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Renting a motorbike in Crete

What better way than to enjoy your vacations in Crete with a motorbike. It is an adventurous spirited way of exploring the island .Renting a motorbike or scooter in Crete is often a better choice than renting a car if you just want to drive around close knitted areas. Renting

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Bicycle rental during your holiday in Crete

Crete is a cyclist's paradise. One way to fully explore this magnificent diverse land is by bicycle.You can soak up the sun and at your pace enjoy the natural beauty of this land cycling on terrain through groves of citrus and olive trees and perhaps sharing the road with flocks

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Best Way to Explore Crete

The best way to explore the island of Crete is to rent a car.There are so many sights to see on this large and diverse island beyond the endless stretches of pristine beaches, the luxury hotels and the great restaurants, city attractions, sights of historical significance and picturesque mountain or

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Chania International Airport

Chania International Airport, "Ioannis Daskalogiannis" (IATA: CHQ, ICAO: LGSA) is an international airport located near Souda Bay on the peninsula of Akrotiri, 15 km from the city of Chania. It is named after Ioannis Daskalogiannis, Crete's most famous rebel against Ottoman rule in the 18th century.Chania airport is not as

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Visit Falasarna by Car

Falasarna is located close to the west part of Crete approximately 45  km from Chania city. It will take you about one hour of driving from Chania and 45 minutes from Agia Marina. There are superb sandy beaches with some of the cleanest waters in Crete and Greece. Sometimes it

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Trip to ELAFONISI by car

   Elafonisi beach is located close to the southwestern corner of Crete approximately 72 km of  Chania city. It will take  about one and a half hour of  driving  from Chania. Rent a car  from KRETA RENTAL and enjoy  the way to Elafonisi . You should stop at Topolia village to

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Island Thodorou

The Thodorou Islands once guarded Crete from her enemies, but now they protect the Cretan Ibex from its own enemies, the hunters who would love to add the famous Kri-Kri, the wild goat of Crete, to their trophies. The wild goats were moved to Thodorou from the mountains of Crete, to

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Intro to Crete (geographic)

Crete is the largest island in Greece and the fifth largest in the Mediterranean. The capital and largest city is Heraklion. Crete sits about 160 km south of the Greek mainland extending in a direction east - west, south of the Aegean Sea, of which it forms the natural boundary between

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