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Elafonisi is located 76km west of Chania and 5km south of Chrysoskalitisa Monastery, in the southwesternmost tip of Crete. Elafonissi is an oblong peninsula, which often breaks in two parts by water giving the impression of being a separate island. It is a Natura 2000 protected area. The island is full of sand dunes with sea daffodils and jupiners. The endangered loggerhead sea turtle and several more rare animals and plants find shelter on the island; it is strictly forbidden to remove any plants, animals, shells and sand from the area. Swim in the Crystal Clear Waters of Elafonissi with the warm Pink Coral Sand, the 2nd Best Beach in Europe/11th Globally (Trip-Advisor).
One of the most popular holiday destinations worldwide and the most visited of all the Greek islands, Santorini (or Thera / Thira), is one of the most magical places you’ve ever seen! Discover the things to do, exciting tours & activities, fantastic beaches and restaurants, as well as a wide selection of breathtaking photos!
Imbros Gorge is located in province Sfakia and is the third most visited gorge in Crete, following Samaria Gorge and Agia Irini by Sougia, all belonging to the E4 European hiking path. The scenery is beautiful and the low difficulty make the descent of Imbros ideal for families with children. The length of the gorge is 11 km and the course lasts 2-3 hours. The route starts from the small village of Imbros, 700 meters above sea level.
Wednesday & Thursday
price at 32.50€
Escape to the fairytale landscapes of Southern Crete, in one day, with comfort and privacy. Chora Sfakion the capital of the remote and mountainous region , Glyka Nera beach.
Marmara beach with the soft colorful rocks and sea caves & Loutro the small picturesque fishing village.
Jeep Safari at a traditional Shepherd's Hut & get amazed by the wild scenery of Crete. Amazing “become-a-local” experience, taste Cretan recipes and local wine & oil.
Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Sunday
“Greece – The feeling of being lost in time and geography with months and years hazily sparkling ahead in a prospect of inconjecturable magic.”
– Patrick Leigh Fermor