The UNESCO Regions of Crete (Samaria-Psiloritis-Asterousia-Siteia) operated an individual stand at the ITB Berlin tourism exhibition.
A light, single-engine aircraft crashed into the sea shortly after takeoff from Heraklion Nikos Kazantzakis Airport earlier today.
Crete, the FORTH, and the University of Crete attain 4-star designation of the EU for health and wellness innovation.
Earthquake swarms on Crete have islanders fearful of a possible main event. This morning’s 4.5 magnitude event follows many in 48 hours.
The Municipal Market of Chania, in operations since 1913, will be “restored” over the next two years. Local merchants register concern.
One of the ancient Turkish baths of the Municipality of Chania has been transformed into an art gallery and exhibition hall.
The Holy Monastery of Toplou, outside Sitia, has announced that pilgrims will not be allowed for the feast of Saint Isadore at remote Cape Sidero.
A series of earthquakes off the northeastern shore of Crete shook citizens awake in the early hours of October 10th.
Another amazing Heraklion playground was inaugurated last week at the junction of Itanos and Kalamas streets (near the Aghia Anna Temple).
Minoan Group, developers of the somewhat controversial Itanos Gaia Resort, has announced the intention to sell off a significant share of the company caused a 30+ per cent boost in shares as of yesterday.