Coming up August 6th, adventurers who want to explore the west of Crete island by sea-kayak can have the experience of a lifetime.
A few Crete experiences from locals for the first week of August, 2020. Crete without a million tourists is an even more beautiful paradise.
Just in from the seaside villages of Ierapetra, Sitia, Elounda, in the east, and Platanias or Falasarna in the far-west of Crete. A tourism advisory warns that Cretans have taken over paradise in the absence of millions of tourists. This Hello August travel advisory is brought to you by Argophilia Travel, a not for profit […]
Happenenings on the island of Crete for the weekending July 26, 2020. Stories of the Cretan people and their leisure activities in paradise.
Cretans doing their things the weekend of July 19th. The locals take time off to enjoy their paradise.
Last week, German tourists visiting Crete were slapped with stiff €500 euro fines for failing to fill out the “Passenger Locator Form”.
This past weekend Cretans mixed business and pleasure, which is a kind of tradition that will probably suit the post-pandemic era as well.
Crete programmer Fanis Kourtikakis creates another brain-training wonder with “6 Clues” – an app that is hard to put down.
Coming up tomorrow off Falasarna in the far west of Crete, a special underwater exploration of a World War II sunken vessel.
Today’s weather on Crete promises heavy afternoon rain which will cool off an otherwise high heat index. The Hellenic National Meteorological Service reports.
Crete’s amazing potential as an agrotourism destination is unmatched and undersold.
One of Crete’s most captivating beaches, Glyka Nera (Sweetwater) features crystal clear, deep azure blue water and fine colorful pebbles.