Vatos Village, Rethimnon, Greece
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Across North Crete (1D)

Across North Crete (1D)

 

Operates every Friday from April 1st to October 31st

Duration: 1 day

The departure times depend on the pick-up location. Below you will find all the indicative pick up and drop-off times, according to each location:

  • Chania (07:30-21:00) / 25 euro per person
  • Georgioupoli (08:10-20:30) / 25 euro per person
  • Rethymno (08:30-20:00)
  • Bali (08:00-20:15) / 25 euro per person
  • Fodele (07:00-19:50) / 25 euro per person
  • Agia Pelagia (07:20-19:45) / 25 euro per person
  • Heraklion (07:30-19:00)
  • Gouves (07:15-19:15) / 25 euro per person
  • Hersonisos (07:00-19:30) / 25 euro per person
  • Stalida (06:50-19:30) / 25 euro per person
  • Malia (06:50-19:35) / 25 euro per person
  • Agios Nikolaos (06:30-20:10) / 30 euro per person
  • Elounda (06:10-20:20) / 30 euro per person
  • All other locations are upon request.

Friday:

Rethimno - Chania - Rethimno - Knossos - Heraklio   (L)

Breakfast at the hotel. We start our tour driving along the north coastal road, passing the resort city of Georgioupolis, popular for its fine beaches, to the city of Souda, port of Chania, to visit the principal Allied War Cemetery designed by architect Louis de Soissons and next, to visit the Venizelos Graves at the historical location of Profitis Ilias in Akrotiri where the tomb of Eleftherios Venizelos lays, one of the long-standing prime Ministers of Greece. We continue to the city of Chania for a visit to the small market, where local products can be found, such as the famous honey, cheeses, souvenir shops etc, before descending to the famous Venetian harbor of the city with the LighthouseFaros and then returning to Rethymno for lunch. We continue driving across the north side of the island along the Cretan Sea and crossing the coastal villages of Bali, Fodele and Agia Pelagia, and reach the city of Heraklion, where we visit the archaeological site of Knossos and its palace sited 5kms southeast of the city of Heraklio. The first Minoan palace (1900 BC) was built on the ruins of the Neolithic settlement where the Minoan dynasty ruled. The site was discovered in 1878 by Minos Kalokairinos. The excavations in Knossos began in 1900 A.D. by the English archaeologist Sir Arthur Evans and his team and they continued for 35 years. After the visit of the site we return to our Hotel. 

    • Air-conditioned Motorcoach
    • 1 Lunch at local restaurant (Rethimno)
    • Professional guide included
    • VAT and all legal taxes included

    • Entrance Fees at the museums and the archaeological sites
    • Drinks and beverages during lunch
    • Gratuities
    • Porterage service
    • Anything that is not specified in the program as included

2019 Adult Child 4-13,99years old
Across the North Crete 105€ 53€
Optional Supplements per operation
Private operation 250€

2020 Adult Child 4-13,99years old
Across the North Crete 102€ 51€
Optional Supplements per operation
Private operation 250€

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Upon receiving the online payment notification, which will be send via e-mail, you would be redirected to Viva Payments's site where you can make your payment. At present, all payments are in Euros.

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Account Number: 41647018286

Bank Name: National Bank of Greece S.A.

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Bank Address: Mykonos Island, 84600 Greece

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We look forward to meeting you and welcoming you at our home.
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