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Sights, Crete

Crete is filled with different opportunities to explore stunning secluded spots and unforgettable scenes, by boat and by foot. Sail over the ocean waters to visit the heavenly Lake Voulisment, in Agios Nikolaos and capture the essence of Crete’s wondrous landscape. Or, take a hike to Samaria Gorge, the stunning national park that has been named as one of the best in the whole of Europe.

Agios Nikolaos Harbour

If you are visiting Crete on a cruise, there’s a good chance you will call in at Agios Nikolaos Harbour. This busy harbour is home to boats and…

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Cave of Zeus

The Cave of Zeus is one of Crete’s most historical attractions, holding an incredibly significant place in Greek history. It is believed to be the…

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Heraklion

What visit to Crete would be complete without a visit to the island’s capital, Heraklion? This city is the fourth largest in Greece, so it offers…

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Lake Voulismeni

Located in the centre of the town of Agios Nikolaos, Lake Voulismeni is referred to as “the lake” by the locals and offers unparalleled beauty.

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Old Town

Crete’s old town of Rethymnon is one of the best-preserved towns from the Renaissance era. The old town is a favourite with those in search of…

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Palace of Malia

Located on the north coast of Crete, the Palace of Malia can be found just east of Heraklion. These ruins are the remains of ancient Minoan.

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Samaria Gorge

A favourite with hikers all around the world, Samaria Gorge is one of the most picturesque and scenic national parks in all of Europe.

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Skotino Cave

Lying high on a hill just south of Gouves, a little northwest of the village of Skotino, is Skotino cave. At 160 metres deep and 36 metres wide…

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Spinalonga Island

Officially known as Kalydon, Spinalonga Island lies at the mouth of the natural port of Elounda. For an island of just 85000 square metres in size…

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