Maritimo Beach

Heraklion, Crete, 724 00, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Heraklion

Agios Nikolaos

A travel blog entry by clittle419

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... first (or I did) after dinner the other night. It's customary to bring fruit after your meal and sometimes includes a little dessert. Funny that night because none us were all that hungry, and Johnny had even said he couldn't put anything in his stomach if he had to. The pile was half gone in no time. We split up and Nick , Lisa and I walked around the shops and eventually made it to a little beach but the ...

Myrtos

A travel blog entry by clittle419

6

... south and dropped down into a beautiful little seaside town called Myrtos. One that I've heard and read about a few times. Once parked we walked into the town from the east and strolled through the small back streets. I saw the church with the red roof but sadly through the years building and trees have blocked the view there once was back in the late 70's. We continued walking a with the help of Nick's ...

To Matala, Myrtos, and Ag. Nikolaos

A travel blog entry by clittle419

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... for every man, woman, and child on the island. On the trip along the west coast we saw mainly olive trees and not necessarily in an organized farm. The trip from Hania east (along the northern coast) we saw a lot of orange trees. And now the trip south is a mix of vineyards and olive trees. But here the panorama views down into the valleys are dotted with a patchwork of each ...

Crete

A travel blog entry by kdickson

Tour of Crete in the morning. Visited the ruins of a palace, very crowded, hot and uncomfortable. 36c with no air conditioning on a packed bus. Very pleased to be back in town, having pizza and beer for lunch. Off to Rhodes tomorrow, hopefully a little ...

A Pile of Rocks and Iraklion

A travel blog entry by haysnoe

... for there to be tidal waves as a result should not be surprising, either. What was shocking to me, though, was the thought that Phaestos could have been mortally wounded by a tsunami when it's a good four or five miles from the coastline and 300-400 feet in elevation (my estimates). That's an incredibly devastating disaster.


Despite this palace and town's importance historically, though, there really is not a whole lot to see, though the setting is terrific. While ...

 

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