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According to legend, Santorini rose up from the depths of the sea and this, in combination with the eruption of the volcano, has led scientists to correlate and compare it to the lost city of Atlantis. The first signs of life were evident as far back as the mid-3rd century B.C. (Early Copper Age). The first name given to the island was Strongyle (“the circular one”) due to its shape. According to Herodotus however, the island was later renamed to Kalliste (“the most beautiful one”) due to its incomparable beauty. Once the island was colonized by Spartans (following the Phoenicians) the island changed its name to Thera, named the after the Spartan leader of the time. Finally, the name Santorini, which is a contraction of the name Santa Irini, was given to the island by the Latin Empire referencing the name of the old cathedral of Saint Irene; the ruins of which were discovered in 1992 at the foot of the mountain in the village of Perissa.
The large volcanic eruptions of circa 1613B.C. (Late Copper Age), and the following collapse of the volcano’s magma chamber/reservoir, lead to the formation of the caldera (a large underwater cauldron-like depression).
The rare natural beauty, the rich history and the unique geomorphology of Santorini have contributed to it becoming one of the world’s top and most sought after destinations. It has become the subject of study for numerous influential scientists as well as an inspiration to famous poets and writers. It is worth noting that the island was even mentioned in Jules Verne’s novel “20,000 Leagues Under the Sea”, as well as Santorini being his main source inspiration in writing his novel “The Mysterious Island”.Lire la suite & Book Now!
Dual Paraglider Flight with Instructor: Don’t miss the the best paragliding adventure of your lifetime, book a flight now!
Experience the best adventure activity on the mountains of Crete cross of Avdou gorge. You don’t need to be especially fit to fly in a paraglider; Take off and landing involves running just a few steps and once airborne you sit back in a comfortable seat.
In our Tandem Paragliders We are able to take passengers weighing between 45 and 110 kg. Children aged between 7 and 17 require written parental consent.
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This excursion to Spinalonga is a very special trip. On our way to Agios Nikolaos where we will pick up the boat, we will first stop at the traditional village of Kritsa. we will then take the boat through the beautiful Mirabello Gulf, where the views and places of interest will amaze you, amonth them will be the Sunken city of Olous, Kri Kri Island and Kokolitha Beach which is ideal for swimming. We will then arrive at Spinalonga, which was originally build as a Venetian fortress and then until 1953 was the last leper colony of Europe.
Alternatively there is an excursion which includes a Beach BBQ, on this trip, we first go to Elunda where we will pick up the boat and go to a private beach where you will have the change to relax, swim and enjoy a delicious BBQ prepared by the captain and his crew. Then we will go onto Spinalong and our last stop will be the town of Agios Nikolaos.Lire la suite & Book Now!
This time we set out for the south of Crete. An amazing route to the center of Crete through the Messara plain leads you to our first stop, the Odigitria Monastery, dedicated to Virgin Mary, run and inhabited by monks. It was built during the 14th century and is one of the most historical monasteries on Crete, with a vast land property. It was named after the most famous miraculous icon in the Byzantine Empire. Initially built as a fortress, it still preserves some parts of its original walls.
After a short journey through traditional villages, we reach the famous beach of Matala. This is the place where Zeus, having taken the form of a bull, swam ashore with Europa on his back before dragging her off to Gortys. Both the Minoans and the Romans used the place as their harbor. Nevertheless, for most people, Matala means only one thing: hippies. Back in the late 1960s – 1970s, this little town was a colony of the “flower children”, who lived in the caves that used to be former Roman tombs. Here we will enjoy the crystal waters, the warm sun and lunch by the sea, while later, we can explore the prehistoric caves, carved on the steep rocks of the area.Lire la suite & Book Now!
Everyday the Pirate Boat sails from the port of Hersonissos to the clear waters of the Cretan sea. Our first stop is St. George's Bay next to the caves for 2 hours. There you will have the chance to swim and explore the bay with snorkels. When you come back on board the Pirates (crew) will prepare a delicious meal for you to enjoy. After this, we proceed our journey to the the beautiful village of Malia, where we enter like real “Pirates”. During our trip to the destination there is a possibility that we will be accompanied by dolphins and sea turtles.
In Malia we stop for 1 hour and you can go out of the boat. At 4 o’clock we leave Malia and pass close to the coastline of Stalis (Stalida) before heading back to Hersonissos.
We return to Hersonissos around 5 o’clock. Depending where your stay, you can be collected and returned to your hotel.
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Driving to the west of the island, we make our first stop in the beautiful city of Rethimnon, where we have some time for our coffee of breakfast. Moving on, we drive past the city of Chania and after a while, we arrive at the port of Kissamos, where we set out for our trip.During our boat trip, we have the chance to admire a vast cave – most likely an ancient shipyard, sea turtles or monk seals and of course, the dolphins of the area. We also witness an impressive geological phenomenon: the simultaneous lifting and sinking of the two sides of the island, where its western side rises up to 6-9 meters above the sea level.Disembark at Gramvousa, the Pirates Island.It got its reputation during the Revolution. It was used for 3 years as a base by 3,000 rebels, who had to become pirates, since it was the only way for them to get some food.We are instantly blown away not only by the natural beauty of the place, but also by the dashing Venetian castle.It prevails on the highest spot of the island, at the top of an extremely sheer cliff. The position of the castle is exceptionally strategic, as it protected the whole region of the northeastern Crete, while its size still impresses the visitors. The stunning view from its walls, its grandeur as well as the legend about hidden pirate treasures prompt us to visit it.The broader area of Gramvousa forms one of the most significant hydro-biotopes of the Eastern Mediterranean.Here we can encounter over 100 bird species and 400 plant species.After our exploration of the area, we have plenty of time to enjoy our swim at the gorgeous beach with the wonderful colors, take a few shots of the famous shipwreck of the island or have lunch aboard (optional).The Balos Lagoon, one of the loveliest places in Greece.In the early afternoon, view of the lagoon is truly breathtaking.Lire la suite & Book Now!
“Une journée magnifique, un guide très sympathique, le repas délicieux. La durée de la balade parfaite. Bref je recommande vivement ce prestataire crétois formidable”
“ Magnifique journée 😎😎😎 paysages à couper le souffle , à refaire avec Dimitri”