Wedding in Crete | Honeymoon in Crete  

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Wedding in Crete
Wedding & Honeymoon in Crete
Honeymoon in Crete
 

CRETE WEDDING - HONEYMOON

Crete, the largest island of Greece, the island of mythical Minos and native place of Zeus, is an island with incomparable beaches of exceptional beauty, unique gorges and canyons, palm-tree forests, warm hospitality of the locals with their traditional wholesome diet and is the most ideal part of Greece for a wedding vacation and an unforgettable honeymoon.
Wedding Greece - Honeymoon Greece : Santorini, Rhodes, Mykonos, Corfu, Crete, Athens Kos Pelion, Chalkidiki, Skiathos
Knossos, the most important Archaeological Site of Crete, was the capital of the Minoan civilization (2.800 BC).
The famous Discus of Phaestos, is the second most important Archaeological finding of Crete (17th century BC).
The Gorge of Samaria is among the most beautiful ones in the world. Thousands of tourists are crossing it every year.
Vai in the north-east of the island of Crete has a dreamy sandy beach.
Preveli is a paradise, in the South Crete, a very rare and unique combination of a river crossing a palm tree forest, pouring into the blue-green waters of a superb sandy beach looking to the Libyan Sea.
Malia, crowded by youths, combines beautiful sandy beaches and an interesting Archaeological Site, famous for its summer night concerts.
Arkadi, the Historic Monastery of Crete, is one of the most sacred symbols of the war of independence.
Elafonisos, situated at the south-west part of Crete, is one of the most beautiful beaches of the island.
Fragokastelo is a fortress located on the shores of the Libyan Sea built by the Venetians in 1371.
Diktaion Andron cave is the place where Rea gave birth to the ancient god Zeus according to mythology.
Gramvousa is a unique beach situated in the north-west part of Crete.
The Kourna lake, situated at the northern part of Chania, has an exquisite beauty.
Matala beautiful beach, with its natural caves, hosted the hippies of the 60's.
Chania is one of the four capitals of the prefectures of Crete. The old town and its port are exceptionally picturesque.
Agios Nikolaos, capital of the eastern prefecture of Crete has a unique beauty due to the impressive lake in the centre of the town joining to the sea.
Loutro, at the south of Crete, is a beautiful fish village south of Crete in the region of Sfakia looking at the Libyan Sea.
Heraklion is the main capital of Crete and the city where the Minoan Period Archaeological Museum is located, very rich in exhibits.
Rethymno is one of the four capitals of Crete. The old town is particularly picturesque with its paved narrow streets and the old port.
Therisso, historic village of Crete rich in vegetation, is situated at the exit of an impressive verdant gorge.
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