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Covid-19: Updated List of Countries that Can Visit the EU

Covid-19: Updated List of Countries that Can Visit the EU

The European Council on Thursday updated the list of third countries for which travel restrictions, taken due to the coronavirus (Covid-19), should be lifted for non-essential travel into the EU.

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Explore Our Superb Activities

Explore Our Superb Activities

We live in an age now that has seen the meteoric rise of the responsible traveler—one who seeks destinations and activities that have a larger purpose than just enjoyment or luxury.

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  Sunny Kalimera From Thalori Traditional Village

Sunny Kalimera From Thalori Traditional Village

Our photo of the day and our sunny kalimera from our superb Thalori Traditional Village.

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Special Offers - Elounda Gulf Villas & Suites

Special Offers - Elounda Gulf Villas & Suites

The Greek summer has arrived and our superb Elounda Gulf Villas & Suites is delighted to offer to all guests once again precious memories that will last a lifetime.

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Booking A Decent Hotel

Booking A Decent Hotel

Booking A Decent Hotel. You booked a decent hotel. You walk into the hotel room. It really pops. Looks great. Trendy wall paper. Cool light fixtures. Mounted flat screen. Gray trim. Patterned tile in the bathroom.

But the more time you spend there...

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Covid-19: Face Masks Now Compulsory at More Indoor Spaces in Greece

Covid-19: Face Masks Now Compulsory at More Indoor Spaces in Greece

Covid-19: Face Masks Now Compulsory at More Indoor Spaces in Crete, Greece. 

Aiming to limit the spread of the coronavirus (Covid-19) in Greece, the government on Tuesday announced that face masks will be mandatory for people visiting a number of indoor establishments including public service offices, banks and retail shops.

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Blue Star Ferries and Hellenic Seaways Now Have e-Ticket Service

Blue Star Ferries and Hellenic Seaways Now Have e-Ticket Service

Greek ferry companies Blue Star Ferries and Hellenic Seaways, members of Attica Group, have introduced a new e-ticket/boarding pass application on domestic routes.

According to an announcement by Attica Group, the goal of the new app is to improve services, make transactions more convenient for passengers, and simplify boarding and travel procedures.

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Wildflowers of Crete

Wildflowers of Crete

There are plenty of wildflowers in lovely Crete and please note that thy are precious components of biodiversity, therefore please avoid picking them or harming them in any way, especially those species under threat. Take a picture instead!

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Covid-19 Checks Continue on Board Greek Ferries

Covid-19 Checks Continue on Board Greek Ferries

Covid-19 testing on board ferries traveling to the Greek islands, mask wearing inside ships, as well as measures to limit crowding at small island ports are being implemented.

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Hurry up Casa Blue Villa - Agia Pelagia Available August & September

Hurry up Casa Blue Villa - Agia Pelagia Available August & September

Hurry up ...!

Our Casa Blue Villa is still available for August & September.

Casa Blue Villa, modern and tastefully furnished, gorgeous and stylish, friendly and helpful owners, one of the area’s most beautiful properties, heaven for families, a fabulous pool, and wonderful views over the village of Agia Pelagia, across the neighbouring countryside and out to the sea. The results are stunning.

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Sunny Kalimera From Lovely Mochlos Village

Sunny Kalimera From Lovely Mochlos Village

Sunny, bright days in small, picturesque Mochlos or Mohlos Village in Eastern Crete.

Enjoy your day, life!

Giannis

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Underwater Research at Ancient Olous on Crete Offers Insight

Underwater Research at Ancient Olous on Crete Offers Insight

Remnants of ancient buildings, as well as parts of fortifications, have been uncovered during underwater excavations at the ancient city of Olous on Crete, the Greek culture ministry announced.

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CNT- Greece’s Beaches Among Europe’s Best for 2020

CNT- Greece’s Beaches Among Europe’s Best for 2020

The beaches of the Cyclades islands, the Ionian sea, Crete and the Sporades complex are included on the list of the “Best Beaches in Europe for 2020”, which was recently released by UK’s Condé Nast Traveller (CNT) magazine.

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Austrian Carrier FlyNiki To Fly To 17 Greek Destinations in 2016, Including Heraklion and Chania

Austrian Carrier FlyNiki To Fly To 17 Greek Destinations in 2016, Including Heraklion and Chania

Austrian low-cost carrier FlyNiki announced that it will service 17 Greek destinations in its new summer 2016 flight itinerary, adding that bookings are already open.

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New Activity : Weaving In Crete - Kurelu Project

New Activity : Weaving In Crete - Kurelu Project

We are very glad about our last activity on CreteTravel.com.

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Aegean Airlines Adds 14 destinations, 1.1 Million Seats

Aegean Airlines Adds 14 destinations, 1.1 Million Seats

Aegean Airlines announced on Thursday the addition of 14 international destinations to its flight schedule for next year, as it seeks to expand its network and offer 1.1 million more seats than in 2015.

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Greek Easter Offer at St. Nicolas Bay Hotel in Agios Nikolaos, Crete

Greek Easter Offer at St. Nicolas Bay Hotel in Agios Nikolaos, Crete

Greek Easter Celebration in Crete is more than just an ordinary event.

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A Tour of the City of Heraklion Crete

A Tour of the City of Heraklion Crete

A Tour of the City of Heraklion during a sunny Spring day.

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The Cretan Dakos, Healthy & Delicious

The Cretan Dakos, Healthy & Delicious

Dakos or ntakos (Greek: ντάκος), also known as koukouvagia or koukouvayia (κουκουβάγια, "owl") or—in eastern Crete—kouloukopsomo (from koulouki + psomi, pup + bread, allegedly the bread given to puppies), is a Cretan meze consisting of a slice of soaked dried bread or barley rusk (paximadi) topped with chopped tomatoes and crumbled feta or mizithra cheese, and flavored with herbs such as dried oregano. Olives and pepper can also be added.

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Why You Need to Overnight in Agia Roumeli?

Why You Need to Overnight in Agia Roumeli?

Each year, thousands of people pass through Agia Roumeli on their way out of the Samaria Gorge without giving it a second glance.

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