Happenenings on the island of Crete for the weekending July 26, 2020. Stories of the Cretan people and their leisure activities in paradise.
Last week, German tourists visiting Crete were slapped with stiff €500 euro fines for failing to fill out the “Passenger Locator Form”.
The Hellenic Hoteliers Federation is calling for a unified approach in dealing with the negative booking impact caused by recent government actions.
A talk with a Crete entrepenuer about Greece reopening to tourists and how COVID-19 had changed the tourism landscape for 2020.
Cretans are world renowned for the love of life, strangers, and for their fierce independence. Today, their spirit shines all the brighter.
A Crete sunset symbolizes what Cretans hope will be the end of a pandemic, and a new beginning.
When the coronavirus pandemic emergency subsites, Crete will be your perfect destination for seclusion in paradise.
With Crete in lockdown over the coronavirus pandemic, it’s a time to appreciate the paradise island we live on. Instagram provides hope.
MSC CRUISES has begun the new tourist season on the island of Corfu with the portage of “MSC Opera” today.
Hephaestion storm cold, gales, rain, and snow blanket much of Greece as Epiphany celebrations dampened on Crete and other islands.
The highest peak of Crete, Mount Psiloritis, rises some 2,456 meters above the sea. This UNESCO treasure is a nature lover’s playground.
As the 2019 season of performances at the Minoan Theater in Karteros now draws to a close, it’s time to book one of Crete’s best experiences.
Coming up August 7th and 8th at the Bethlehem Gate in Heraklion, the Puppet Theater of Crete will debut a new summer production featuring a legendary start starting at 21:00.
This evening the foremost authority on the Minoan Palace of Galatas will lead a tour of the site as part of the Earth Water Fire Festival.
Another amazing Heraklion playground was inaugurated last week at the junction of Itanos and Kalamas streets (near the Aghia Anna Temple).