Happenenings on the island of Crete for the weekending July 26, 2020. Stories of the Cretan people and their leisure activities in paradise.
This past weekend Cretans mixed business and pleasure, which is a kind of tradition that will probably suit the post-pandemic era as well.
Today’s weather on Crete promises heavy afternoon rain which will cool off an otherwise high heat index. The Hellenic National Meteorological Service reports.
Three Greek beaches make Tripadvisor’s top 10 Europe beaches. Germany’s Bild Newspaper says their all destinctively Greek-like.
According to a recent survey by Griekenland.net, 2020 Crete vacations are favored by Dutch travelers looking for safe holiday destinations.
Crete’s beaches are all but empty now. The pandemic has kept tourists away. Now, wonders of the world revert to Eden-like perfection.
An earthquake of magnitude 6.6 hit off the island of Crete this afternoon at 12:51:06 (UTC). No damages or injuries have been reported.
When the coronavirus pandemic emergency subsites, Crete will be your perfect destination for seclusion in paradise.
The Greek government has ordered the closure of all the country’s year-round hotels, in the wake of the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
Heraklion celebrates Koulouma at Karavolas March 2nd in colorful tradition marked by Cretan music, treats, dancing, and amazing kite flying.
Agiofarago Gorge, is an amazing canyon in the south of Heraklion Prefecture tourists who visit the island paradise seldom know exists.
Crete Island. If you’ve been here, you want to come back. Maybe forever, like me. Friends ask me all the time “Why Crete?” Well, for a South Carolina sandlapper of the 60s like me, there are 1000 reasons. I tend to share a lot of them here on Argo Travel News. Today, I thought some […]
The Region of Crete is advising residents and visitors to exercise extreme caution on Friday, as weather forecasts warn of powerful storms.
Crete has over 1,000 kilometers (650 miles) of coastline and hundreds of epic beaches. There’s a private one waiting for you.
A day trip from our home in Heraklion to a quaint little touristic village of Kokkinos Pyrgos proves once again the unbelievable discoveries to be found on Greece’s biggest island. Like pulling back successive veils that cover the lovely face of a goddess, exploring Crete is just an amazing experience. Visit with us a tiny deserted touristic gem shining on the Gulf of Mesara.