A flight carrying some cast and crew of a German gat reality show landed in Chania’s ”Ioannis Daskalogiannis” airport over the weekend.
Crete is one of those places most travelers never want to leave once they visit. Here’s some reasons why.
Greece set to lure international professionals to work remotely with tax breaks that could reverse the brain drain the country suffers of.
Fit in Crete has scheduled cool e-bike rides in the mountains, lots of swimming & kayaking, and cave explorations for August 16th-22nd.
Coming up from the great adventurers at Fit in Crete, August 8th through 15th watersports and exploration are in order.
Coming up August 6th, adventurers who want to explore the west of Crete island by sea-kayak can have the experience of a lifetime.
Coming up tomorrow off Falasarna in the far west of Crete, a special underwater exploration of a World War II sunken vessel.
A night sky UHD timelapse “Above Kissamos” film by The MultiMaker on May 1st brings to mind the eternal gift of the universe seen from Crete.
A Crete sunset symbolizes what Cretans hope will be the end of a pandemic, and a new beginning.
This coming Sunday is the last time this year that people can take in Fortress of Koules – Aptera. Opening hours are from 11.00 – 14.00.
The opening ceremonies of the 7th edition of the Giortes Rokkas Festival take place tonight in Rokka Square in Chania Prefecture August 1st.
The storm damage to roads, buildings, and the local infrastructure of Crete will exceed €100 million euro, according to the region’s Governor
Stavros Arnaoutaki .
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.
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.
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.