Although it is low season, Rethymno in winter is a fascinating proposition. Average daily temperatures are 12°C in January and February, and around 14°C in December – the weather is not too cold, but wet and usually gray in the city.
The Monastery of Preveli is one of the most beautiful religious landmarks of Crete. It’s a little over an hour drive from Georgioupoli, on the south coast of the island, just next to the Preveli beach and lagoon.
Have you ever visited Chania in winter? It’s such a charming destination, and unlike seeing it in summer, you will find it peaceful and serene.
This part of Crete hides some of the most beautiful sceneries of sand you’ll ever see, many that can be easily described as hidden gems, dramatic, and pristine.
Oropédio Kallikratis is one of those areas travel publications do not mention, as there is not enough information to present them in shining colors, although tourists somehow manage to find their way here even without help from guides, online or printed media.
Georgioupolis in the fall is as fascinating as you will find it under the hot summer sun. The town enjoys its location in the beautiful Chania regional unit, one of the most picturesque Cretan destinations.
The museums of Rethymno are not as imposing as the Smithsonian, but history buffs will be fascinated by what there is to discover within the walls of the Fortezza Castle and beyond.
Summers in Chania are the stuff of childhood dreams: the old Venetian Harbor is full of people walking, shopping, enjoying people watching at rustic cafes facing the sea, dancing, and laughing in the sun. There's never a dull moment here,…
Kalivaki is one of the beaches of Georgioupolis, a crescent-shapeed stretch of sand on the west side of the harbor, with shallow waters, and beautiful dunes. It is a bay beach, right where the river Almyros meets the sea. This…