South Crete

South Crete – Amazing sights, calming beaches & local villages South Crete has some of the most impressive, unspoiled, and idyllic beaches on the island. The villages of Chora Sfakion, Loutro, Agia Roumeli, Sougia, Palaiochora, Plakias, Agia Galini, and the island of Gavdos, are the perfect choice for people seeking tranquility and the true Cretan […]

Heraklion

Heraklion – A vibrant city, 5,000 years in the making Heraklion lives up to its status as the capital of Crete, offering a wealth of holiday fun, archaeological treasures, wonderful Cretan food and a wide selection of beaches. Heraklion is a multifaceted seaside city in Crete that embraces both past and present. The vibrant city […]

Lasithi

Lasithi – Provence of eastern Crete Lassithi is a region on the eastern side of Crete. Still untouched by mass tourism, Lassithi boasts an unspoiled natural setting. Although some popular places, such as Elounda, Sissi, Sitia, and Ierapetra lie in Lassithi, tourism has yet to gasp itself upon this region. Lassithi Crete stands out for […]

Chania

Chania – A feast of experiences that capture the soul of Crete From its fascinating Old Town to exotic Balos beach and the famous Samaria Gorge, Chania will treat you to an array of unforgettable adventures (and a little home-brewed raki). It seems that Chania was always one of the most popular destinations in Greece. […]

Rethymno

Rethymno – The city that’s preserved its Old Town charm Rethymno, in Crete, is a rare combination of history and modern-day luxury, with its Venetian-era Fortezza fortress and multicultural Old old Towntown, tropical beaches and exquisite Cretan cuisine. The main town of the Cretan prefecture that carries the same name, Rethymno hides its secrets in […]

Crete

Crete – A never-ending feast for the senses The largest island in Greece, Crete is renowned for its pin-up beaches, wild natural beauty, exquisite cuisine and thousands of years of culture and history. As Crete’s most celebrated author, Nikos Kazantzakis (of Zorba the Greek fame), once wrote: “The mystery of Crete runs deep. Whoever sets […]