Anogia or Anoyia is a place with history and character with warm people and an excellent cuisine. Birthplace of the famous Greek singers Nikos Xylouris and Psarantonis, Anogia has a history that is powerful and tragic, a must see place in Rethimno area, Crete.
Archanes or Arhanes is a small vibrant town with meticulously restored old houses and pleasant squares a truly remarkable job has been done here. An agricultural town with a long history and important archaeological sites.
Heraklion is Crete’s biggest city (among Chania, Rethimno, Agios Nikolaos, Sitia, Ierapetra), whose emblem is the Venetian fortress of Koules and it harmoniously combines a multilingual past as Byzantine churches standing next to the Venetian mansions.
Kapetaniana is a small village perched at an altitude of 800 meters on the Asterousia range, west of the Κophinas peak. It commands a magnificent view of the Libyan Sea and combines in harmonious ways the wilderness of the mountain and the serenity and benefits of the sea
Made is one of those hidden places, generally quieter than beach areas close to Heraklion, Crete, but with the facilities (if you include Lygaria and Agia Pelagia) that make spending days here a pleasure.
Maroulas is a quiet village situated on the heights above Rethymno, Crete, facing the sea at an altitude of 150 metres and surrounded by greenery, a spring and several valleys. In 1980, Maroulas was listed for its historical monuments but also for some of its houses including Villa Maroulas.
Melidoni is a Village in Geropotamos in Rethymno in the Crete Region of Greece. Melidoni is also a listed traditional settlement, a Municipal district and a Minoan sacred cave. Melidoni is at an altitude of 250 meters.
Rethymno combines rarely united features: the old town's charm and history, with proximity to a long sandy beach. Although it is the third largest town in Crete, Rethimnon never feels like a city as Chania and Heraklion do. Explore one of the best preserved medieval cities in Greece, and search for your fairy-tale romance in Rethymno.
Vlahiana, 15 km southwest of the town of Heraklion, is a small settlement which lies at the southeast foot of Mount Psiloritis, amphitheatrically located at an altitude of 580 meter, overlooking the villages of Kerasia, Venerato, and Avgeniki at a distance of about 1 km.
Zaros is a particularly attractive, refreshingly unspoiled village famous for its spring water, which is now bottled and sold all over Crete, and an ideal base for walkers to explore the beautiful nature.
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