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Sunny & Bright Summer Days In Heraklion Crete

Sunny & Bright Summer Days In Heraklion Crete

Sunny & bright summer days In Heraklion Crete.

Kalimera from the centre of Heraklion, Lions Square or Eleftheriou Venizelou Square, named after the Cretan statesman Eleftherios Venizelos.

 

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A truly stunning stylish villa with a private pool - Villa 2Brothers Kerames

A truly stunning stylish villa with a private pool - Villa 2Brothers Kerames

Imagine your stay in a superb villa in quiet south Rethimno, a place full of natural light, minimal design, space and breathtakingly unobstructed views of the endless blue Libyan Sea ... a place for you who are looking for the wideness and stillness of the Cretan nature.

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Covid-19 Measures Announced for Heraklion on Crete

Covid-19 Measures Announced for Heraklion on Crete

Greek authorities, on Monday announced emergency restrictions for the region of Heraklion on the island of Crete, in efforts to limit the spread of the coronavirus.

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Greetings & Offers From Elounda Gulf Villas & Suites

Greetings & Offers From Elounda Gulf Villas & Suites

Dear Crete Travelers, Friends,

I hope my email finds you well and enjoy a superb weekend. 

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UK Keeps Greece on Safe List for Travel

UK Keeps Greece on Safe List for Travel

As Europe braces for a second wave of the Covid-19 pandemic, the UK Foreign Office (FCO) on Thursday updated its travel advice based on the re-assessment of effective coronavirus management.

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Greece to Allow More Israeli Tourists

Greece to Allow More Israeli Tourists

The Greek government has agreed to double the number of Israeli tourists allowed to visit the country from 600 to 1,200 per week as of September 1.

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Time for a change of home office?

Time for a change of home office?

Dear Crete Traveller,

I trust your week is off to a good start and yes maybe it is time for a change of home office?

Imagine ...

...  your day starts with a swim in the irresistible, infinity pool, followed by a delicious, healthy breakfast gazin at the sparkling blue sea.

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The Science & Power Of Water

The Science & Power Of Water

“One of the many possible ways to describe life would be as a series of encounters with various bodies of water. Time spent in, on, under, or near water interspersed with the periods spent thinking about where, when, and how to reach it next.”

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A great Hiking Route - Monasteries Chania Crete

A great Hiking Route - Monasteries Chania Crete

There is a spectacular hiking trail from Agia Triada Monastery to Gouverneto Monastery to the turquoise beach of Kathloliko.

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I told myself, OK let's see another hotel. But then when I got into!

I told myself, OK let's see another hotel. But then when I got into!

I told myself, OK let's see another hotel. But then when I got into!

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Greece Requires Negative Covid-19 Test for Entry from Israel

Greece Requires Negative Covid-19 Test for Entry from Israel

All travelers entering Greece from Israel as of August 17 until August 31, will be obliged to present a negative molecular test result (PCR) for coronavirus (Covid-19) upon arrival to the country.

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Can you spot this place?

Can you spot this place?

Can you maybe spot this place?

Please, write your reply on comments below.

Let's see how good you know lovely Crete

 

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10 Things To Know About 15 August In Crete Greece

10 Things To Know About 15 August In Crete Greece

August 15 is a public holiday in CreteGreece and as The Feast day of Dormition of the Theotokos is one of the most important feast days in the Greek Orthodox as well as Roman Catholic calendars.

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Greece Extends Suspension of Entry for Non-EU Citizens

Greece Extends Suspension of Entry for Non-EU Citizens

Greece will not open its borders for nationals from outside the European Union, with the exception of citizens from 11 countries, according to an aviation directive (NOTAM) issued by the Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (HCAA) on Wednesday.

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Greece Covid-19 : Aviation Directives for Flights from 12 Countries

Greece Covid-19 : Aviation Directives for Flights from 12 Countries

The Hellenic Civil Aviation Authority (HCAA) on Wednesday issued aviation directives (NOTAMs) which provide updated information on passenger flights to Greece from a total of 12 countries (Turkey, Albania, North Macedonia, Bulgaria, Romania, the United Arab Emirates, Malta, Sweden, Czech Republic, Belgium, Spain and The Netherlands), as part of the preventive measures taken to limit the further spread of the coronavirus (Covid-19).

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August Summer & South Rethimno

August Summer & South Rethimno

The sun is shining, it is August, Summer and we are in southern Rethimno at Agios Pavlos Beach ...

... What is better? 

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More Covid-19 Measures Announced in Greece

More Covid-19 Measures Announced in Greece

Greek Civil Protection  of Greece on Tuesday announced additional measures to curb the spread of the coronavirus (Covid-19), as confirmed cases in the country continue an upward trend.

Greece recorded 469 new Covid-19 cases in the past week alone, according to last data.

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Covid-19: Masks Now Mandatory Outdoors on Greek Ferries

Covid-19: Masks Now Mandatory Outdoors on Greek Ferries

Greece has gone ahead and tightened measures on board Greek ferries after a sudden spike in Covid-19 cases, the government announced this week.

Starting on Tuesday, passengers will be required by law to wear masks inside and outdoors on ferry boats to the islands through to August 18.

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Greece Updates Info for post-Covid-19 Travel

Greece Updates Info for post-Covid-19 Travel

The Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs has updated important information on travel to Greece in the post-Covid-19 era from July 1 onwards.

The following information determines how the country will welcome travelers, carry out the necessary diagnostic screening and keep everyone safe throughout the season.

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Covid-19: Where Face Masks Must be Worn in Greece

Covid-19: Where Face Masks Must be Worn in Greece

The Greek government recently made it compulsory for all to wear face masks in super markets to limit the spread of the coronavirus (Covid-19) and to avoid a possible second wave.

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