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Trefon Hotel, Rethymno, Crete

Trefon Hotel

Rethymno, Crete

Apollon Aparthotel, Rethymnon, Crete

Apollon Aparthotel

Rethymnon, Crete

Orestis Hotel, Kato Stalos, Crete

Orestis Hotel

Kato Stalos, Crete

Palmera Beach Hotel, Hersonissos, Crete

Palmera Beach Hotel

Hersonissos, Crete

El Greco Hotel, Chania, Crete

El Greco Hotel

Chania, Crete

Matheos Apartments, Hersonissos-Piscopiano, Crete

Matheos Apartments

Hersonissos-Piscopiano, Crete

Aquila Porto Hotel, Rethymnon, Crete

Aquila Porto Hotel

Rethymnon, Crete

Antinoos Hotel, Hersonissos, Crete

Antinoos Hotel

Hersonissos, Crete

Minos Beach Art Aparthotel, Aghios Nikolaos, Crete

Minos Beach Art Aparthotel

Aghios Nikolaos, Crete

Delfini Beach Hotel, Rethymnon, Crete

Delfini Beach Hotel

Rethymnon, Crete

Astra Village Hotel, Hersonissos, Crete

Astra Village Hotel

Hersonissos, Crete

Lefkoniko Bay Hotel, Rethymnon, Crete

Lefkoniko Bay Hotel

Rethymnon, Crete

Aldemar Knossos Royal Hotel, Hersonissos, Crete

Aldemar Knossos Royal Hotel

Hersonissos, Crete

Palm Bay Hotel, Sissi, Crete

Palm Bay Hotel

Sissi, Crete

Kastro Apartments, Malia, Crete

Kastro Apartments

Malia, Crete

Iro Hotel, Hersonissos, Crete

Iro Hotel

Hersonissos, Crete

Creta Star Hotel, Scaleta, Crete

Creta Star Hotel

Scaleta, Crete

Elpida Hotel, Kalo Chorio, Crete

Elpida Hotel

Kalo Chorio, Crete

Gortyna Hotel, Scaleta, Crete

Gortyna Hotel

Scaleta, Crete

Sonio Beach Apartments, Platanias, Crete

Sonio Beach Apartments

Platanias, Crete

Sunlight Apartments, Georgioupolis, Crete

Sunlight Apartments

Georgioupolis, Crete

Excursions in Crete


Crete Catamaran

Crete Catamaran

Picture this. You're sprawled on deck drenched in warm sunshine. Sea breezes are ruffling through your hair and all you can see is the sea and passing coastline. That's what awaits you on this limited-place catamaran cruise. After boarding your boat at Panormo near Rethymnon, your crew will hoist anchor to sail along Crete's rugged northern coast. And as you cut through waves it's all about unwinding and kicking back. Soak up the views or work on your tan; the choice is yours. Because the numbers are restricted to 21 guests, the atmosphere is really conductive to relaxation, too. After a while you'll dock at a waterfront taverna and then spend some time lazing on the beach. There's a snorkeling stop during your cruise, too, so make sure you bring your swimming gear.



Crete Excursion to Santorini

Crete Excursion to Santorini

The volcanic island of Santorini lies just north of Crete. This day trip by catamaran is a great chance to take a close-up look at it. Curved around a colossal, sea filled , caldera that was formed by a volcanic eruption 3,500 years ago, it's all black cliffs, whitewashed villages and blue domed churches; so it's a picture-postcard Greece. Once you're off the boat, you'll take off on a scenic tour, ticking through many of the island's highlights and learning about its history. Explore a caldera-edge town, where whitewashed houses, cobbled streets and tavernas descend down the cliff-face in steep terraces. Snap up treats at the island's shops and boutiques and visit some of the best viewpoints to take photos. A fabulous trip with a boat ride each way.



Crete Lagoon Cruise

Crete Lagoon Cruise

This cruise has everything: scenery, beach time and a helping of medieval history. Everything starts at Kastelli, on Crete's northwest coast, where a boat will take you around the Gramvoussa peninsula. Keep your camera handy as you sail past steep cliffs and caves before docking at Gramvoussa Island. Once a pirate hideout, this massive chunk of rock is crowned by a half-ruined Venetian castle. You can stay and sunbathe on deck, take a swim or trek up to the castle to drink in the views. After that, your boat will make its way back to the peninsula and Tigani. Lapped by the shallow Balos Lagoon, it is a beach that looks like something from the Caribbean. Laze on the white sands, snap photos of the views or splash about in the waters; they're as warm as a bath and are no more than knee-deep for a really long way out.



Spinalonga Excursion

Spinalonga Excursion

One of the most famous spots in Crete, Spinalonga is sometimes called the 'island of tears' due to its past as a leper colony. Between 1903 and 1957, it was home to hundreds of lepers who were shipped here and then forbidden to leave. On this trip, you'll ride a boat to the island from Elounda. On arrival there will be a guided walk around the remains of the colony, which was established within the walls of a huge Venetian fortress. See the main street, still lined with the shops and houses where the lepers attempted to live ordinary lives, and look around the old hospital and graveyard. Later, we will sail to Kolokitha Island, where we'll moor at a small beach. Swim in the sea or stretch out in the sunshine while the crew prepares a barbecue lunch and drinks. There will be roughly two hours to relax here before the return trip. A fascinating, if poignant day.



Crete - Sunshine Cruise

Crete - Sunshine Cruise

If you like sightseeing mixed up with shopping, then this morning trip is ideal. After leaving your resort and traveling through Crete's countryside, you'll come to Agios Nikoloas. Tucked into the northeast coast, this buzzing town is set between huge Mirabello Bay and a ridge of hills. When you arrive, you'll get a couple of hours or so to explore on your own. Potter around its open-air market, pick up some souvenirs in its shops or take a stroll around its harbour, dipping in and out of the waterfront cafes. Then, after leaving 'Ag. Nik" behind, you'll make tracks for Kritsa, a hub of Cretan crafts. Tumbling down a hillside, the main street of this mountain village is jam-packed with handicraft stalls during the summer. Enjoy more free time here, perhaps buying some of Crete's embroidered linens, hand-woven rugs or hand-made pottery as mementoes. Then its time to wend your way back home.



Sail Away

Sail Away

Escape onto the waters around Crete for the day on this cruise. Sailing on a yacht from Agios Nikolaos and with a maximum of just 22 guests on board, it's perfect for whiling away the hours and working on your tan in peace. Snooze in the sunshine, chat to your fellow guests or just drink in the sight of the fishing villages, beaches and cliffs as they drift by. Keep an eye out for dolphins, too; there are plenty in the local waters and you may just spot them racing alongside the boat. Along the way you'll weigh anchor for regular swimming stops, giving you lots of chances to cool off or snorkel in the water. Around half way through, your crew will serve you with an on-board lunch and drinks. After that you'll turn homewards, sailing gently back to Agios Nikolaos with more relaxation time to enjoy as you go.



Souda Bay Cruise

Souda Bay Cruise

A day of relaxation and discovery for all the family as you enjoy a funny cruise around the Souda Gulf , before a chance to swim off the boat in the diamond-clear waters of Almirida Beach and take-in the caves of Drepano. Drop anchor at the silky-soft sandy beach of Marathi for free time to relax, including a light lunch on board and water slides for the kids or have some well-earned family time together in a cracking spot.



Crete Discover the West

Crete Discover the West

Crete's western corner offers up some fantastic history and scenery; and this day trip is great for taking it all in. Your first stop is the World War ll Cemetery at Souda Bay. With it's green lawns edging the bay's shores, this poignant place is home to over 1,500 graves of British and Commonwealth soldiers who died here during the 1841 Battle of Crete. After visiting the nearby grave of Crete's national hero, Eleftherios Venizelos, you'll then continue on to Chania. Set around an old harbour and threaded with cobbled lanes, it's one of Crete's most beautiful harbour towns. After a guided tour, you'll get the chance for a spot of shopping, perhaps snapping up leather goods along the town's famous" Leather Lane". Next, you'll drive to Vrisses, where you can sample some of Crete's home grown wines. And last but not least, you'll stop at Lake Kournas, Crete's largest lake. There's time here to relax over drinks and admire the views before your return journey.



Crete Myths and Legends

Crete Myths and Legends

This half-day excursion suited for the whole family introduces you in a playful manner to Greek mythology and Crete´s most important archaeological site, the palace of Knossos.You will equally appreciate this day if you prefer the ¨light version¨of an archaeological excursion or in case you are an adult fan of mythology. Then we continue towards the village of Archanes with the Jouchtas mountain looming over it .Stroll through the pretty village that is surrounded by vineyards and a visit of the folklore museum



Minoa Magik

Minoa Magik

If there's one must-see in Crete, it's the Palace of Knossos. Just south of Heraklion, it's the island's most popular attraction, and for good reason, it's absolutely fascinating. Dating back to 1900BC, it was the hub of Crete's Minoan civilization and where the fearsome Minotaur was said to have lurked in a labyrinth. Your guide will explain the myths surrounding the palace and its kings as you explore its treasures, including the throne room, royal apartments and frescoes. Then we will move on to Heraklion, Crete's capital, for a mini guided tour. See the city walls and old harbour, which is dominated by a 16th century Venetian fortress. There will also be two hours on your own to explore the city at your own leisure, perhaps shopping at the market, walking round the harbour walls or people watching from a waterside cafe. A great day of discovery for history and culture buffs. Hotel pick-ups will be between 6.50-10.15am, with return to your accommodation between 5-6.30pm.



Crete Acqua Park Plus Premier

Crete Acqua Park Plus Premier

Fancy pumping that adrenalin? Or getting in some serious R&R while the kids whoop it up? Then this one is for you. Grab the gang and come along with us to AcquaPlus, one of Crete's biggest water parks. Arriving mid-morning, you'll have the best part of the day to throw yourself into its white-knuckle rides or just take things easy in the sunshine. Hurl yourself down the dark tunnels of the Black Holes. Shoot down the rushing Crazy River or whiz down the Kamikaze on your back, you'll feel a bit like a human bobsleigh. If you're looking for something lazier, meanwhile, there's a hydro massage pool, lazy river and sun terraces. Plus there are water-play areas and miniature pools for the tiny tots. And to make things easy for you, the trip includes transfers there and back, entrance and lunchtime snack and drink. A cracking family day out.



Crete water park and transfer

Crete water park and transfer

Enjoy a day out at one of Crete´s most exciting attractions - Limnoupolis Water Park. Laid out over landscaped gardens, it is bursting at the seams with slides, rides and sunbathing terraces, all centered round a 1,500-square-metre swimming pool. There’s something here to keep all ages happy for hours. Thrill-seekers will love tackling the tubes of the Triple Twist, the scary Giant Slide and the churning waters of the crazy River. There´s also a children´s´ pool, Tarzan-like assault courses, mini-motorbikes and football for the children for when they want change from all the splashing and swimming. Add a playground, cafés, bars and loads of space to lounge in the sunshine, and you´ve got all the ingredients for a fantastic day. We do everything for you; dropping you off in the morning and taking you back to your resort late afternoon. Your park sun beds are reserved, too.



Scuba Diving

Scuba Diving

Discover another world when you learn to scuba dive in the warm clear Mediterranean waters. This is the perfect opportunity for you to have a go. Our fully qualified instructors will take you through all you need to know so you can confidently don the mask, air tank and flippers and experience life beneath the waves. No previous experience is needed for the trial dive and we can also arrange dives for the experienced diver. A glittering underwater world of colourful fish and marine life awaits you.



Go Greek

Go Greek

If you have ever been for a knees up down at the local Greek, you´ll know just how much fun a Greek night can be, and that’s what this evening trip serves up. Everything kicks off when we whisk you to a taverna and you´re treated to a ´meze´ dinner and free-flowing wine. Then, as you eat, you´re entertained by a packed programme of Greek dancing. Sing along as colourfully dressed dancers show off their steps. As the evening unfolds let the bouzouki music tempt you out on to the floor. Before long you´ll be dancing along to the famous´sirtaki´. This Zorba the Greek classic involves everyone forming a line, linking arms and kicking along to ever-faster music, which is usually played at the end as it´s something of a roof- raiser. The events lasts around two and a half hours and we´ll take you back to your resort afterwards, so you can eat, drink and be merry.



Botanical Park

Botanical Park

Come and see the nature of Crete, all in one place, the botanical gardens just outside Chania. We start the day with some local tea out at the big terrace with a view over the growing garden and the beautiful Lefka Ori mountains behind. After some relaxing it's time to fix the Greek food, this we will do together with the chef. While when the food is getting ready it is time to take a closer look at our ingredients that we have been using. We will walk through fruit trees, herbs, ornamental plants and much more. Here you get the chance to learn about all the plants and breathe in the fresh air and experience all the smells that are in the air. Afterward while we are waiting for the food we will try some different locally produced wines. We will end with the best, to eat the food that we have been cooking and enjoy the fantastic view and atmosphere. A day you will always remember.



Crete 4x4 adventure

Crete 4x4 adventure

On this trip you´ll ride a 4x4 to go where no car can take you, all accompanied by a driver who´ll act as your guide. Traveling off the beaten track you’ll head into rural Crete to see some of the places that most tourists never see. You’ll start at an olive oil farm and the Lassithi Plateau; a peaceful land of citrus groves, vineyards and stone windmills surrounded by mountains. After exploring here and a complimentary lunch at the old village of Agios Konstantinos, you´ll trundle on to the sacred cave of Pyschro. The story goes that this is the ´Diktaean Cave´, the mythical birthplace of Zeus himself. Head deep inside to see its stalactites and stalagmites before setting off again for Krassi. This hill village boasts the oldest tree in Crete; a huge, spreading plane tree dominating its central square. There´ll be plenty of other sights and photo-stops along the way, so don´t forget your camera.



Imbros Gorge

Imbros Gorge

If hiking the Samaria Gorge sounds like too much for you, Then Crete comes up with another, easier option, The Imbros Gorge. Walking this 8 kilometre ravine is less strenuous but it's still something special. Drink in the view over the White Mountains as we head up to the starting point, the mountain village on Imbros. Here, you'll set off on your two to three hour hike, following footpaths and cobbled trails. Keep watch for Crete's "kri-kri" wild goats as you go. And reach for your camera at the most spectacular section, where everything narrows into a 2 metre passageway twisting steep, 300 ft walls. The Imbros opens onto the sea at the village of Komitades, where you can relax over drinks at a taverna before continuing to nearby Frangokastello. Famous for its 14th centrury Venetian castle;you'll have extra time here for a swim or to buy lunch before we head home.



Samaria Gorge

Samaria Gorge

Pull on your walking boots for this hike through Samaria Gorge. Running for 18km, this spectacular ravine is the longest in Europe. So it's a serious five to six hour trek that's not for the faint hearted. We'll start by driving though the White Mountains to your starting point, the Xyloskalo staricase, which zigzags more than 200 metres down into the gorge. Once at the botton, it's a case of letting your legs do the work while you enjoy the scenery. We'll pass tiny chapels, walk between the high ravine walls and maybe spot some of Crete's wild 'kri-kri' goats. The highlight, though, is the 'Iron Gates'; the narrowest section of the gorge, where the 300 metre-high walls stand just three metres apart. At the end we'll reach the seaside village of Agia Roumelli, where if you've made good time, you can grab a swim or relax in a taverna. Then we'll catch a boat along the coast to where your coach awaits. Great for outdoors types. Children must 10 years or older.



Acqua Park Plus with Transfer

Acqua Park Plus with Transfer

Fancy pumping that adrenalin? Or getting in some serious R&R while the kids whoop it up? Then this one is for you. Grab the gang and come along with us to AcquaPlus, one of Crete's biggest water parks. Arriving mid-morning, you'll have the best part of the day to throw yourself into its white-knuckle rides or just take things easy in the sunshine. Hurl yourself down the dark tunnels of the Black Holes. Shoot down the rushing Crazy River or whiz down the Kamikaze on your back, you'll feel a bit like a human bobsleigh. If you're looking for something lazier, meanwhile, there's a hydro massage pool, lazy river and sun terraces. Plus there are water-play areas and miniature pools for the tiny tots. And to make things easy for you, the trip includes, transfers there and back and entrance. A cracking family day out.



Watercity

Watercity

Fancy hitting a waterpark for the day. Pack your swimming gear and head for one of the biggest aquatic parks in Crete. Nestled in the hills near Anopolis, this place is a maze of white-knuckle rides and chutes framed by sunbathing terraces, restaurants and gardens. Take things easy in the sunshine as the children throw themselves into the Black Hole, shoot down the Kamikaze or rush along the Crazy River. There’s a huge swimming pool and wave pool, too, plus two shallow numbers for tiny tots. If you want something more relaxing, you can float down the Lazy River or unwind in the giant outdoor whirlpool. When it’s time to refuel, you’ll find plenty of places to rest up, too, including an ice-cream stand, cafes, bars and a restaurant serving Greek and British eats. What’s more, the trip includes transfers, so getting there and back is easy.



Elafonisi Island Paradise

Elafonisi Island Paradise

This trip sets it's sights on Elafonisi, and idyllic island off Crete's southeast coast. First though, you'll travel to the village of Voulgara, where you'll stop for coffiee or snacks. From here you'll walk up to Agia Sophia, a colossal cave famous for its stalactites and interior chapel. Wander round as your guide explains the myths surrounding this place. It's said the hoof-print of St. Georges's horse can be found here. And if you look hard enough you'll find what looks like a horseshoe print in a rock. Later, you'll continue to Chrissoskalitissa or the "Golden Staircase" monastery. Standing high above a bay, it's 1,000 years old, commanding breathtaking views. Next, it's on to the star attraction as you take a boat to Elafonisi. Ringed by pink sands and light blue seas, This unhabited island could hardly be more beautiful. Spend the afternoon on it's beaches or swimming in its shallows or take an optional boat rip to the port of Paleochora before heading homewards. Itinerary: 07.30-09.00 Pick up from hotels 09.20 Coffee stop at Voulgaro 09.45-10.00 Chrissoskalitissa 10.00- 11.40 Coach trip 11.40- 12.00 Arrival at Elafonisi 12.00-14.30 Time on Elafonisi 14.30-16.00 Depart from Elafonisi for Paleochora by coach or optional boat trip 16.00-17.00 Paleochora 17.00- 18.30 Arrival in Chania



Heraklion Market and Town

Heraklion Market and Town

The weekly street market,or laiki is a greek institution you should not miss.A variety of goods and stalls from clothes,shoes,textiles and embroidery to fruits and vegetables .Then move on to explore the bustling town of Heraklion with stylish boutiques and souvenir shops.



Agios Nikolaos Market and Kritsa

Agios Nikolaos Market and Kritsa

If you like sightseeing mixed up with shopping, then this morning trip is ideal. After leaving your resort and traveling through Crete's countryside, you'll come to Agios Nikoloas. Tucked into the northeast coast, this buzzing town is set between huge Mirabello Bay and a ridge of hills. When you arrive, you'll get a couple of hours or so to explore on your own. Potter around its open-air market, pick up some souvenirs in its shops or take a stroll around its harbour, dipping in and out of the waterfront cafes. Then, after leaving 'Ag. Nik" behind, you'll make tracks for Kritsa, a hub of Cretan crafts. Tumbling down a hillside, the main street of this mountain village is jam-packed with handicraft stalls during the summer. Enjoy more free time here, perhaps buying some of Crete's embroidered linens, hand-woven rugs or hand-made pottery as mementoes. Then its time to wend your way back home.