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Crete!, thousands of picturesque villages, breathtaking scenery, endless sandy beaches, 300 days of sunshine per year, varied landscape, delicious and renowned local cuisine, unique flora, magnificent gorges, medieval cities, imposing mountains, friendly and hospitable people, a unique culture and a glorious past. Crete is a place you don't want to miss...

Heraklion is the largest city in Crete (and fifth in Greece) with a population in excess of 120000. It concentrates most of the economic activity of the island, and is the main port of entry to Crete for the majority of visitors and commodities.

Iraklion (also transliterated as Heraklion or Herakleion) is the largest urban centre in Crete and the capital of the region and the economic centre of the island. Currently the population of the municipality of Heraklion is approximately 150.000 people. It is a very dynamic and cosmopolitan town, particularly during the summer period when thousands of visitors can be seen shopping in the market or visiting the museums and other places of interest.

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Réthymnon is the capital of the Prefecture of the same name and it is built between two other large cities of Crete. In the east is Iraklion and to the west is Hania. Réthymnon lies along the north coast, having to the east one of the largest sand beaches in Crete and to the west a rocky coastline that ends up to another large sand beach. Réthymnon is the administrative, communications and commercial center of the Prefecture with approximately 25,000 inhabitants.Today the city's main income is from tourism, many new facilities having been built in the past 20 years. Agriculture is also notable, especially for olive oil and other Mediterranean products.

Chania (Hania) is the capital of the Prefecture of the same name and the second biggest town in Crete, with a population of 60,000 inhabitants. It lies (Coordinates 35°31' N 24°1' E ) along the North coast of the island, about 55 km west of Rethymnon and 140 km west of Iraklion (Heraklion). Hania's old town (although it was heavily bombed by Germans in World War II) is considered as Crete's most beautiful urban district, especially the Venetian harbour with its 16th century lighthouse and the Mosque of the Janissaries ("Giali Tzamissi", built 17th century). Many of the old buildings have been restored as hotels, restaurants, shops and bars, making the old town a lively and colourful place, especially during the tourist period.

Agios Nikólaos, with 9.500 inhabitants, is the capital of the Lassithi province of Crete. It is built around a picturesque lake at the north-western side of the Mirabello bay, the biggest bay in Crete. Major administrative, cultural and communications center, Agios Nikolaos is one of the most developed tourist areas, not only in Crete but in Greece in general. Thanks to the beautiful coasts, the great sights and the cosmopolitan life, this lively city hosts every year thousands of visitors without losing one bit of its tranquility and traditional hospitality.

Ierápetra, the southernmost town of Crete, combines a brilliant past with a present of economic growth and extension. The temperature seldom falls below 12°C, and the mean annual temperature is 20°C, also it is the sunniest and hottest region of Greece. It has a long sandy beach and clean blue sea, a picturesque port with the castle "Kales", an archaeological Museum, and many more attractions. Visitors will find a wide range of accommodation facilities and lots of interesting things to do and see in the town and the wider area as well.

Paleochora, the pearl of the Libyan Sea! Paleochora (population~ 1500) is surrounded by mountains and is situated at the tip of a peninsular. Along the western side is a long sandy beach fringed by trees and tavernas. At the tip of the peninsular is the remains of an old Venetian (Selino Kasteli) fort and a marina. On the eastern side lies the old town, the ferry dock and a long pebble beach lined with tavernas.
Paleochora becomes very busy during high season but still have places for those who want to get away from the crowd. Little boats are linking Paleohora with Agia Roumeli, Hora Sfakion and the small island of Gavdos.

South East Iraklion is a historical place with outstanding natural beauty, unspoiled villages and great beaches. The town of Ano Viannos is built amphitheatrically on the southern slopes of Dikti mountain at 560 m. above sea in a distance of 65km from Iraklion and 40km from Ierapetra. It preserves the traditional character with the narrow paved streets, the stone built houses - especially the "Plaka' quarter - the old kefeneios with tables under the plane trees and old churches such as Agios Georgios and Agia Pelagia with wall paintings dating back to the 14th century.

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Crete

Crete is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Greece. It is the largest island in Greece and the second largest in the eastern Mediterranean Sea (after Cyprus).

If you haven’t visited Crete yet, now may be the time to come and discover this fascinating Greek island. If it captures your heart, don’t worry, come back again next year and Crete will welcome you once more with its smiling Cretan sun.

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Crete is very well serviced by sevaral schedules ferry services. You can go from Pireaus to Heraklion with Minoan Lines, to Chania with ANEK Lines or Hellenic Seaways, to Ayios Nikolaos and Sitia with LANE Lines. LANE also operates routes from Ayios Nikolaos/Sitia to Rhodes and other greek islands.

The main ports in Crete that ferries come into are in Heraklion, Chania, Rethymno, Sitia, and Kastelli-Kassamos.

Since there are no roads along the southwest coast there is a ferry line, with connections between Paleochora, Sougia, Agia Roumeli, Loutro and Hora Sfakion. There is also a connection with the islet of Gavdos, Europe's southernmost point at Cape Tripiti.

In the summer, there are daily catmarans (hydrofoils) from Heraklion to Santorini. The trip takes about 2.5 hours. Hellenic Seaways and SeaJets offer these sailings. You can also go to Crete by ferry from the Peloponnese/Gytheio and Kythira island. This ferry lands on the west part of Crete, in Kissamos port.


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