Valentine’s Day in Rethymno is not observed by the Greek Orthodox Church, but the Roman Catholic Church meets in Mesologhiou Street and you can always attend the St. Valentine’s mass here if you are religious. For non-religious visitors, the city offers enough restaurant and cafes for a romantic evening out, plus other interesting things to do to have a special celebration.
Not many people make a big fuss about Valentine’s Day in Chania. Because the Greek Orthodox Church does not observe this holiday, only young people will mark their calendars to exchange gifts and chocolates. The Roman Catholic Church of Chania can be found in the town centre at Chalidon 46, between the Folklore Museum of Chania and the Archaeological Museum of Chania. The Roman Catholic Church of Chania has an international congregation, and mass is often held in English.
Crete loves to celebrate, and the Yakinthia Festival in Anogeia is one of the most anticipated cultural events of the summer in Rethymno.
Located on a pristine Blue Flag beach on the coast of the Sea of Crete, Mythos Palace Resort & Spa is a playground on its own right, with pools and relaxing poolside areas, direct access to the sea, and a natural backdrop that has the stuff of childhood dreams. It is hard not to fall in love with this place, and little guests will enjoy it as much as their guardians.
There are always attempts to list the best things to do in Rethymno, each depending on travelers’ likes. First time visitors to Rethymno will find this Cretan pearl fascinating.