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Video Journeys: Incredible Crete!

Incredible Crete! Today we will take you on a journey around this wonderful island in less than five minutes. From landscapes to beaches, cultural delights to beautiful sunsets – it’s all in this video! We love to travel the island since there is always something new to discover. The joy of exploring less travelled roads and villages as well as the well-known destinations is never ending. Please rate, comment and share on social media if you like this video! Directed by Theo Papadoulakis, IndigoView Productions Edited by Allan Michael Credit: Chania: A journey through the Old Town by...

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Video Journeys: Samaria gorge Crete

Crete is not only about beaches, lovely villages and great food. For those who want to hike, there are some great gorges to start with. Let’s take a look at some of the beautiful landscapes you will encounter while in the mountains of Crete. Video Journeys: Samaria gorge Crete This is a short video about the famous Samaria Gorge, the biggest gorge in Europe. The Samaria Gorge is a national park on the island of Crete and truly a must visit if you are into some activity away from the beaches. We will revisit the Samaria gorge probably end...

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Video: Crete – Incredible Hospitality

There is nothing like a holiday on Crete and we are on a quest to find the best videos that showcase Crete – the beaches, the people and the food. Here is one of the pearls we dug up…enjoy! Crete Incredible Hospitality This video is all about the hospitality on Crete which we have experienced in various forms as well. From neighbours bringing cooked food or freshly picked fruits to being invited to food and drinks at a raki distillery in the village. Oh, and there is that unforgettable memory at Taverna Rizinia where I “enjoyed” a present of...

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Video: Ancient theatre of Aptera

Ancient theatre of Aptera Time for a little bit of a different video of the place to visit when looking for some culture in the Apokoronas region of Crete. Students of the 2nd Secondary school of Chania do a guided tour of the Ancient theatre of Aptera and also perform a short play there. The amphitheatre is part of a large archaeological site which is still unknown to many due to the popularity bigger sites (like the Palace of Knossos) on Crete. So, if you want to explore some ruins without the crowds this is the place to go!...

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House hunting on Crete – part 1

House hunting on Crete – part 1 When we decided to move to Crete, we found a real estate agent on the northwest end of the island (our preferred area) and arranged a year long lease on a house.  Our agent met us the morning we arrived, and after going over some paperwork, took us up into the mountains to Meskla.  The house was very pretty and appeared to have everything we needed so we moved right in that day.  It was nice to have a place that we could settle in to so quickly. Our plan was to spend...

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