In its diversity, the island of Crete is much more than just an island. In addition, a holiday in Crete is perfect for all individual tourists, adventurers and sun worshipers. For the most extensive program possible, I definitely recommend renting a rental car, because the traffic on Crete is absolutely manageable.
The National Road 90 stretches along the north coast past lonely bays and a turquoise sea. From Sitia at the eastern tip via Heraklion, Rethymnon and Chania to Kissamos near the wild north-west coast and its dream beaches. Cross streets lead you over winding country roads through the barren and lonely mountainous country along impressive gorges and grottos to the south of the island. When I think of Crete, I quickly lose myself in sadness and longing.
Anyone who has ever spent the summer on Greece’s largest island knows that the clocks tick differently here. I don’t mean the classic all-inclusive vacation. You can get one here too, of course, but what makes the island so special to us – and what this blog is about – is the life that the people lead here. A feeling of freedom in harmony with the flora and fauna of the Mediterranean island. Everything at a leisurely pace, adapted to the heat.
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