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Winter Colors in Milia Ecotourism Traditional Hotel

Winter colors in Milia Ecotourism Traditional Hotel.

Lost in nature ... life is beautiful.

Learn more about this amazing place : Milia Eco Hotel 

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White Days In The Mountains Of Crete

Lovely, sunny and ... white! 

Snowy Psiloritis Mountains or Dikti Mountains in Crete.

"Wishing you and your loved ones a Happy, Healthy, Festive Season and continued success in the New Year!

Happy Holidays!

The Superb Travel Team

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Crete: White Dreams – Uncovering An Untapped Ski Touring Paradise

Crete: White Dreams – Uncovering an untapped ski touring paradise.

This is the story of five ladies from the Dynafit Team.

They got out of their comfort zone, exposed themselves to adventure and entered a world where strangers became familiar friends and dreams transformed into reality.

Enjoy their video : Crete: White Dreams – Uncovering an untapped ski touring paradise

Winter In Crete - Rouvas Forest

... colorful, amazing nature at Rouvas Forest!

Rouvas Forest at Zaros Village is an ecosystem with rich flora and fauna, smaller canyons and interesting geological formations and cliffs of rare beauty. It has a total length of 4 km with 2,7km being well-shaped by the Forest Service for soft activities such as hiking, mountaineering, rock climbing, naturalism and observation of wildlife in a truly unique environment.

Crete in winter ... "Out of season" and "off-season" the right time to...

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AEGEAN Committed to Extend Greece’s Tourism Season

AEGEAN on Wednesday once again underlined its commitment to contribute to the extension of Greece’s tourism season during the winter months.

According to an announcement, the company’s two carriers – AEGEAN and Olympic Air -carried 11.6 million passengers during the first nine months of 2019, reporting a 7 percent growth in passenger traffic. The growth is almost entirely due to the company’s 11 percent increase in international flights (700,000 additional passengers), reaching 6.8...

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Culture Ministry: Winter Schedule for Greek Sites, Museums

State museums and archaeological sites in Greece as of January 7, will be operating in accordance to the winter schedule.

According to a recent decision by the Culture Ministry, which was published in the Government Gazette, starting on January 7, and until February 28, Greek museums and archaeological sites will open at 8.30am and close at 3.30pm.

Furthermore, during March, for the first time this year, the operating hours will be extended by 30 minutes – from 8.30am to 4pm – due to...

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Winter In Crete - Snowy Psiloritis Mount

Winter is already here and the highest mountains of Crete are already covered of snow.

I see a polar elephant, a bit surrealistic, like those of Salvador Dali.
Lovely artwork!

Hopefully you see exactly the same!

You could learn more about Crete in Winter

Photo is made on highest peak of Crete, Timios Stavros, at 2,456m a.s.l. on Mt Psiloritis.

From December to early April usually the summit is cover with snow.

Photo : by Pierra Creta

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Sunny Wishes For A Glorious Weekend

Dear guests and friends,

sunny and bright days the last few days in Crete.

South winds raised the temperature up to 20-25 C earlier today.

Our best wishes for a very beautiful weekend.

Your superbtravel.gr team

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Photo of Day : Winter in Crete

Crete in Winter ...

"Out of season" and "off-season" the right time to enjoy Crete's more peaceful nature. A good time to pursue interests, studies, hobbies and hikes.
By winter, we mean November until late March.

Winter months offer the chance to explore the uncrowded vision of Crete.

Explore more about Crete in Winter!

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Why You Should Travel to Crete in Winter

Biking through ghostly seaside resorts along the northern coast of Crete, it’s clear that finding somewhere for coffee might be something of a challenge.

We’ve timed our trip deliberately out of season to explore the largest and most populous of the Greek islands without doing battle with crowds or heat.

We’ve packed a picnic, and cycling inland through mountain villages and towns, we find there are places to idle over a hot glass of tea as the locals do.

As the most southerly of...