Greece’s new tourism minister is different from the old one, he’s taller. The narrative is the same, the goals the same, and the piper too.
This morning about 2,300 cruise tourists from “Jewel of the Seas” and “Mein Schiff 5” flooded ashore at Souda Bay in Chania.
Eleni by Critida is an extra virgin olive oil for children aged six months or older. The product is named for Eleni Andreadaki, the company’s owners daughter.
Residents of Crete who are ages 18 through 20 have the opportunity to participate in the European program DiscoverEU.
HRADF has announced receiving offers for the Gournes Military Base formerly operated by the United States outside Heraklion.
The Municipal Market of Chania, in operations since 1913, will be “restored” over the next two years. Local merchants register concern.
A new initiative by Wild Nature in collaboration with locals promises to regenerate interest in eco-tourism on Crete.
Crete officials pay tribute to the family of Cretans captured in World War 2 by the Nazis and sent to Mauthausen Concentration Camp.
“When art meets marine life” is the name of an exhibition featuring the works of fisherman Nikos Mplazakis. The event takes place in Chania’s old Turkish hammam on Katre street, which was recently converted into a culture and exhibition center. Argophilia has exclusive information in English about the creator and what inspired his work. “When […]
Crete Island has experiences to remember on so many levels. Unbelievably, there very few who dream of Keftiu days and nights.
A lesson from Crumb Healthy Living on Crete in the lost public relations art of reciprocity. Marketing has led us astray, here’s how.
More aftershocks hit offshore of Crete in the wake of two magnitude 6.0 plus seismic events that struck the island in the past weeks.