Tours & activities in Crete

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Heraklion City Walk and Cretan Treat
Our tour starts with a visit to the beautiful city of Heraklion.Heraklion is the largest city and the administrative capital of the island of Crete. It is one ofthe largest cities in Greece .The Venetians improved on the ditch of the city by buildingenormous fortifications, most of which are still in place, including a giant wall, in places up to40 m thick, with 7 bastions, and a fortress of Koule Chandax was renamed Candia andbecame the seat of the Duke of Candia, and the Venetian administrative district of Cretebecame known as "regno di Candia". Main sightseeing’s of the tour : open-air market, thethe Venetian Loggia, and the Cathedral of St Minas or the Church of St. Titus and the 25thAugust street which links the port, the Marina and the Castle of Koules with the heart of thecity and a main open air market. We end up in Lion’s square where we taste bougatsacheese pie along and Greek coffee.
Price from 110,00 EUR
Chania: Meet a Ceramist with Wine and Lunch Pairing
Explore a winery, it's gardens and cellars on the way to meet a world-renowned local ceramist. Later, you will sit down to enjoy a meze lunch and wine pairing in his restored Venetian home and atelier.
Price from 160,00 EUR
Gramvousa Island and Balos Bay Full-Day Tour from Rethymno
Discover the westernmost tip of Crete on a scenic bus and boat trip to Gramvousa Island and Balos Bay. Dip your toes in the soft white sand of some of the most beautiful beaches you ever have seen!Upon arrival, climb aboard a boat and cross to Balos Bay at the northernmost tip of the peninsula. Relax on the 1-hour boat trip, and get 2.5 hours at Balos Bay to enjoy the soft white sands and unique blue and green waters of the lagoon.
Price from 14,00 EUR
Chania: Aiport and Georgioupolis area Transfer Service
A transfer service from and to Chania Airport via taxi, 9-seat bus, mini bus, or regular bus.
Price from 75,00 EUR
Heraklion City Break 3 to 4 days
Although most people have in mind that Crete is a summer destination, the truth is that a winter break on the island can offer a very wonderful experience. With very few tourists but sunny weather, Crete in wintertime is a delightful place to explore nature and enjoy long walks. Even though the temperature will not be hot enough to swim, you will have a valuable chance to see the local authentic lifestyle.The largest town in Crete, Heraklion Town bursts with life all year round. Walk in the old part of the town, see the Ottoman Fortress at the port and visit the interesting museums. In close distance to the city centre, there is the Minoan Palace of Knossos that was buried in volcanic ash after the eruption of Thera in around 1,650 BC.
Price from 257,00 EUR