The Greek island of Santorini the volcanic half – Moon Island, is and always has been a popular tourist place steeped in history with a very cosmopolitan feel that will amaze all on its volcanic background. Great poets have sung its praises, a 4.000 year old history. And the eternal Black and red rocks continues to stand, strong and majestic, rising proudly from the sea and guarding well the secrets of Atlantis...



Crete is an island full of tradition, religion, and mythology. Explore this fascinating side of the island by visiting the Lassithi plateau and the Minoan palace of Knossos. The Lassithi plateau is located at the east side of Crete, on the region of Lassithi. Start your tour with the Monastery of Kera Kardiotissa and learn about its miraculous icon and impressive frescoes. Then continue to the village of Psychro, where you can visit the astonishing cave of Zeus, the father of the Olympian gods...



This is where European civilization began during the era ruled over by the powerful King Minos.  This is a place that simply and strangely disappeared, only to be discovered again by the English archaeologist Sir Arthur Evans. Now partly reconstructed, the blood-red coloured columns and gigantic double-headed axes are a vivid reminder of this forgotten and long-lost race...





Join us on a relaxing boat trip to the coastal areas of Elounda and Spinalonga Island. Swimming, snorkelling and sunbathing are some of the activities on this trip.

You will be able to take a boat ride around  the famous lepers’ island Spinalonga and admire its beauty from another point of view .

Next with our boat we will have the chance to stop at the famous pirate’s Barbarossa Cave where he searched for refuge and then he managed to conquer the island...


If you thought that Crete was all about beaches, one tour to the Lassithi plateau will make you change your mind. The plateau is located at the east side of Crete, on the region of Lassithi. A very fertile land, it used to be full of windmills that were used by the residents two centuries ago. Religion, tradition, and mythology are found all together in this place. Start your tour with a visit to the monastery of Kera Kardiotissa, with its miraculous icon of Mary and ancient frescoes...


Spend a day at the "Carribean" of Crete and give your holiday an exotic feel. It is no other than Chrissi island, located at the southeast part of Crete. Starting from the port of the small fish town of Ierapetra, embark on the boat and enjoy a one hour cruise in the Libyan Sea. After that you will have the chance to relax on the “Golden Beach”, one of the most beautiful beaches of Crete or explore this small yet full of history island.


Gramvousa & Balos


Starting early, heading west, after a short breakfast stop near Rethymnon and then a drive past Chania, we reach the port of Kissamos. Here we take our boat for a pleasant approximately one hour sail along the coastline. On the way, you can see impressive signs of the geological phenomenon known as land elevation, as Crete has been ‘rising out’ of the sea by 6 to 7 metres on the western side and ‘sinking’ in the sea on the eastern side for more than 2000 years...


Start your day tour from the lovely town of Ierapetra, the sounthern most of Europe,  known for its warm weather and  local products. Contunue the tour, to discover the beautiful east part of Crete. Visit the largest palm forest in Europe, Vai Palm Beach. The palm forest draws thousands of visitors each year. They come not only for its wonderful palm forest, but also for the large sandy beach spread out at its foot...

Spinalonga island


Leaving Agios Nicolaos, and after a short coach trip and a photo stop, we arrive at Elounda, once a fishing village but now,  after having been discovered by tourism, a famous resort with the most five star hotels in Greece.

From here you take the boat and cruise along the bay to the island of Spinalonga (sometimes called the island of Tears)...



Why not discover the real Cretan Folklore Night?  It’s the best way to celebrate – Greek Style. A stroll around the lovely village will allow you to catch a glimpse of the rural life of a Cretan village and, at the same time, put you in the mood for the evening ahead. Once we get to the taverna, where the wine flows free and unlimited, you will enjoy a tasty Cretan meal accompanied by the melodies of the Lyra and the Bouzouki(Cretan and Greek traditional music instruments).





It takes just 10 nautical miles to reach Africa if you are on holiday in Crete. Or so it feels when you travel to tiny Koufonisi, off the coast of the eastern Lasithi region, in the Libyan Sea. Koufonisi offers a completely different experience to the rest of Crete. Here the landscape changes to an expanse of limestone (its ancient name, Lekfi, means white) and the interior resembles an African desert, with tamarisk trees and rare or indigenous shrubs and bushes, hiding small lizards and other heat-loving animals. And there are no fewer than 36 beaches, most with fine white or golden sand.


Chania, Crete’s second largest city and the former capital of the island. The town is divided into the old town within the Venetian city walls which is an attractive maze of narrow streets, old mansions and arcades, with mosques and minarets bearing witness to the Turkish influence and the carefully laid out new town which is considered to be one of the most beautiful towns in Greece.

We continue onwards for a relaxing stop at the one and only fresh water lake on Crete, Kournas.

On our way back, a short a visit to Rethymnon will allow you to shop for antiques and knick-knacks in the narrow streets of the Old Town.