Keftiu, or Caphtor to biblical scholars, may have been the source of many of our legends, and beliefs. What part of Keftiu myth is real?
Crete is a place where invisible bonds amplify the soul of the place. A network of people here are connected by silver threads or roots.
Teacher, adventurer, husband, father, innovator, nature lover, Alexandros Roniotis loves Crete. Here is a true sMall God of Crete.
A lesson from Crumb Healthy Living on Crete in the lost public relations art of reciprocity. Marketing has led us astray, here’s how.
Greek hoteliers and hospitality stakeholders have been pumping sustainability for all it’s worth for years now. And there’s no sign of letup.
Our sweet friend Marina (Lovefoodish) has left Incredible Crete for her home in Switzerland. Farewell dear friend.
A profile of another of the sMall Gods of Crete, a son who would not only hold up his father, but the man’s dignity as well.
A touching and inspirational letter from earthquake struck Arkalochori village in the heart of Crete island.
Crete is rocked for the second consecutive day by a severe earthquake of 5.3 magnitude as aftershocks from yesterday increase in intensity.
Friday September 24th – Monday the 27th, locals and visitors to Crete can enjoy the Heraklion Gastronomy Festival at the Venetian Harbor.
A new theory about the people referred to as the “Keftiu” emerges. What if their level of control and access to their island was supreme?
September 11th and 12th, Cretan Hounds will be presented to be recognized by the Kennel Club of Greece at Ano Archanes and Agios Nikolaos.