At the summit of Kofinas, like little gods
Hike up the holy summit of Asterousia Mountains and bow before the majesty of the Libyan Sea
From Anogia to the Plateau of Nida, the den of Zeus
A winter excursion in ancient landscapes, imbued with legends, history and ... snow
Gareth Owens & the secrets of the Disk of Phaistos
Published in "City People"
Every year on the 3rd of July you will find him enjoying a cup of coffee at the same place: the palace of Radamanthys in…
Minoan Civilization, Creep, and Radiohead
Published in "City Docs"
Surrealistic lessons of Minoan history on YouTube
No more boring holidays!
This summer in Crete will be different: four alternative tourism companies take care of everything and you only need to enjoy!
Swinging Full Moon in the archaeological site of Tylissos
Published in "What's on now"
The *NEW* Archaeological Museum of Heraklion
Published in "What to see"
One of the most important museums of Greece, if not Europe, and one of the first in number of visitors in the country, remained partly…
The ascent to Mount Yuchtas
Sometimes you don’t need to go very far to find wild Cretan nature. The anthropomorphic mountain of Yuchtas is just a few kilometers away from…
The exotic islands of Crete
Strange as it may seem, the island of Crete has its own islands, ideal for short exotic getaways. Isolated, alluring, civilization-free…the small sputniks of the…
The Holy Vibes of Martsalo
If you want to find the hidden paradises of Crete you have to travel like a pilgrim. You have to cross rocky trails, let the…
The Minoan Palace of Malia
Published in "Presentations"
The third largest Minoan palace of Crete, once ruled by mythical King Sarpedon, overlooks the Cretan Sea with the imposing mountain of Selena in the…
Video - time machine: Crete in the 60s
Published in "Cretan Tales"
A vintage doc by British Pathé takes us back to Crete in the '60s
When Henry Miller sat on the throne of Minos
The incisive descriptions of the famous American writer of his travels in Crete in 1939