With most people already planning for their 2020 vacations, now seems to be about the right time to start booking those stays on Crete island.
In the south-east of Crete, a small village is a true hidden gem of the island. For a “world away” experience, Myrtos.
Crete is an unbelievable landscape cut by canyons and gorges for millions of years. The topography of the island is unique in that these rifts in the bedrock of the island form create hundreds of individual pockets of natural bounty. The island is even called the “land of gorges” since more than 400 canyons carve […]
Agiofarago Gorge, is an amazing canyon in the south of Heraklion Prefecture tourists who visit the island paradise seldom know exists.
If you ever find yourself exploring the northeast of Crete, be sure not to miss a lesser-known treasure called Tholos Beach.
Time for some of the best shares from Crete in August via Instagram. As the summer winds down, Crete experiences to remember get share time.
“The Best Feet on Crete” just may be the strangest Instagram effort ever. Let’s see.
Crete has over 1,000 kilometers (650 miles) of coastline and hundreds of epic beaches. There’s a private one waiting for you.
Minoan Group says Stewart Travel was a veritable boat anchor for its Crete resort endeavor. Will the project finally go forward now?
Crete is famous for so many things. Here are a few of the most amazing nightclubs and bars on the island.
Greece ranked 2nd among 47 countries worldwide in 2019’s Blue Flag program with 515 beaches, 15 marinas and 4 sustainable tourism boats in this year’s international quality award roundup.
A weekend jaunt in the countryside of Crete ends up in a reintroduction to what it means to really be free, human, and happy. A salty Cretan fisherman is the hero of this story about living right in paradise.
I thought to share some of the best images with Argo readers, but first a little bit about marvelous Ierapetra.
Hats off for the Kissamos Beach Cleaning Team after their latest cleanup effort at Kolymbari beach this past weekend. The team met in front of AVRA hotel to blanket the marvelous beach hit by recent north winds and an influx of rubbish.
One of Crete Island’s most underrated coastal towns, Kissamos (Kastelli) is a seaside village on Kissamos Bay known for its wine and olive oil, and as a departure point for famous Balos Lagoon.