The island of Crete, floats like a jewel in a melted sea of turquoise. Coasted with white pillowy beaches, and warm smooth pebbles. As the birthplace of Zeus, Crete really is its own Heaven on earth. When you’re not relaxing and absorbing the light hot rays of the Greek sun, you can explore the whole archaelogical history of Crete and discover hundred and thousands of years of cultural lifestyles, all whilst you holiday on the beautiful island. If you’re staying in the UK check out the best summer attractions.
Traveling to Crete takes under 2 hours, and when you arrive you are greeted off the plane with the sweet warm heat, and local buzz of the Creteans. Crete enjoys mild winters and searing hot summers. During the summer months (June, July, August), temperatures should be expected to reach 35 degrees celsius. You should pack strong sun protection if needs be and plan to stay out of the sun during the peak hours (12pm to 3pm).
Don’t forget to pack sunbathing essentials – full sized beach towel, sun cream and shades!
The months that Crete has its sweet climate periods are usually late April through to May, as well as September and October. This tourist friendly period makes the weather more bearable, making it easier to enjoy the sun, rather than bake in it, and experience the beautifulness of the beaches and walks.During late April and May, as well as September and October, the climate is sweet and tourist friendly; therefore its easier to enjoy sun, beaches and walks. If you’re looking for more ideas how about visiting London by coach?
There are many things to do on a holiday in Crete, including visitng the famous Manousakis Winery in Chania Town. Enjoy wine tasting from some of the most delicious and cured wines from this cultural and lucrative island. You can also visit the Balos Lagoon in Kissasmos and its sanctuary of cool waters and bright blue appearance. The Kourtaliotiko Gorge is also a main tourist attraction with its stunning scenery and imposing backdrop of mountainous terrain.