Blog Posts - Crete

Take me away: Crete on Heart Home Magazine

The new issue of Heart Home Magazine is out and I'm really excited to share the news with you! Heart Home Magazine is one of the online publications I eagerly anticipate for the each issue to come out, filled with inspiring interiors, decor ideas, sh...
by My Paradissi on Jun 16, 2014

Domes of Elounda – Luxury Family-Friendly Crete -Part 2

Here we are on the second part of our Cretan luxury holiday. Still in Elounda, it’s where the majority of 5* hotels are. We are at the Domes of Elounda a luxury boutique resort. A favourite with families, its sandy-beachside kids club run by th...
by Pregnant Citygirl on Jun 16, 2014

A Luxe Visit to Greece–Even with Kids! Find Out Where to Go in Crete!

For those of you who know me, you know that I don’t have children yet. One thing that has caused some of the delay, you might say, is my love for travel. Once you have a baby there are inevitably certain destinations that have to wait until eit...
by TravelingPanties on Jun 6, 2014

Luxury Family-Friendly Crete – The Blue Palace Elounda

Holiday body ready! The girls at Perfect10 have been round to preen me to within an inch of my life with a pedicure that is still intact as I write! Our Cosmolite cases packed and a Kabbee to Gatwick (new amazing mini-cab app that books and pays in...
by Pregnant Citygirl on Jun 2, 2014

Saturated Fat is not bad?

Saturated Fat is not bad for you in turns out Research showing saturated fat being bad wrong Some time in the 1980s was the first time I personally became aware of the touted “fact” that saturated fat was bad for humans and the cause of n...
by Tavallali plastic surgery blog on May 28, 2014

From London to Berlin

RedD PR‘s director Denia Kazakou will be traveling to Berlin from the 13th of May 2014 until the 20th of May 2014 for new business opportunities. Following that we will be moving on to Chania in Crete for the month of June 2014. Please do g...
by RedD Forum on May 6, 2014

Life is a big Red party (no pun intended)…

First post EVER!! Whoop whoop!  I decided to initiate this blog with a post based on a what appears to be a standard week in my life as the director of a new creative public relations company. I’ll start it all off with what happened last Satu...
by RedD Forum on May 3, 2014

Around Crete: The old port of Heraklion

Oh, it's been a while since my last post about Crete! I'm so glad I had an excuse to grab my camera the other day and stroll around my favorite spot in the city, the old port of Heraklion. The evening was so peaceful and serene, the weather was warm...
by My Paradissi on Apr 24, 2014

Battle of Crete - 73rd Anniversary May 2014

Battle of Crete Commemorations May 2014This year the Service of Commemoration for the Battle of Crete,  organised by the British Embassy Athens, will be held onTHURSDAY 22 May 2014 at 6pmat the Commonwealth War Graves Commission cemetery, Souda...
by Living in Crete on Apr 17, 2014

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MyStupeflixVideo5 360p: APOKOROS FAMILY HOTEL CLUB KALYVES CHANIA CRETE GREECE WATCH IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
by Apokoros Hotel Apt & Std on Apr 6, 2014

by The true greek life on Apr 4, 2014

Greece: July 8 – 21, 2011

by Travelling With YeoMomma on Mar 30, 2014

Ryanair set for Athens takeoffs - From April 1st

Ryanair Flights to six destinations from Athens begin on April 1stAhead of starting its first flights from Athens on April 1, Ryanair has said there has been a massive demand for its six new routes to Chania, London, Milan, Paphos, Rhodes and Thessal...
by Living in Crete on Mar 29, 2014

Magnificent Crete

Crete is the largest and most densely populated of all Greek islands. It is also the second in size in the eastern Mediterranean, after Cyprus. Located 160 km south of continental Greece, covering a surface of roughly over 8,000 square … Contin...
by BarePockets on Mar 25, 2014

Crete Has High Hopes To Extend Tourism Season

“We are open all year around”“Our main goal is to extend the tourism season of Crete as the island can support various forms of tourism outside the main season, such as medical tourism, agritourism and wine tourism,” the Region’s governor,...
by Living in Crete on Mar 8, 2014

Sunday bliss (round Crete)

My Sunday involved a great deal of sea gazing and sand walking; quite invigorating indeed! Hope you're having a great one too ^^ xoxoJoin the fun| Facebook | Twitter | Pinterest | Tumblr | Google+ | B...
by My Paradissi on Feb 23, 2014

Lovely Toscana

by on Feb 10, 2014

Crete: Rethymno Carnival 100 years

100 Years of the Rethymnon Carnival  Rethymnon city is collaborating with several travel agencies of the municipality in order to offer good, cheap travel packages throughout the tourist season of the Carnival.  Deputy Mayor of Culture an...
by Living in Crete on Feb 6, 2014

5 Islands I Want To Visit

Don't Stop Living - Jonny Blair - a lifestyle of travelYou might have read about my top 5 tranquil islands before and how the Maldives is one of my dream destinations, but here are my top 5 islands that I’d love to visit. Some are countries in...
by Don't Stop Living on Feb 4, 2014

Five Islands to visit off the Crete coast

Crete as a whole has little in common with the much smaller Greek islands, apart from the fantastic beaches and coves; it doesn't generally have the small Greek Island 'feel'. Just off the Crete mainland, however, lie a number of small islets which o...
by Living in Crete on Jan 31, 2014

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