Be transported to a magical world of wine, monasteries, chapels and scenic villages. Take the Sacred Paths to wonder!
- Bites – Traditional Greek/Cretan meze style bites with your wine
- Alcoholic beverages – 12 wines to be tasted along with Greek coffee
- WiFi on board
- Bottled water
- Visit the monastery of Agia Triada
- Visit a local Cretan winery
- Visit a beautiful hidden village
- Visit a local small family owned kafeneio
- Explore Byzantine art at a beautiful small chapel
- Entry/Admission – Holy Trinity Monastery (Agia Triada)
- Entry/Admission – Winery Dourakis
- Entry/Admission – Maza Village – Saint Nickolas Chapel
- Not wheelchair accessible and not recommended for travellers with back problems
- Most travelers can participate
- This experience requires good weather. If it’s canceled due to poor weather, you’ll be offered a different
- date or a full refund
- This tour/activity will have a maximum of 8 travelers
- You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.
- What do I need to bring?
- Hat, sunscreen, sunglasses and a light jacket for spring.
- A cover to enter the monastery and chapel during all season.
We will charge a cancellation fee of 50% if booking is cancelled 1 day or less before the event
Winery & Monastery – Our Tour Begins!
The tour’s first stop is the winery of the Monastery of Tzagarolon, this beautiful monastery is set in the picturesque Akrotiri peninsula of Chania. The temple features beautiful Byzantine architecture, a museum and an ancient library of rarities. We’ll be sampling select wines from the monastery’s production while we admire and learn about the wine equipment of the past on display.
Explore the Wonderful Wines of Crete
Explore the wonderful cellars, gardens and production houses of the Dourakis Winery in Apokoronas, a truly Cretan winery, to learn about viticulture and the winemaking process as we taste their wine. Taste 5 wines.
Beautiful Chapels, Byzantine Art & Greek Coffee
Our last stop is a visit to a charming and hidden little village with a beautiful central chapel that dates back to the Byzantine era adorned with artistic icons. Right next door is a small family owned kafeneio where we indulge in traditional Greek coffee.