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  1. Melidoni Village

    • Rethimno

    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.

  2. Maroulas Village

    • Rethimno

    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.

  3. Mochlos Village

    • Lasithi

    Mochlos is visually a picturesque fishing village. Easily within reach of Agios Nikolaos, Ierapetra and Sitia (all an easy one hour drive), the possibilities for exploration and sightseeing are numerous.

  4. The Preveli Monastery

    • Rethimno

    The Monastery of Prevelli has a glorious history due to the active and leading involvement of its fellow monks in all national endeavourers for freedom and education of our people. Thus, it merits specific recognition and respect throughout the island of Crete.

  5. Plakias Village

    • Rethimno

    Plakias Village, a big crescent bay holding a fine beach. This is quite a busy tourist destination, but has a unique feel, which appeals to some who normally choose to stay in smaller, quieter places. Beautiful surrounding countryside, fine walks and gorges.

  6. Zaros

    • Heraklion

    Zaros is a particularly attractive, refreshingly unspoilt village famous for its spring water, which are now bottled and sold all over Crete, and an ideal base for walkers to explore the beautiful nature.

  7. Crete

    • ChaniaHeraklionLasithiRethimno

    Crete’s mystery is extremely deep. Whoever sets foot on this island senses a mysterious force branching warmly and beneficiently through his veins, senses his soul begin to grow. - Nikos Kazantzakis, Report to Greco

  8. Sfakia

    • Chania

    Sfakia or Chora Sfakion is squeezed between the sea and the mountains. Generally Sfakia as a region has a very unique and dare we say “genuine” feel to it. Mountains, gorges, sea, sun, beaches and hospitable people.  A walker’s paradise, with many trails, gorges, mountain tops and plains. This is the still amazing west Crete.

  9. Loutro

    • Chania

    Loutro is such an incredibly soporific place, where there’s absolutely nothing ( ... almost ) to do but eat, drink and laze - and where you fast lose any desire to do anything else. This is a magic place to relax, swim, read write your own book in western Crete, Sfakia region.

  10. Made

    • Heraklion

    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.

  11. Anogia

    • Rethimno

    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.

  12. Makrigialos

    • Lasithi

    Makrigialos is a find and has one of the best beaches at this end of Crete, with tavernas and sand which shelves to gently that you begin to think you are going to walk the 320km to Africa.

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