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Which is the best Cretan beach

  Crete is the largest island of Greece and its coastline of 1,046 m (650 miles) – the fifth largest island in the Mediterranean…

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Top 10 places to visit on Crete

Top (10) ten places to visit in Crete   It doesn’t really matter…Where you go in Crete. There is something to see in…

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Road rules for a safe drive

  Road rules for a safe drive on Crete Many people ask: Is it dangerous to drive on Crete? No, it is not dangerous ! I can answer!…

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Travelling with friends to Crete

Travelling with friends to Crete The decision to travel alone or with friends will be based on your current situation, individual preferences,…

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Travelling with kids to Crete

  Travelling with Kids to crete   The incredible island of Crete has so much to offer to travelling families and it is often…

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Driving in Crete

Whether you decide to rent a economical car to drive in Crete  either you decide to rent a family car should always remember that you should not…

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Seitan limania

Seitan Limania Beach (or else Stephan’s Beach) is 20 km southeast of Chania and one of the most beautiful beaches in this part of Crete…

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Visiting Crete in summer 2020: Why?

Visiting Crete in summer 2020: Why?  Located in the south, Crete is the biggest island of Greece, offering experiences for everyone, adults, children,…

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Agiofaraggo Crete

Agiofarago beach is located about 80 km south of Heraklion city, at the exit of the Agiofarago gorge. It is a spectacular beach, with…

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Richtis gorge Crete

Richtis Gorge Richtis Gorge is located on the north side of Lassithi prefecture between Agios Nikolaos and Siteia. It is about 3km and to cross it you…

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Koufonisi island

Koufonisi Island
Koufonisi or Leuki, is a tropical island located south of Lassithi…

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Kritiki diatrofi

Kritiki diatrofi
The cuisine of Crete is an interesting blend…

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