Itinerary: How to Spend 4 or 5 Days in Crete
You’re planning to spend 4 or 5 days in Crete for your next trip?
In order to help you plan your stay, I have prepared a detailed itinerary to visit Crete in 4-5 days and see all the must see attractions of this charming Greek island.
I addition to the best places to visit each day, I will also give you all my best tips as well as a list of the best places to stay in Crete depending on your budget.
So, what are the best things to do during your 4-5 days trip to Crete? Where to stay?
Let’s plan your trip!
- Itinerary: How to Spend 4 or 5 Days in Crete
- What are the things to do and see in Crete in 4 or 5 days?
- Arrival in Chania – West Crete
- Arrival in Heraklion – East Crete
- 4-5 day tour in Crete – With a travel agency
- Renting a boat in Crete
- How to get to Crete: flights & ferries prices
- You’re traveling to Crete? These articles will help you!
What are the things to do and see in Crete in 4 or 5 days?
Crete being a large island, it has 2 international airports: Chania and Heraklion.
This is why I propose different itineraries depending on your arrival airport:
- To visit West Crete in 4 or 5 days, you should land in Chania
- To visit East Crete in 4-5 days, it is best to land directly in Heraklion.
You can compare flight prices at the end of this article, in the “How to get to Crete” section .
Arrival in Chania – West Crete
Day 1: Chania
For this first 4-5 day tour of Crete, you will arrive at Chania.
To complete the schedule I have planned and visit West Crete in 4-5 days, you can choose to rent a car or opt for organised trips with included transport.
For those who choose to rent a car, you must compare all the rates and make your reservation on the Rentalcars website.
It is really the most practical option and it also offers the possibility to take out a comprehensive insurance which covers expenses in case of an accident or theft (cheaper than that offered by the rental company at the counter).
To compare car rental prices in Chania, click on the green button below:
To visit Chania in 1 day, you must start with the covered market which is actually a mix of souvenir shops and stalls selling local produce: raki, cheese, olive oil…
As you leave the market, you will be in the heart of the old town, where you can stroll through the typical alleys lined with local handicraft shops, bars and restaurants. Then walk up to the Greek Orthodox cathedral, where you can admire the interior for free, and head back up to the Old Venetian Port.
The place is really beautiful with small houses with colourful facades and its restaurants with terraces by the water.
To the left of the Old Port is a large brick-coloured building: Fort Firkas. As you pass under the entrance arch, you can enter the inner courtyard and go to the ramparts for free to enjoy the view of the port and the lighthouse of Chania, the symbol of the city.
The interior of the fort is has the maritime museum of Crete, which exhibits navigational instruments and model boats. Entrance fee: €3.
Then retrace your steps and walk along the Old Port to the other side, passing by:
- Kiutsouk Hasan mosque (recognisable by its pink dome)
- The great Venetian arsenal
- The ancient boat hangars
You can then leave the seaside and return to the historical centre to see: the church of San Rocco, the church of Agios Nikolaos and the minaret.
You will have completed a circuit and be back near the covered market.
Spend the first night in Chania (my hotel recommendations are a little further down in the article).
Day 2: Balos lagoon
For the second day of this 4 or 5 day stay in Crete, you will discover one of the most beautiful beaches on the island.
Head for the lagoon of Balos where you can relax in the translucent waters and a heavenly setting.
To reach Balos from Chania, if you have rented a car, you have 2 options:
- Drive all the way to the lagoon car park.
But you should know that on the last 8 km (just after passing the security hut where you have to pay €1/pers for entry), the road turns into a track. You will need to be careful to avoid being hit by stones broken by other cars and the big potholes.
Not to mention that you don’t want to get your tyre stuck or have an accident because no rental company agrees to insure vehicles on this stretch of road. If you have a problem, you’ll have to fend for yourself.
Another important point: after 11:00am, the car park in Balos fills up quickly and you will have to park along the track. The line of cars can stretch for several hundred metres, which means you have to be prepared to walk to get to the beach.
Indeed, from the car park, you will have to make one last effort to get down to Balos: a 1.2 km path. It’s easy in the morning when you arrive, but later when you are getting back at the end of the day, it’s not so easy. 😅
Avoid taking giant unicorn buoys, coolers, or parasols (you can rent deckchairs/sunshades for €10 for 2) and don’t go in flip-flops.
- Go to Kissamos (38 km miles away from Chania) and take the boat to Balos.
If you’re worried about your car or you don’t want to walk to the lagoon, I have good news: you can choose a boat trip.
As I said, the boats leave from the small port of Kissamos. You will first sail to the island of Gramvoussa which is just before Balos for a 2-hour stop where you can swim or climb to the summit where there is a fortress in ruins.
The boat then sets off after for about ten minutes and stops at Balos for the rest of the day. You will be dropped off right in front of the lagoon and you will also enjoy a beautiful sea-side walk!
In the late afternoon, the boat will take you back to Kissamos and you can take your car back to Chania.
This cruise must be booked in advance by clicking on the button below:
If you didn’t want to rent a car for this 4-5 day itinerary in Crete, don’t worry, you can also go to Balos.
To do this, just click on the green button below to book your return trip by bus and boat to Balos. The bus will pick you up in front of your hotel (or nearby) and take you to Kissamos.
From there, you will board the same boat that is on the cruise I just told you about.
Upon your return to Kissamos at the end of the day, the bus will wait to take you back to your accommodation. Everything is really well organised to spend a stress-free day.
Reservations can be made here:
No matter which option you choose to go to Balos Beach, spend another night in Chania.
Day 3: Hiking at the Samaria Gorge
On the third day of this 4-5 day trip to Crete, you will put on your hiking shoes to discover one of the longest Gorges in Europe: the Samaria Gorge.
One clarification: Samaria National Park is only open from May 1st to October 15th.
The start of the trail is 1 hour away by car (or bus) from Chania, near the place called Xyloskalo. There is a paid car park at the entrance of the national park for €5 a day, but you can also park for free on the roadside.
Entrance to the Gorge is also €5 per person.
You will start at an altitude of 1230 metres and go down to sea level during this 16 km hike . Depending on your endurance and photo breaks + stop for lunch, it will take an average of 5 to 7 hours of walking.
You should start the hike at 10:00 am. You don’t need to carry too much stuff because you will find several drinking water points along the way, as well as rest areas and toilets.
Here are some hints on what awaits you:
- A 4 km steep slope at the start – Be careful not to slip as this is the most accident prone area. The stones roll under your feet and the stairs are made slippery by people using them.
- From km 7, after the main rest area where you can stop for a small picnic, you enter the bottom of the Gorge.
- At km 11, you pass through the narrowest place of the Gorge, called “The Iron Gates”.
- You leave the Gorge at km 13 and can take a shuttle bus for €2/pers at km 14 to cover the last 2 km
- Km 16: end of the hike in the village of Agia Roumeli.
To return to the car park, you will then have to completeseveral steps:
- Take one of the 2 boats that leave from Agia Roumeli at 5pm or 5.30pm and take between 45 minutes and 1h to reach the village of Sougia. Tickets can be purchased in advance by clicking here , at the tavern next to the car park and at the ticket office in Agia Roumeli.
- From Sougia, a one hour bus ride to the car park. Tickets can be booked in advance by clicking here, at the car park tavern, or directly at the ticket office in Sougia.
I have given a you much more detailed explanation about the Gorge in my dedicated article. For more information, click here: How to visit the Samaria Gorge?
Spend a third night in Chania.
Day 4: The pink sands beach of Elafonissi
For the fourth day of this 4-5 day Crete itinerary, you should go to the Elafonissi beach for a quiet day. After the efforts made yesterday, you need a well deserved rest.
Access is much easier than for Balos as you will just have to park on the large free car park and walk 5 minutes to reach the waterfront.
This beach, located about 90 minutes by car from Chania, is famous for the pink colour of its sand because of the shells of certain crustaceans.
It can only be seen at the water’s edge and not on the whole beach, but the contrast with the turquoise colour is really beautiful.
Elafonissi is divided into 2 parts:
- The main beach is located next to the car park and you can rent deckchairs and parasols there. This is the busiest place.
- Elafonisi island is located opposite the beach and is accessed by crossing the lagoon. You will find beautiful little coves and the famous pink sand but with far fewer people.
In the afternoon, you can also get to another beautiful beach that is still quite untamed, that of Kedrodasos. To do this, go back up by car for 5 minutes and walk down for about ten minutes.
Return to Chania at the end of the day.
Day 5: The surroundings of Chania
For the last day of this 4-5 days road trip in Crete, you have several options.
1) Discover the Akrotiri peninsula, about 10 km from the centre of Chania.
Among the places of interest to see during the day, you must go to:
- Stavros beach
- The Agia Triada monastery, one of the best known monasteries to see in 4 or 5 days in Crete
- The Governto Monastery
- The ruins of Katholiko monastery
- Seitan Limani beach, also considered one of the most famous beaches on the island
- Marathi beach.
2) Visit Rethymnon, a very nice little town 1h from Chania.
You can walk around the historical centre and visit the Koules fortress.
I have explained everything in my article: The best things to see and do in Rethymnon?
During the way there or on the way back, you should stop at Kournas lake. You can swim or rent a paddle boat and see sea turtles.
3) Choose one of the water or sports activities from my selection (click on the orange links for details and book):
- A boat trip with 2 stops to go snorkelling and another stop for paddle boating
- A private boat trip – Your captain will take you to the most beautiful places!
- First diving experience with an English-speaking instructor – Pick-up included from Chania
- Canyoning in Seitan Limani with a French-speaking instructor – several rappelling sessions on the agenda!
- A 2-hour paddle boat trip in Loutraki Bay with a snorkelling stop
- Paragliding off the coast around Chania
- Surf lessons near Chania, towards Agia Marina
- A sea-kayak trip from Kalathas beach (15 minutes from the centre of Chania).
- Visit to the vineyards with wine tasting
- Day-trip in a Land Rover in the White Mountains
- A day at a water park
Last night in Chania.
Where to stay in Chania?
- Cocoon City Hostel: Youth hostel located in the heart of Chania. Dormitory bed from 18€, breakfast at 5€. Strong points: cleanliness, ambience, warm welcome.
- Kedrissos Hotel: Located 2 km from the historical centre of Chania. Comfortable and warm double room with balcony from 70€, breakfast included. Strong points: swimming pool, cleanliness, friendly staff, excellent breakfast
- Irida Hotel: Located 20 minutes on foot from the historical centre. Double room with balcony and sea view from 80€, breakfast included. Strong points: friendly staff, close to the beach, ideal location to explore Chania on foot.
- Royal Sun: Located between Chania and the Akrotiri peninsula. Modern and comfortable double room with balcony/terrace and sea/pool or garden view from 90€, breakfast included. Strong points: quiet, beautiful pool area with views over Chania, private parking, variety of breakfast options, shuttle to the city centre. It’s my favorite for its setting and excellent value for money!
- Kydon The Heart City Hotel: Located close to the covered market. Spacious rooms with balcony and comfortable bedding from 130€, breakfast at 15€. Strong points: the location, the excellent breakfast, the warm welcome and the parking. This is my recommendation for an upscale stay in Chania!
- Chania Flair Deluxe Boutique Hotel: Located 10 minutes from the Old Venetian Port, this 5* hotel offers sumptuous rooms from 250€ per night, breakfast included. Strong points: Spa and wellness area, excellent location, exceptional breakfast, valet service, private beach. This is my recommendation for a luxury stay in Chania!
Arrival in Heraklion – East Crete
Day 1: Heraklion
Here is my second idea for a 4-5 day stay in Crete but this time to visit the East of the island with an arrival in Heraklion.
Just like the Chania itinerary, you can use Rentalcars to book your car. Simply click on the button below to compare the rates of the rental companies at Heraklion airport:
For this day in Heraklion, you must follow this itinerary (don’t worry if you don’t have time to do everything, you can make up for it in the following days).
There’s nothing better to start this 4-5 day journey in Crete than to discover the history of the island. To do this, go to the historical museum of Crete, which recounts the important events that took place from the Byzantine period to the 20th century.
Entrance to the museum costs €5 and you will also have an audio guide in English.
Leaving the museum, go to the Koules fortress, a 5 min walk from the seaside. Here too, the exhibit inside is devoted to history but is more focused on the city and the fort.
You can also walk around the ramparts to enjoy views of the harbour and Heraklion.
The entrance to the fortress costs €4.
To continue your tour of Heraklion, you must explore the old town on foot.
From the fortress, you must head to the main shopping street “25 Avgoustou” and take a walk in the classic streets nearby.
You will see:
- Agiou Titou square where the church is located
- The Town Hall
- Saint Mark’s Basilica
- The Morosini Lions Fountain
- The rue 1866.
You will then find yourself next to the archaeological museum of Heraklion. Even if you’re not too much of a museum lover, it’s worth going there because it’s the most visited museum on the island.
It houses an impressive collection of objects from the Neolithic period to the Roman period. You can also admire all the vestiges discovered on the site of the Palace of Knossos (next visit of the day) and dating from the Minoan civilisation.
The museum is modern and the objects are well presented, with explanatory panels in English.
To conclude this first day, you can finish at the archaeological site of Knossos, the best known in all of Crete.
You can stroll among the ruins of this Minoan city that once hadroyal apartments, residences of officials and priests, warehouses, thermal baths…
However, there isn’t much left of it and most of the frescoes on display are copies. The originals are displayed in the archaeological museum.
Knossos is located about 5 km from the centre of Heraklion, so I recommend that you go there by car (large car park on site) or by bus (bus no. 2 at a stop 200 metres from the museum).
All the details about the places of interest to visit in Heraklion can be found in my other article: The best things to see and do in Heraklion?
And you can find all the practical information about Knossos here: How to visit the Palace of Knossos?
Spend the first night in Heraklion (you will find my selection of the best hotels in the city a little further down).
Day 2: Rethymnon and its surrounding areas
For the second day of this 4 or 5 day itinerary in Crete, you must visit the very charming little town of Rethymnon, a 70 minute drive from Heraklion.
If you have not rented a car, you can take the bus from Heraklion bus station. There’s one every hour. You can check the timetable here: KTEL Bus Heraklion – Rethymnon.
Upon arrival in Rethymnon, you can start by exploring its Venetian fortress which costs €4.
Then go through the tiny Venetian port lined with restaurants and reach the heart of the old town of Rethymnon. Walking through these alleys, you will pass by:
- The Rimondi fountain
- The Neratze Mosque
- The old Venetian houses with their wooden loggia
- The workshop of the last filo pastry maker on the island
- Rethymnon Archaeological Museum
- Grand gate
- The Four Martyrs Church
- Veli Pasha mosque and Kara Mussa mosque.
To find out more about these places, please read my article: The 13 best things to do in Rethymnon.
After lunch in one of Rethymnon’s traditional Cretan taverns, drive up to the Arkadi monastery.
Located 30 minutes from the city, the monastery has a great historical importance for the island’s inhabitants. Besieged by 2,000 soldiers under the Ottoman occupation, the monks and Cretans who had taken refuge there preferred to set fire to it rather than surrenderit.
Everyone was killed but this act of resistance marked the beginning of the fight against the Ottomans.
During your visit, you can discover its 16th century Venetian church, the ancient wine cellars and the museum with its relics.
Entrance to the monastery costs 3€. Ladies, you must have your shoulders and legs covered (this applies to all monasteries).
After the monastery, continue for 25 minutes and you will arrive at the village of Margarites. This village is renowned for its many pottery shops and workshops.
Here, everything is handmade and each room is unique. If you feel like bringing back a typical souvenir from your 4 or 5 day road trip to Crete, this is the ideal place. And with bowls selling for €3, your wallet won’t take a hit.
To end the day before returning to Heraklion, you must visit the Melidoni cave, 20 minutes from Margarites. For only 4€, you can go down to the cave to admire the stalactites and stalagmites.
In addition to being pretty, the cave (just like the monastery) served as a refuge for the inhabitants of the island during the Ottoman occupation. Unfortunately, the soldiers found them and decided to set fire to the cave to suffocate them. All the Cretans died.
From Melidoni, it takes 1 hour to reach Heraklion, where you will spend another night.
Day 3: Spinalonga Island and the Lassithi plateau
On this third day of your 4-5 day holiday in Crete, you must first go to the small seaside resort of Elounda, 70 minutes from Heraklion.
You must reach Elounda by 10 a.m.
At the small marina, you will find the boats that travel to Spinalonga island. There are departures every half hour in peak season and the crossing takes only 1/4 hour. Expect to pay €12 for the return ticket + €8 for the entry ticket on the island.
In the past, Spinalonga first served as a fortress before becoming a leper colony, which is why it is often dubbed “leper island”.
During the leprosy outbreak, all islanders affected by the disease were sent to Spinalonga where they were left to fend for themselves.
To survive, they themselves created a kind of village with a church, a hospital, houses, taking over the old buildings of the fort.
Spinalonga has become famous thanks to Victoria Hislop‘s novel “The Island”, which tells the story of a young woman’s quest to discover the story of her grandmother who was deported to the island.
Nowadays, it takes around an hour on foot to discover the island and its buildings. In addition to the historical significance, Spinalonga is really very pleasant to walk around and to enjoy beautiful views of the coast.
After a lunch break in a tavern by the Elounda sea, if you want to enjoy one of the most beautiful beaches to go to Crete in 4-5 days, you mustgo to Kolokitha beach.
It is located on the Elounda peninsula, which can be reached via a 1 km long path. There is no real car park, so you will have to park as you can and walk to the beach, 10 minutes away.
You will discover a magnificent little cove with shallow turquoise waters and fine white sands. You won’t be able to resist taking a dip!
Spend as much time as you want relaxing before heading back to Heraklion. To mix things up a little, don’t take the same route that you took while coming, but go via the Lassithi plateau.
This rural area of the island is home to several traditional stone villages and some interesting places to discover, such as:
- Panagia Kera Church in Kritsa. Worth seeing for its extremely well preserved frescoes.
- The Lasinthos Eco Park where you can attend demonstrations of traditional crafts: pottery, weaving, candle making.
- The cave of Zeus or the “cave on Mount Dicte” where the most famous of the Greek gods was born. You can reach there after a steep 10-minute climb + climbing down a long staircase to access the bottom of the cave. Entrance costs €6.
From the cave, it takes approximately 1 hour and 10 minutes to return to Heraklion, where you will spend another night.
Day 4: Trip to Balos lagoon
For the fourth day, head to the absolutely unmissable place to visit in 4-5 days in Crete: Lagoon of Balos.
I would like to point out that Balos is located 190 km from Heraklion and you should prepare for quite a drive. If you think it’s too far away and you’d rather stay closer, you can definitely select one of the activities that I suggest for day 5.
To make the journey a little shorter, less tiring, and more pleasant, you must go to Balos by boat. Cruises depart from the port of Kissamos, which is a 2 and half hour drive from Heraklion.
You must book this trip in advance by clicking on the green button below:
The boat passes first through the island of Gramvoussa where a it stops for 2 hours, before reaching the lagoon of Balos. Now all that remains is enjoying this heavenly place.
On the agenda: swimming in the clear water and taking a walk to admire the view of the lagoon.
To prepare for your day in Balos, you must read my dedicated article: Visit the lagoon of Balos.
The boat leaves for Kissamos at the end of the day. You will have to return to Heraklion for the night.
Day 5: Optional activities
For this last day, you can choose between lots of nice activities to finish visiting East Crete in 4-5 days in style!
But, for me, there are 2 activities that stand out:
- A quad bike ride with a great route to discover Crete off the beaten track. And with an English-speaking guide!
Book in advance by clicking on the button below:
- A boat trip to the island of Dia where you can go snorkelling.
Other highlights of this cruise: small group (maximum 10 people) and you will enjoy a good meal on board as well as unlimited drinks.
Book by clicking here:
There is also a boat trip from Heraklion. Take a walk along the coast and stop to swim in small bays before enjoying a barbecue lunch.
For information about reservations of this sea jaunt, click here!
If you are not tempted by these 2 options, you have other options (click on the orange links):
- Scuba diving with an English-speaking instructor – The team is really nice and will help build your confidence.
- A day at a water park. There are 2 in Heraklion: the Watercity Waterpark and the Acqua Plus water park (ticket available here!).
- Jet ski rental on Ammoudara beach
- Parasailing – Still at Ammoudara beach
- Snorkelling trip with an English -speaking instructor – The best way to discover the island’s underwater fauna!
- Canyoning descent in the Kalami Gorge with 11 rappelling descents (with an English-speaking instructor)
- Horseback riding in the Cretan mountains + Lunch with all family farm products included – Also available without lunch by clicking here.
- Cretan cooking classes to learn how to make the famous tzatziki, stuffed vine leaves and other specialities of the island
- Typical Cretan and Greek dance classes
- A visit to the vineyards with wine tasting – The Heraklion region is home to the most famous wine estates in Crete!
- Hiking in the Samaria Gorge, the unmissable experience. Round-trip transport + English guide. All the information is in my dedicated article: Visit the Samaria Gorge.
- Day on the pink sand beach of Elafonissi, one of the most famous beaches on the island.
- Jeep safari to Preveli beach, one of the most beautiful beaches to see in Crete – Lunch included in a traditional tavern – English-speaking guide
- A trip to the small island of Chrissi, renowned for its crystal clear waters and white sand beaches. Also available here if the other is already full.
- Trip to Santorini – Boat trip + bus tour of Santorini with English-speaking guide + free tour of the 2 most famous villages: Oia and Fira.
Last night in Heraklion.
Where to stay in Heraklion?
- Intra Muros Hostel: Hostel located a 5-minute walk from the old town. Dormitory bed from 21€. Strong points: comfortable, warm welcome, cleanliness, roof terrace. The best choice for cheap accommodation in Heraklion!
- Kronos Hotel: Located just next to Heraklion fortress. Double room with impeccable cleanliness and balcony (some with a sea view) from 65€, breakfast included. Strong points: the location is perfect for visiting Heraklion, good breakfast and friendly staff.
- Atrion Hotel: Located in the historical centre. Comfortable and warm double room with balcony from 85€, breakfast included. Strong points: excellent location and excellent breakfast. It’s my favorite hotel for its excellent value for money in Heraklion!
- DOM Boutique Hotel: Located in the heart of the old town. Modern, spacious and elegantly decorated double room from 110€, breakfast included. Strong points: excellent breakfast, attentive staff, setting, very good bedding. This is my recommendation for an upscale stay in Heraklion!
- GDM Megaron: This 5-star hotel is also located in the centre of Heraklion, not far from the Venetian port. The hotel offers beautiful rooms with a balcony from 190€, breakfast included. Strong points: rooftop swimming pool, wellness area, exceptional breakfast, great staff. This is my recommendation for a luxury stay in Heraklion!
4-5 day tour in Crete – With a travel agency
On Voyagetips.com, I give you all my best tips and itineraries to plan your trip to Crete by yourself. (All my Crete guides are here)
However, if you prefer to book a Crete tour with a travel agency, I recommend you to check the 10 best Crete tours by clicking the button below:
Renting a boat in Crete
If you want to rent a boat for a nice day at sea during your stay in Crete, you should book it with Samboat.
Motorboats, sailboats, yachts, small boats without a license, with or without a skipper: they simply have the most complete offer for boat rental!
So, what are you waiting for to book your boat trip in Crete? 😊
How to get to Crete: flights & ferries prices
- To reach Chania, the quickest option is to take a flight.
Chania airport is located on Akrotiri peninsula, 14 km from the city centre.
To get to Heraklion, the best is to take a flight.
Heraklion Airport is just a 10-minute drive from the city centre.
As always, you should book your plane tickets as early as possible to get the best prices. You have to know that the flight prices to Corsica can vary a lot throughout the year!
So to check the rates and schedules, you can use our flight comparator, in partnership with Skyscanner:
- Chania can be reach by ferries from the port of Piraeus in Athens. However, it takes 9 hours for the crossing.
- Heraklion can also be reached by ferries from the port of Piraeus in Athens. It’s 8h30 to 9h30 journey.
And lastly, there is a boat that allow you to get to Heraklion from the island of Rhodes.
To check prices and schedules of ferries to Crete, simply click on the button below:
Do not hesitate to give us your opinions and suggestions on our 4to 5 day itinerary in Crete!
🚗 Rent a car
🗽 Book entrance tickets and guided visits
🏄 Book your sports activities
🚤 Book your rental boat
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🙎 Book a tour
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You’re traveling to Crete? These articles will help you!
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- Itinerary: One week in Crete – The perfect itinerary to visit Western Crete
- Itinerary: 7 days in Crete – The best itinerary to visit East Crete in 1 week
- Itinerary: 10 days in Crete – How to visit Crete in 10 days
- Itinerary: 2 weeks in Crete – The perfect itinerary for 14-15 days in Crete
- Road trip to Crete: The best itineraries for 5, 7, 10 and 15 days
- Chania: The 15 best places to discover
- Heraklion: TOP 13 places to visit
- Rethymnon: The 13 best things to do
- Balos Beach: All my best tips to visit Balos Lagoon!
- Elafonissi Beach: The definitive guide to discover Crete’s famous pink sand beach
- Palace of Knossos: The definitive guide to visit the most famous archaeological site of Crete
- Samaria Gorge: How to plan the best hike in Crete
- Where to stay in Crete? The guide to the best hotels, ordered by city and budget