“Aetovigla” means the observatory of the eagle. The few remaining pairs of Gypaetus Barbatus build their nests here.
It is a group of six detached fully furnished villas built from curved stone and wood according to traditional architecture and with respect to the environment. There is a public swimming pool, a small and friendly reception that also serves as a lounge café, an organic vegetable garden where guests can freely use products and of course a traditional restaurant where visitors can taste local specialities made of natural products of Crete.
Aetovigla is situated on the side of a hill on the eastern feet of mountain Psiloritis (Idi) at a height of 800m.They are at the entrance of the gorge of Ag. Irini, 25 km west of Heraklion City and only 4km from the historic village of Krousonas.