Bali is a coastal village on the north coast of Crete, about 30 km east of Rethymnon and 45 km from Heraklion (airport). It is built on a raised small peninsula so overlooks the bay and the sea. Bali has four beaches on four small creeks and a beach isle. A regular bus service runs from the village to Rethymnon and Heraklion, making access to any part of the island very easy and giving visitors the chance to discover the beauty and history of the island.
Today Bali is a modern tourist resort with a wide variety of taverns, restaurants, small shops, diving centre, bars, discos, as well as clinic and pharmacy.