The Archaeological Museum of Chania in Crete reopened its doors at its new premises in Halepa, a state-of-the-art edifice of 6,000 sqm.
Chania’s Municipal Market Set To Close for Two Years
The Municipal Market of Chania, in operations since 1913, will be “restored” over the next two years. Local merchants register concern.
“Chania: Always Pure” Video Campaign Targets European Tourists
A new video promotion by the Chania Chamber of Commerce aims to attract more travelers to Crete’s most photographed port town, and the island’s far-west wonders.
New Archaeological Museum of Chania Fast-Tracked by Culture Minister
Greece’s Minister of Culture Lina Medoni has announced a feaster track for the opening of the Archaeological Museum of Chania.
For All Those on Crete “Seaking Adventures”
Since moving here to Crete I’ve had the distinct feeling that Poseidon has been watching over our little family. This weekend the god of the oceans gently guided us to join the crew of a fantastic boat tour company, appropriately named, “Seaking Adventures.” Here’s our ship’s log of our journey to fantastic Thodorou Island off Platanias.
Ancient Theatre of Aptera Welcomes Audeinces Again
The Ancient Theatre of Aptera resonated this summer with words and sounds from antiquity when actors and musicians took to the stage. Opened back in 2016 after partial excavations were completed, the theater welcomed an audience for the first time in seventeen centuries. This past June the theater came alive once again with a dramatized narration […]
Crete’s Surprising Places: Georgiopouli
In this article, Argophilia shares a view of Georgiopouli, maybe the most underrated Crete destination of all. Crete is full of surprises, even in the most touristy places.