Introducing Crete

As Greece’s largest island, Crete has a lot to offer. The varied terrain means that you could be hiking the impressive mountainscapes of the island or you could be winding down on a white sand beach, and with such a rich and complex history which roots all the way back to ancient times, your journey will be enveloped in mystery, magic and Greek myths. Visit Chania to get right in the mix with endless luxury resorts, restaurants, sightseeing and nightlife or retreat to a quiet fishing village such as Elounda to enjoy some much needed R&R. Wherever you end up, there’s plenty to see and do for every age group.

Highlights of Crete

Visit Chania, the most popular destination on the island. There’s great nightlife, awesome beaches and countless attractions including the famous National Park, the Archaeological Museum, the National Museum and the Etz Hayyim Synagogue.
Heraklion is the administrative capital and although not as well-known as Chania, it’s still worth exploring. Visit Knossos and the Heraklion Archaeological Museum or the Koules Fortress situated along the port.
Explore the small fishing town of Elounda and one of the most luxurious resorts on the island. Family friendly and great for couples.
Head to Lasithi, the least mountainous region of Crete and spend time exploring the major town of Agios Nikolaos.
The small island of Elafonisi is located just off the south west coast of Crete and it is best known for its spectacular pink sand beaches.

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