those all-important moments of your life (a precious baptism or wedding), to try the Cretan-Amari cuisine, or to experience first-hand the activities of the working farm, we guarantee that the memories you take away with you will remain forever in your heart.

The all-new Panakron Estate is here to delight you, to wow & inspire you, and offer endless moments of pleasure for you, your family and friends. A forerunner in agriculture tourism!