Sitting high above Souda and Chania on the northwest side of the island of Crete, Ancient Aptera stands guard in the clouds over the entrance to Souda bay.
Four Martyrs Church Rethymnon: The beautiful Four Martyrs Church (Tesseris Martyres) is one of the must-visit churches while in Rethymnon, Crete.
Palace of Knossos: Travel guides for Crete abound with information related to the Knossos Palace complex in Heraklion - and for good reason.
Selino fortress, Paleochora: Paleochora, on the southwest side of Crete, is one of our favorite little towns. It is built on the ruins of.
Carnival in Kalives: Once a year the little village of Kalives in the Apokoronas municipality of Crete turns into a carnival hotspot.
Agios Spyridon (also written as Agios Spiridon) is a small church built into the cliff below the Venetian fortress of Rethymno.
Ideon Cave in Crete, Greece - Rock That Road
Tarrha Glass Anogia: During our trip to Anogia, located in the Psiloritis mountain range on Crete, we stumbled upon this wonderful glass workshop.
Archaeological museum of Kissamos: The museum is housed in a Veneto-Turkish city monument known as the Diokitirio ("Government House").
Gramvousa Venetian fortress - Rock That Road
Chania: A journey through the Old Town - Rock That Road
Video Journeys: The lagoon of Balos
Video Journeys: Samaria gorge Crete: This is a short video about the famous Samaria Gorge, the biggest gorge in Europe. The Samaria Gorge is.
Top 10 things to do in Rethymno: We love Rethymno! There is no doubt in our mind that this is one of the best cities to visit on Crete.
Official Crete Region Promotional Video 2013 Crete offers a huge variety of filming locations: snowy mountains, unspoiled beaches, Venetian ports and ancient monuments.
The Chania market is one of the "must see" places while visiting Western Crete. In an indoor area of around square meters vendors offer goods.
Rethymnon is the capital of Rethymno regional unit on the island of Crete. While it has all the amenities of a city it still retains a charming atmosphere.