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Villages

  • Magarikari

    The village of Magarikari is best known for its nearby Turkish fortress.
  • Agios Ioannis

    Agios Ioannis, on the sunny south coast of Crete, lends itself for excursions to both the east and the west side of the island.<br /> Buses run between the surrounding towns, villages and touri
  • Kalamaki

    Kalamaki is a small holiday village with a beautiful beach promenade in the south of Crete. It is located on the seafront and just a stroll away from the famous Kommos beach.
  • Kouses

    Kosues is a small Cretan mountain village, in the middle of the fertile Mesara plain on the edge of the Asterousia mountains.
  • Matala

    Famous for it´s Hippie Lifestyle, that is still remaining, the beach and of course the caves
  • Kokkinos Pirgos

    The village Kokkinos Pirgos is the perfect place to stay, if you plan to explore the area of the Messara plain, the Asterousia Mountains, the Ida Mountains with the Psiloritis and the Southern part of
  • Pitsidia

    Pitsidia is the oldest village of the area Phaistos, it is a quiet village, with a long tradition of hospitality.
  • Zaros

    The pretty mountain village Zaros, located the southern flank of Psiloritis (Mt Idi), is famous for its spring water and the gorge of Rouvas.
  • Vori

    Where can you find a piece of pristine Crete, true village life and pure Greek hospitality?
  • Kamilari

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  • Pombia

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  • Lagolio

    At the foot of Mount Psiloritis and only 7 kms away from the beach, Lagolio is the perfect location to combine relaxed beach holidays with hiking and mountain walking tours.
  • Sivas

    Sivas a beautiful, small, traditional, Mediterranean village, which has been characterized as preservable by the Ministry of Culture.