Chania’s Daskalogiannis Airport welcomed 2020’s first international tourists this week as Greece tries to reboot the tourism season.
A case of coronavirus in Chania on Crete has health officials puzzled as a 20 Swedish telecommunications worker slips past Athens controls.
The International Blue Flag Program has announced 117 Crete beaches as Blue Flag designated seaside attractions for 2020.
A Crete sunset symbolizes what Cretans hope will be the end of a pandemic, and a new beginning.
Here in Greece, it’s the time of the olive harvests. Here’s a brief introduction to the importance of the Cretan olive and a short film.
Greece’s Minister of Culture Lina Medoni has announced a feaster track for the opening of the Archaeological Museum of Chania.
This coming Sunday is the last time this year that people can take in Fortress of Koules – Aptera. Opening hours are from 11.00 – 14.00.
Coming up in the Podikiana Village of Platanias Municipality, Karavitakis Winery will host an event organized by Cretan Cooking Classes.
The Other Wind Festival kicked off this past weekend in Sougia on the Libyan Sea in the southwest of Crete.
Crete has over 1,000 kilometers (650 miles) of coastline and hundreds of epic beaches. There’s a private one waiting for you.
Coming up Friday, August 9th at Agia Marina, the Chania Beach Party 2019 promises to be the biggest Crete beach party ever.
The opening ceremonies of the 7th edition of the Giortes Rokkas Festival take place tonight in Rokka Square in Chania Prefecture August 1st.
According to data from INSETE, UK tourists lead all others in June for Greece hotel demand. Italians and Germans came in second and third.
Heathrow may “shut down” if more than 4,000 workers walk. Thomas Cook may go belly up. And UK travelers and a penchant for tragedy.
Chania’s stunning Promaxonas San Salvador Bastion will be the site of the Cretan World Music Festival 2019.