Tag Archives: Crete

Rethymnon, always in my heart

Of all the places I have travelled in Greece, there are some that have given me memories for always engraved in my mind. One of them is Rethymnon.

On the approach with the ferry boat, the first thing you see is the picturesque Old Town of Rethymnon, sprawled along the coast speading inland toward the mountainrange behind it. The most vibrant part of the town is along the coast in the form of all manner of restaurants, bars, taverns and cafe, in a harmonious mix where people of all ages blend together enjoying the view and the wares on offer at these establishments. Continue reading Rethymnon, always in my heart

Delightful Crete

One of the best known holiday destinations of Greece is the island of Crete. Its tourist infrastructure is constantly developing to keep up with the demanding needs of its clients. Still, the island respects and appreciates its authenticity, doing its best to keep it intact.

Its traditional character lays in its natural beauty, its food, its architecture and, most of all, in its local people, who stubbornly refuse to give in to modern characteristics. Continue reading Delightful Crete