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.
The Cretan olive oil is also known as the “king” of the Cretan diet. It is one of the best oils in the world and has exceptional health benefits and particularities. It is still produced traditionally with a wooden or stone press, but there are also modern factories that make most of the oil that is exported from Crete.
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.
Crete loves to celebrate, and the Yakinthia Festival in Anogeia is one of the most anticipated cultural events of the summer in Rethymno.
The "Greek Breakfast" is a concept of the Hellenic Chamber of Hotels, and has been designed to promote local traditional pure and unique products of the Greek land and the main purpose is to enriching the breakfast offered in Greek…
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.