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Agios Pavlos

Agios Pavlos - a destination off the beaten track

Agios Pavlos, Crete is a delightful small coastal village in the Rethymnon prefecture, some 58 km from the city of Rethymnon.

Agios Pavlos

Agia Galini

Agia Galini - the calm resort

Agia Galini, Crete is a small tourist resort on the Cretan south coast in the prefecture of Rethymnon. With about 800 permanent residents, it has the capacity of hosting 2.500 visitors.

Agia Galini


the fortified village of Maroulas

Maroulas, Crete (Μαρουλάς) - Just 7 km east of Rethymnon, the picturesque village of Maroulas has preserved its traditional architecture, though Byzantine, Turkish and Venetian influences are apparent.



the pottery centre of Margarites

Margarites, Crete - The traditional settlement, 27 km east of Rethymnon in the foothills of Mt. Psiloritis, is one of Crete’s four main pottery centres.

Pottery Shop


Plakias - the popular resort on Rethymnon's south coast

Plakias, Crete (Πλακιάς) is a coastal village, 40 km south of Rethymnon, with 237 permanent residents, built at the cove of the homonymous bay on a wonderful 1300 m long sandy beach, between the capes Stavros and Kako Mouri that is ideal for swimming and sea sports.


Anogia, Crete - home of proud rebels and great musicians

Anogia is one of the most beautiful villages in Crete, probably built by refugees from neighboring Axos when it was destroyed during Venetian rule.

Anogia, Crete

Rethymnon Destinations

Top holidays travel destinations of Rethymnon prefecture

Discover the beauty of Crete with a virtual tour of the Rethymnon prefecture... until the time that you will come to our island


Archanes - The traditional face of Crete

Archanes or Arhanes is a beautiful small town, some 15 km south of Heraklion. From prehistoric years to this date it has been an important financial centre of the surrounding area. It is also the archaeological site of an ancient Minoan settlement.


Malia Crete - Famous at all times

Malia or Mallia is a coastal town located 36 km east of Heraklion built on the bay of the same name. Malia is one of Crete’s biggest package holiday resorts.

Malia Holidays


Matala Crete - The former Hippie Destination that maintains its low-key atmosphere

Matala is a village located 75 km south-west of Heraklion. It is part of the municipality of Tympaki, and the Heraklion Prefecture. Famous since ancient times for its magnificent cave-pocked cliffs, Matala was a prime hippie destination in the 1960's.

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