The Keftiu, modernized by Arthur Evans as “Minoan,” are still a mystery unsolved. What happened to them?
SYRIZA Heraklion MPs Nikos Igoumenidis, Socratis Vardakis, and Haris Mamoulakis demand support for the marina in Tsoutsouras.
If ever there were a time to fly to Crete to find that perfect, quiet hideaway for vacation, this year is it.
In Tsoutsouras, in southern Crete, theres more legend, experiences, and myth than any tourist can take in.
An update of what’s happening on Crete island over the weekends. August 9th saw locals at their usual haunts.
In his first controversial book on extraterrestrials in antiquity, the legendary UFO expert and author of the famous book “Chariots of the Gods,” Erich von Däniken devoted a chapter to the “Minoan Hypothesis.” This theory, derived from Plato’s descriptions of Atlantis, which were later associated with the destruction of Thera (Santorini), has been hotly debated for decades now.
In the South of Crete there’s a little village on the sea called Tsoutsouras. It’s a sparkling and shiny little place where people go swimming in its “medicinal” waters, and where echoes of ancient cults and rites abound.