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Places that you must visit with a Car while you are in Chania!
30 Oct 2021

There are several places you should definitely visit while spending your time in Chania area.

Here are our Top Picks : 

Kournas Lake 

Springs of Argyroupolis


Balos lagoon


Agia Triada Monastery

Chrisoskalitissa Monastery




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Blue Flag Beaches of Crete 2021
19 May 2021

Exceptional is the performance of Greece and Crete in particular, in the "Blue Flag".


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Mousakas - A must dish when you visit Greece Crete Chania Dont miss it!
17 Mar 2021

Moussaka is a layered oven casserole dish made with vegetables and meat. The most well-known version of moussakas is made with layers of eggplant slices, cheese, and a meat sauce, topped with a thick béchamel sauce; however, other favorites call for potatoes, zucchini, or a combination of vegetables. More recently, a meatless (vegetarian) version has also become widely available.

Until the early 1900s, moussaka was a more simple dish, using just vegetables and meats. The addition of béchamel sauce is attributed to Nikos... read more

Cretan Gamopilafo or Pilafi Rice Served in Cretan Weddings
17 Mar 2021


Gamopilafo, with its name deriving from the combination of the words ‘gamos’ and ‘pilafi’ -translating to ‘wedding’ and ‘rice’ in Greek- is a traditional Greek wedding dish served in most regions of Crete as the celebratory main course.

It is essentially a lamb broth risotto, usually served with pieces of slow-cooked lamb, and for many, the ultimate Greek comfort food. The history behind gamopilafo is unclear. According to urban myth, it is most likely the remnant of the Venetian occupancy of the island.

Yet, the... read more

Tzatziki Salad Little history and how to make one of the most popular Sauce in Greece
16 Mar 2021

People call it a dip, salad, paste, sauce; they say the name is Turkish, Persian… plenty wrote about it philosophizing, searching for its origin, from India to N. Africa and the Balkans!

The whole world has talked about it; food writers have voiced their opinions, and even had arguments over it… all for a simple “dip”. You can find more than 80 different recipes on the net. Does anyone really care?

Tzatziki is Greek, no other country can claim the most famous Greek food in the world (it’s a few centuries older than Greek Mousaka)!!!

The... read more