The 8th annual Festival Cretan Cuisine comes to Avdou Village Sunday, August 7th. Visitors will get a taste for what makes Crete so special.
August 1st – 6th, the Cultural Association of Kalami and the Region of Crete, will open the sporting and cultural events “Sidonia 2022.”
Beginning July 25th and running through August 12th, the 2022 Rokka Festival promises to be the most colorful ever.
Friday September 24th – Monday the 27th, locals and visitors to Crete can enjoy the Heraklion Gastronomy Festival at the Venetian Harbor.
All across Crete Island people will celebrate “Apokries” with colorful carnival events culminating on “Clean Monday.”
Coming up from the 23rd to the 29th of August, the Village of Colors Festival comes to Ano Asites in Heraklion Prefecture.
The Cretelia Festival 2019 running from 16 to 22 September, will feature a roster of international DJs performing in the South of Crete.
The opening ceremonies of the 7th edition of the Giortes Rokkas Festival take place tonight in Rokka Square in Chania Prefecture August 1st.
The Municipality of Ierapetra, the Regional Unit of Lasithi, and the Region of Crete launched the 4th Annual Ierapetra Tourism Festival.
On July 13th and 14th, the G & A Mamidakis Foundation welcomed Greek artists and producers to Crete for the second edition of the “blueFest Crete | Culture & Beyond”, a two-day festival dedicated to Greek art, culture, and gastronomy. Held at the Minos Beach art hotel, the “blueFest Crete 19” event made strides to promote the […]
Chania’s stunning Promaxonas San Salvador Bastion will be the site of the Cretan World Music Festival 2019.
Running July 6th and 7th, the 2019 Caprico Feast (Γιορτή Καπρικου) is an unforgettable traditional event held each year in Galatas in Heraklion Prefecture.
The “Nature Loves Courage Festival 2019” at Sougia kicks off June 7th and 8th in the far-southwest of Crete Island.
The annual Elos Chestnut Harvest and Festival is scheduled to take place October 21st, after last year’s cancellation on account of a local villager’s death. Organizers this year promise to make up for lost time with live music, folk dances, and plenty of raki and wine to go along with traditional chestnut recipes.
Since 1914 the city of Rethymno, in North-Central Crete, has celebrated a magnificent festive event, the Carnival of Rethymno. This year, as in the past, the town folk will present; parties, masquerades, traditional dancing and music, theater performances, parades, and many other events.