Heraklion (http://www.heraklion.gr/) is the capital of Crete and one of the Mediterranean region's most fascinating and vibrant cities. It is full of places to discover. With the current efforts to open up the wonderful mediaeval city centre, it speaks to us of a past full of history and great events that reflect its strategic geopolitical position at the crossroads of three continents...
Chania (http://www.chaniatourism.com/) The City of Chania is the capital of the Municipality and the second largest city of Crete, built over the ruins of the Minoan city Kydonia. The city of Chania constitutes a crossroad of civilizations and continents with a long history, natural beauty, unique architecture and rich tradition. The main characteristic of the city is the Venetian port of the old city with the Egyptian lighthouse that has survived for many centuries and attracts the eye of residents and visitors.
Rethymno (http://www.rethymno.gr/ ) Welcome to the city of Rethymnon, a place blessed with beauty, embraced by breathtaking mountains and the deep blue of the Mediterranean, decorated with renaissance colors and inhabited by people known for their hospitality, honoring their ancestors and traditions.It is a place one falls in love at first sight and visitors are able to feel the positive vibes of the city from the very first moment, making them feel at home.
Aghios Nikolaos (http://www.dimosagn.gr/) Agios Nikolaos is a scenic town in the eastern region of Crete and it is just 64 km from the Heraklion’s airport. It is built on the northwest side of a marvelous Mirabello bay, rewarding its visitors with a breathtaking view of the town. The harbor and lagoon are the main attractions that are surrounded by the picturesque tile-roofed houses. Agios Nikolaos is a charming place to take a leisurely stroll. The town is illuminated in the evenings by the lights of the shops and the moored boats at the commercial dock.Sitia (http://www.visitsitia.gr/ )The Sitia town and the tourist developed areas live in the rhythms of a modern cosmopolitan life. Next to this modern everyday reality coexist in a way all the features that define the cultural character of the Cretan folk tradition. For these material and intellectual features, the manners and customs, the ancient habits the vigorous local folk tradition gains distinction as an inexhaustible contemporary cultural entity. This modem folk culture, the continuity of a long and rich Cretan tradition, finds its expression in the innumerable celebrations and festivities where ancient features and attitudes survive up to this day.