"The mystery of Crete runs deep. Whoever sets foot on this island senses a mysterious force coursing warmly and beneficently through their veins, sensing their soul beginning to grow."
Crete is a feast for the senses: A slice of paradise with seductive beaches and wild natural beauty with thousands of years of culture and history.
Known for its vivacious spirit and its hospitable people, this island enchants everyone who visits it.
The exotic oasis southwest of Chania that stays eternally beautiful.
The pink sand of the shattered shells blends impeccably with the crystal-clear turquoise waters making the place a truly small piece of heaven.
Voted as one of the best beaches of the world, Elafonisi is undoubtedly the perfect setting for a peaceful summer getaway.
Shallow waters and a long white and pink coast make up this idyllic scenery.
A magical beach, famous for the turquoise sea and the shattered pink shells, could be easily compared to the Caribbean beaches.
Azure waters, that you fall in love at first sight, contrast with the Cretan wild scenery.
Explore the picturesque old town of Chania.
The city that combines the old and the contemporary; history and culture.
Being one of the most popular destinations worldwide, it appeals visitors all year round.
Take a stroll to the iconic harbor with the world-renowned Venetian lighthouse and travel back in time.
Preveli beach; a tropical setting with a natural palm forest located on the south coast of Crete.
Hundreds of palm trees line the shore of a tumultuous mountain brook and compose the most exotic canvas in Crete.
You might have seen Elafonisi beach before, in a photo or in a postcard, or maybe in every top-10 beach staple of every travel agency in the world. Voted as one of the best five secret beaches by the BBC, 14th best beach in the world by CNN, Elafonisi combines turquoise waters with pink sand, one meter deep waters and a lagoon.
Balos Beach is one of the main reasons thousands of people visit Chania every year. A magical place, famous for its pinkish sand and broken shells, it is compared to the Caribbean beaches. Shallow waters make Balos an ideal beach for families with children, while the crystal clear waters and the idyllic scenery meets every expectation to the fullest!
The Harbour was carefully built in the 14th century for commercial purposes and for protection against pirate raids. Today it is a point of reference for the city of Chania, and a much-photographed place with a touch of magic! One of the best views of the old port and Chania’s old town can be found by taking a pleasant stroll along the Venetian seawall to the 19th-century lighthouse.
Preveli is one of the most significant daytrip destinations on the south coast of Crete. The name stands for a unique beach and a wild canyon, where hundreds of palm trees line the shore of a tumultuous mountain brook.