Local spirits – every country has its own, notably Raki and Ouzo. In Germany this is Schnapps, in America it’s bourbon, and in Italy it’s Grappa. So, when it comes to great Greek national liquors, there’s only one possible choice; Ouzo. Or is there? Thanks to its geographic position, Raki has become another popular tipple
Crete Travel Guide
Are you planning to travel to Crete? Our Crete Travel Guide gives you valuable insights on what to do, where to eat, and what not to miss while on the largest Greek island.
Crete is the 88th largest island in the world and the 5ht in the Mediterranean. Located in the Southern part of the Aegean sea it’s one of the most popular Greek islands. Famous for its gastronomy and history, the birthplace of Minoa and island with beautiful lakes and gorges make it the perfect destination for all type of travelers.
Greece is popular for its sun and sea and Crete is a blessed island with both. Famous beaches such as Balos, Elafonissi, Matala, Falassarna will make you fall in love with the waters and the scenic.
Crete is perfect for any type of holiday. If you are spending just a few days, make sure to visit the most important sights and taste the local cuisine. Ideally, you need around 2 weeks to get a full experience of the people and the local culture. Or you can always come back!
Greece is known the world over for its great testing produces. But with more than 227 islands scattered across the Aegean Sea (let alone the mainland), how do you know where to go? To help you decide, here are six foodie destinations in Greece: Santorini When you conjure up images of Greece in your
Crete is a magical island that offers everything. From big nightclubs full of people in small taverns in isolated mountains that the only person around you, will be the old lady that is cooks and serves you in her restaurant, that is operating for generations. Visit wonderful beaches with the most amazing sceneries that you
Before visiting Crete, Greece’s largest island you know it is famous for the varied terrain. From fine-sand beaches like Elafonisi to the amazing and countless summits of the White Mountains. But how much do you for the Greek food and local festivals? Crete’s traditions are also known to stand strong without being changed throughout the