Greece Deputy Minister for Civil Protection & Crisis Management Nikos Hardalias says music now allowed at many cafes and restaurants.
Happy Easter from the team at Argophilia and the famously friendly people of the island of Crete!
The untimely death of Nikos Zacharioudakis saddens the arts and other communities of the island. Nikos lost his battle with coronavirus.
Crete is one of those places most travelers never want to leave once they visit. Here’s some reasons why.
The shift away from nature began when ancient society departed from the refined feminine dominated civilizations. There must be a way back…
The Greek Tourism Ministry, in cooperation with Google, has launched the greecefromhome.com (#greecefromhome) site.
With Crete in lockdown over the coronavirus pandemic, it’s a time to appreciate the paradise island we live on. Instagram provides hope.
A catastrophe of unimaginable devastation may have put an end to humanity’s brightest moment – the mysterious Minoan Civilization.
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.
A couple of weeks back we had the privilege of spending time with one of Russia’s most successful TV producers here on Crete. Ramilya Gilyazova of Channel 360, was on Greece’s biggest island for two weeks in June and July, and we thought to get her impressions about the island. We spent a few days […]
Coming up at the end of the week and this weekend on Crete, some performances not to miss.
The 2019 tourism season has finally cranked up on Crete, and Heraklion Instagram shares reveal part of the amazing experiences being had by people from around the world.
The Minoan Theater in Karteros is an authentic journey into Minoan life that begins like a prayer and ends like an epiphany.