If you get riddled with the expression “velvet season” (you can frown again), and you do not share the excitement of the “budget” public from the post-seasonal price drop, perhaps the phrase “golden autumn in Greece” sounds less trite for you: first because you can’t find golden autumn in mass-mass Greece during the day – by the end of the season, summer burns down popular resorts to the color of the desert, and secondly, because the Mediterranean flora in the dying stage simply refuses to take on the appearance sung by poets, somehow suddenly nerom antique, dropping the sun-scorched foliage and finding themselves in impartial negligee. Continue reading
Crete is an island where for 340 days a year the sun warms this fertile land, here it is easy to breathe from the abundance of eucalyptus trees and rich sea air. You can swim in the sea from mid-April until the end of October. The northern coast, where almost all hotels are located, is washed by a warm current, therefore there is a very mild climate. The coastline of the beaches in the north of the island is one of the longest in the world. There is no strong heat, the mountains give shade and coolness, breezes are blowing from the sea. Continue reading
What do you know about this summer holiday, if you have never been to Crete? The advantages of an ideal resort can be listed for a long time, but there is a shorter way to get maximum enjoyment from a long-awaited vacation. Enjoy the warm sea and the hot sun. Taste the gifts of the generous Mediterranean in national taverns and taste wonderful wines. Continue reading
A paradise place for family holidays in Greece, Crete – Club Marine Palace Hotel & Suites. Both children and adults love him, because every guest is surrounded by perfect comfort, constant attention and special care.
Young tourists at the Club Marine Palace & Suites are especially important people, and therefore the organizers of children’s activities created a real miracle at the hotel – a modern and vibrant water park. Continue reading
It would seem, what island of Greece do not take it, winemaking is flourishing everywhere. Even the extinguished Santorini is famous for its sweet wine. However, the island of Lesbos with winemaking is not very lucky: a long time ago a volcano covered half of the island with a thick layer of ash, changing its climate forever. But the resilient Greeks found a way out of the situation, covering the spaces unsuitable for vines with olive groves and sowing with extensive plantations of anise. Continue reading