Crete tourist guide

The best Polish website dedicated to the Greek island Crete and to a small extent of continental Greece. You will find useful information related to visiting Crete that goes beyond the offer of optional tours. On the website you will also find descriptions of the most interesting places that we visited by visiting this largest Greek island. The content complements the current news, photographs and recipes of Greek cuisine.
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Spinalonga - the leper island

This inconspicuous little island located about 5 km from the center of Elounda is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Crete. Of the other Cretan historical sites of Spinalonga (Σπιναλόγκα) popularity is second only to the palace at Knossos. Surrounded by the emerald waters of Mirabello Bay, this island attracts over 30,000 tourists every year. Visiting this beautifully situated midwife, it is sometimes difficult to remember his grim history. Here was the last European leprosarium to which lepers were sent.

The island of Spinalonga


The island of lepers

This part of the island's history begins in 1830 when Greece won independence and threw off the Turkish yoke. Despite the fact that the Turks withdrew from occupied Greek areas, they did not smoke too much to abandon Spinalonga, on which they founded a settlement. According to sources referring to the 1881 census, there were 1112 Turks.

Some sources indicate that the Greeks were to send leprosy patients to get rid of the Turks from the island. Spinalonga is located quite close to the shore, so this transport would not be a problem. The barracks of the former Venetian fortress, which could accommodate up to 450 people, were given to the patients first. With time, they also took over the buildings of Muslim residents who quickly left the island in this situation. Probably the first lepers were transported in 1903. It is assumed that by 1957 this place constituted a colony for about 2,000 people infected with leprosy (some sources, however, give a much smaller number: 1,300 people).

Spinalonga visible in a photo taken in 1901.

Inventing a series of medications for leprosy, which slowed the development of the disease, and some of its variants were even possible to heal, caused that the number of patients slowly decreased. Some of them returned home, and in 1957 the last ten of the most seriously ill were transferred to a hospital in Athens.

From leprosarium to tourist attractions

Today, the Greeks are not very happy to talk about Spinalonna and those of the exiles who are still living relentlessly reach for their memories. For this reason, for a very long time it was impossible to write down the history of this place and hence there are significant discrepancies in the information (number of patients, clearly defined date of creation). Only a few years ago, a doctoral thesis on the history of leprosarium was created at the Cretan University.

Since 1957, when the last one left the island, it is uninhabited, while those who come here for a day to work leave this place with the last ship. If it were not for the fact that the island became a tourist attraction that allows to gain profits from this popularity, it would probably fall into oblivion and ruin. Until relatively recently, you could only get here individually, with a paid fisherman from a nearby village. Today in the summer, they regularly sail to the shores of Spinalonga with boats filled with tourists from Elounda, Plaki and Agios Nikolaos.

Spinalnga - ruins


Although most people know about the former leprosarium, the most important thing is the picturesque nature of this place. The ruins of the fortress, the remains of Venetian houses, breathtaking views are a magnet. One can even get the impression that the guide stories about incurably sick patients are too shallow.

It is emphasized above all that the old inhabitants lived normally and created their town here. Perhaps the story given in this way suits this beautiful place and allows us to somehow familiarize ourselves with the thoughts of this horrible disease and dramas that took place here. However, this obscure part of the more grim part of the history of Spinalonga and its inhabitants goes away.

Marked by leprosy

Leprosy also called leprous is a disease that for centuries has caused terror in people. Formerly infected with her, they had to carry bells with them to warn others of their arrival. As far as possible, the sick were isolated so that leprosy would not spread. It is now known that the vast majority of the human population is immune to it, and the disease itself is not so easily transferred. However, despite the invention of medicines, noit can be considered defeated, because currently according to the WHO estimates, the number of people infected with it is around 15 million (of which 70% is in India).

In Crete, leprosy probably got from Egypt. If you think that the Greek authorities had to use any coercive measures to place lepers on the island, you are wrong. In most cases, the case dealt with the fear of the rest of a healthy society that effectively isolated sick people. The infected had to choose either a lonely life high in the mountains far from human habitation, or a substitute for real life among other patients. For several dozen years of functioning of the leprosarium there has been a significant number of patients, which clearly shows what choice these people made.

During the Second World War even the Germans kept a safe distance and did not dare to take over the island. Only warning boards were set up on the beaches around her, and the residents were left alone. It gave them a bit more freedom. They could listen to messages broadcast by radio in London or Cairo without any problems. The price they paid for relative peace of mind was the starvation of half the sick.


Life on Spinalonna

Moved here, the sick in time tried to make their everyday life resemble ordinary life. They dealt with small gardens, olive trees and few animals. It must be remembered, however, that they could not erase the forced separation of their families from their memory. Until the invention of leprosy drugs, the cruise to the island took place only one way without the possibility of return. It is not strange, therefore, that also in this place these people created new relationships, in spite of the terrible disease. However, they were also stigmatized by leprosy. The children born in Spinalonna were immediately taken away after being examined and taken to Crete. According to one of the sources, 39 children were born here, of which 16 died.

Leprosy is a tricky disease that develops for a very long time, and patients live with it for many years. However, progressive symptoms made it impossible for the people of Spinalonga to perform harder work, so they had to pay for their work to workers from the nearby village of Plaka. Unfortunately, rates for these services were much higher than for other people. Doctors who sometimes came here also made salty bills for their visits. With time, the Greek government admitted to the infected small benefits (1 drahma per day), which, however, became a salt in the eye of healthy residents of the surrounding villages.

spinalonga

People who came to Spinaloga (workers or doctors) had to go through the decontamination station before leaving the island. The money that patients paid for services and food was also disinfected. The most common vinegar was said to serve this purpose.

During the Second World War, when the inhabitants of the island began to support the International Red Cross parcels, the roles turned slightly, because from Spinalonga to Plaka small amounts of food were sold to the hungry inhabitants of the mainland. Imagine how desperate were the Greeks at that time who bought lepers from food? There have also been cases when healthy people, depressed by poverty, chose to escape to the island and become infected with leprosy just to live at least a bit "better".

With time, the conditions on the island became more human, a hospital appeared and a hospital for the most seriously ill. Small workshops, a barber shop and a cafeteria were created. Inhabitants of the island were one of the first to receive their power generator (which also aroused envy). It is worth remembering that this compulsory isolation was also provided to educated people such as doctors or teachers, journalists who, while working on the island, increased the level of its functioning.

Spinalonga - renovated buildings


Traces of the lepers' past

Nowadays, a distinctive trace of this past is the museum, in which old everyday objects of the then inhabitants were collected. In recent years, some buildings undergo a solid reconstruction and reconstruction. Thanks to this, walking along the streets you can get the impression that we have gone back in time and history is happening here and now. Other buildings that are in danger of collapsing are waiting their turn.

The most depressing placethere is a cemetery on the entire island where the dead were buried. There are simple anonymous graves covered with ordinary concrete slabs with no decorations.

Cemetery on Spinalonna

Cruise on Spinalonga

To get to Spinalonga, you need to buy a cruise in Agios Nikolaos, Place or Elounda. A dozen or so boats run regularly from Elounda itself, and the cost of a return ticket for an adult person in 2015 was 10 €. You can also come here directly from Agios Nikolaos, ticket prices range between 16 and 25 €.

Cruise on Spinalonga

Until the autumn of 2015, the cost of the entrance ticket was symbolic and amounted to just € 2. However, when planning next year's holidays, it is worth remembering that in the new 2016 season, these prices will increase significantly. According to the latest price list, the cost of entry to the fortress area is about 8 €.

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Malia
Malia

Malia

Information about one of the more known tourist cities of Crete, or about Malia. Description of attractions located in the city of Malia and a description of the specificity of this town.

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Kritsa
Kritsa

Kritsa

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Lasithi
Lasithi

Lasithi

The Lasithi Plateau is located about 70 kilometers from the capital of Crete - Heraklion. The average height at which the terrain of this plateau is located is 840 m above sea level.

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Dikte Cave
Dikte Cave

Dikte Cave

One of the tourist attractions eagerly visited by people spending their holidays in Crete is the Dikte (Psychro) cave. The main factors that attract people to this cave are a rich and varied dripstone robe and a close connection with mythology.

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Panagia Kera
Panagia Kera

Panagia Kera

Among the olive groves in the place called Logari, which is less than a kilometer from the village of Kritsa, there is a small Byzantine church of Panagia Kera from the 13th-14th centuries.

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Stalida
Stalida

Stalida

Stalida is located directly along the coast and is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Crete, which definitely comes alive with the advent of the tourist season

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Gorge Ha
Gorge Ha

Gorge Ha

Most people crossing the route between Agios Nikolaos and Ierapetra will definitely notice the large crack which is marked by the mountain located east of this road. This majestic geological creation called Ha was probably created as a result of an earthquake.

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Xerokambos
Xerokambos

Xerokambos

Xerokambos is a small settlement in which you will find literally several taverns, and most of the buildings are single-storey and one-story houses. The big advantage of this beach is a gentle sandy descent to the sea.

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Agios Nikolaos
Agios Nikolaos

Agios Nikolaos

Agios Nikolaos (Άγιος Νικόλαος) is a small town with less than 20,000 inhabitants. permanent residents (according to statistical data from 2001). This city is the capital of the Lasithi nomos.

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Elounda
Elounda

Elounda

Although Elounda seems to be a sleepy fishing town to this day, however, appearances should not fool you, because this town and its surroundings can boast of probably the largest number of the best hotels.

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Elounda
Elounda

Elounda

Although Elounda seems to be a sleepy fishing town to this day, however, appearances should not fool you, because this town and its surroundings can boast of probably the largest number of the best hotels.

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Stalida
Stalida

Stalida

Stalida is located directly along the coast and is one of the most famous tourist destinations in Crete, which definitely comes alive with the advent of the tourist season

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Lato
Lato

Lato

The ancient city of the LATO can be found near the charming village of Krista near Agios Nikolaos.

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Gournia
Gournia

Gournia

It is recognized that Gournia was inhabited between 3000 BC. 1,200 BC and is one of the few cities unearthed to a large extent.

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Zakros
Zakros

Zakros

Zakros is the fourth-largest Minoan palace in Crete in importance and size. This latest found, built on the east coast of the island is located in the village of Káto Zákros.

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zakros
zakros

zakros

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Palace in Malia
Palace in Malia

Palace in Malia

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Moni Toplou
Moni Toplou

Moni Toplou

Moni Toplou (Μονή Τοπλού) also called as The Great Monastery is one of the most beautiful and important monasteries in Crete.

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Moni Toplou
Moni Toplou

Moni Toplou

Moni Toplou (Μονή Τοπλού) also called as The Great Monastery is one of the most beautiful and important monasteries in Crete.

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Mochlos
Mochlos

Mochlos

Mochlos is a small town located roughly halfway between Agios Nikolaos and Sitia.

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Vai
Vai

Vai

O Vai zrobiło się głośno, gdy w latach 70-tych na tle palmowego gaju nakręcono reklamę kokosowych batoników Bounty.

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Spinalonga
Spinalonga

Spinalonga

This inconspicuous little island located about 5 km from the center of Elounda is one of the biggest tourist attractions in Crete.

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Trypitos
Trypitos

Trypitos

When heavy equipment entered the promontory near Sitia, no one expected that this area contained the ruins of the Hellenic city.

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Richtis
Richtis

Richtis

The abundance of water and shade mean that even at the peak of the tourist season, this place is full of lush vegetation.

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Chamaizi
Chamaizi

Chamaizi

At the top of a cone-shaped hill called Souvloto Mouri, the remains of an unusual building with a unique oval shape were discovered.

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Moni Toplou Winery
Itanos
Itanos

Itanos

The ruins of the ancient city of Itanos are located at the eastern tip of Crete, less than 3 kilometers north of the famous palm beach of Vai. Although there are also nice beaches at Itanos, unlike its well-known neighbor, this place does not attract crowds. There are either accidental stray tourists or excavation enthusiasts here.

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Roussolakos
Roussolakos

Roussolakos

Just over 2 km from Palekastro, next to Chiona beach, there is a large archaeological site called Roussolakos

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Roussolakos
Roussolakos

Roussolakos

Just over 2 km from Palekastro, next to Chiona beach, there is a large archaeological site called Roussolakos

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Ierapetra
Ierapetra

Ierapetra

Ierapetra (Ιεράπετρα) is the fourth largest city of Crete and also the largest town located in the Lassithi prefecture.

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Diaskari - Green Beach
Diaskari - Green Beach

Diaskari - Green Beach

Diaskari Beach, also known as Green Beach, is less than 3 km from Makry Gialos.

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Koufonissi - cruise to the island
Koufonissi - cruise to the island

Koufonissi - cruise to the island

Koufonissi is a small island in the Libyan Sea, located just a stone's throw from the southern coast of Crete.

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Makry Gialos
Makry Gialos

Makry Gialos

Makry Gialos is one of the less-appreciated tourist destinations in Crete.

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Sitia
Sitia

Sitia

Less than 10,000 population of Sitia makes the city the smallest in Crete. Some even go a step further and say perversely that it is rather the largest village of Crete.

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Napoleon's house
Napoleon's house

Napoleon's house

Napoleon's house is one of the few typically tourist attractions in Ierapetra. About what could have happened here in the summer of 1798 and possibly how much in this legend is the truth we write in the article on the page below.

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Zakros and Kato Zakros
Zakros and Kato Zakros

Zakros and Kato Zakros

Zakros is a small town on the east coast of Crete, less than 40 km south-east of Sitia.

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Komentarze

 Sylwia Jokiel
Sylwia Jokiel
2015-11-23 19:02:33

Byłam i polecam. Miejsce warte odwiedzenia.

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 Camilla Sobiesiak
Camilla Sobiesiak
2015-11-23 19:09:54

Też byłam ,polecam

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 Halina Piotrowska-Wantoła
Halina Piotrowska-Wantoła
2015-11-23 19:11:10

warto zwiedzić,...

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 Krzysztof Dąbrowski
Krzysztof Dąbrowski
2015-11-23 19:21:44

Piękne miejsce z ciekawą historią

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 CRETE - Kreta
CRETE - Kreta
2015-11-23 19:24:27

Tak, jej część opublikowaliśmy właśnie w podlinkowanym artykule.

 Grzegorz Zabielski
Grzegorz Zabielski
2015-11-23 19:29:27

Polecam książkę "Wyspa" .Pobudza wyobraźnię.

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 Halina Jabłońska
Halina Jabłońska
2015-11-23 19:31:10

Niesamowite miejsce.

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 Anna Niewiarowska
Anna Niewiarowska
2015-11-23 19:41:14

Bylam warto

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 Elzbieta Sowa
Elzbieta Sowa
2015-11-23 19:46:18

Robi ogromne wrażenie! Polecam.

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 Michal Kie
Michal Kie
2015-11-23 19:46:20

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 Marlena Lu
Marlena Lu
2015-11-23 19:56:41

Piękne miejsce byłam

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 Ania Koszycka
Ania Koszycka
2015-11-23 20:03:20

Byłam. Brak słów.

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 Magdalena Mo
Magdalena Mo
2015-11-23 20:11:52

Bardzo chętnie wróciłabym tam raz jeszcze, wyspa robi niesamowite wrażenie!

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 Jan Gubiec
Jan Gubiec
2015-11-23 20:30:40

Kreta miała byc wyspą moich wakacji w tym roku. Niestety nie bylo miejsc w samolotach. Polecialem na Korfu :(

 CRETE - Kreta
CRETE - Kreta
2015-11-23 20:36:32

Jan nic straconego. Kreta na pewno nie ucieknie a Korfu też ciekawe i mamy nadzieję że miałeś udane wakacje, bo to jakby nie patrzeć jest najważniejsze :)

 Jan Gubiec
Jan Gubiec
2015-11-23 20:51:27

Najblizsze wakacje z pewnością będa na Krecie :)

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 Małgorzata Jokiel
Małgorzata Jokiel
2015-11-23 20:54:36

Super polecam byłam zwiedzilam

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 Justyna Miłoszewska-Marchlewicz
Justyna Miłoszewska-Marchlewicz
2015-11-23 21:19:38

Kazda z wysp ma swoje uroki.Zwiedzilam juz wiele ale zawsze chetnie wracam tam.ten klimat widoki .....cudnie

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 La Evlajna
La Evlajna
2015-11-23 22:13:08

Wspaniałe miejsce!

 Agnieszka Polulis
Agnieszka Polulis
2015-11-23 23:26:04

Jest świetny,grecki, wzruszający film o tej wyspie.

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 Maria Johansen
Maria Johansen
2015-11-24 14:53:27

Akurat teraz tlumacze ten film na jezyk polski, koncze juz 5 odcinek z 26 :-)

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 Agnieszka Polulis
Agnieszka Polulis
2015-11-24 17:48:33

Świetnie!!! jestem ciekawa na jakim kanale będzie go można zobaczyć.

 Gosia Małgorzata
Gosia Małgorzata
2015-11-24 08:06:03

:)

 Agnieszka Mikołajczak
Agnieszka Mikołajczak
2015-11-24 15:55:10

pieknie tam jest, byłam:)))

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 Izabela Bijak
Izabela Bijak
2015-11-24 16:43:51

Ja tez wciaz wracam na Krete.Wieczny niedosyt !!! tych pieknych i niezapomnianych widokow !!!!

 Agata Mołda
Agata Mołda
2015-11-24 17:08:16

 Zofia Filipczak
Zofia Filipczak
2015-11-24 17:09:31

warto zwiedzic piekne miejsca

 Wioleta Cieślik
Wioleta Cieślik
2015-11-24 17:56:15

Mialam okazje byc i polecam jest jeszcze piekna ksiazka Wyspa wlasnie o Spinaladze

 CRETE - Kreta
CRETE - Kreta
2015-11-24 18:04:27

Zgadza się, ale nakład został wyczerpany. Można próbować szczęścia na allegro.

 Wioleta Cieślik
Wioleta Cieślik
2015-11-24 17:58:10

 CRETE - Kreta
CRETE - Kreta
2015-11-24 18:05:06

W jakim miesiącu było zrobione to zdjęcie?

 Wioleta Cieślik
Wioleta Cieślik
2015-11-24 19:34:10

Na krecie bylismy na wycieczce na spinaladze a zdjecie zrobilam z statku

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gość amigo50
2016-07-27 13:43:21

o "wYSPIE" słów kilka...

Książka, o której wcześniej była już mowa, to książka p.t. "Wyspa". Jej autorką jest Victoria Hislop (pod tym samym tytułem jest jeszcze kilka książek różnych autorów, choć nie sądzę aby one były o Spinalondze).

Właśnie kończę czytać tę książkę. Książka z tych co to czyta się "od dechy do dechy" i trudno się od niej oderwać. W charakterze jest to chyba taka bardziej "kobieca" książka, momentami może powodować "szklenie się oczu". Ja, stary facet, czytam ją z ogromnym zainteresowaniem zwłaszcza, że jak kiedyś wyczytałem w rozmowie z autorką, jest oparta na faktach. Uważam, że świetnie wprowadza w klimat Spinalongi. Ponieważ się tam za miesiąc wybieram, to sami rozumiecie....

Książka jest aktualnie do kupienia np w eMPIK-u

Gosia | crete.pl
Gosia | crete.pl
2016-07-29 09:43:26

"Wyspa"

Zgadza się, jest obecnie dostępne nowe wydanie "Wyspy".

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gość adam
2018-04-01 23:49:53

spinalonga

 

Byłem naprawdę polecam w tym roku też tam będę bo warto

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gość Yaro
2018-09-23 11:34:33

Obowiązkowa pozycja dla zwiedzających Kretę,byłem 2 tygodnie temu. Polecam!!!

Byłem 2tygodnie temu,niesamowite miejsce, podczas rejsu statek zatrzymał się na pełnym morzu, można było skakać do wody,pół godziny pływania,piękna sprawa

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gość PiotrWie: Na Santorini,Zakyntos,Korfu,Mykonos czy Skiatos trzeba by wprowadzić opłatę za wjazd na wyspę, tam overturism nie dotyczy jakiś miejsc a całej wyspy
Adaś Es: Cały czas zachodnia... ...A gdzie wschód który również jest bardzo piękny i dziki
gość PiotrWie: a my w tym roku oprócz Krety spróbowaliśmy innych wysp - Kreta jest duża i da się znaleźć miejsca gdzie nie docierają biura podróży, ale wyobraźcie sobie całą wyspę gdzie nie dociera turystyka zorganizowana - to jest dopiero inna bajka.
Daniel Fik: Bo "nasz"naród nie wie co najlepsze:)
Daria Tosta: Kreta najlepsza
Jola Ostraszewska: Z prespektywy biur podróży. Fakt zaczynam być w tych 20٪ , którzy robią to indywidualnie, ale ... zawsze na Kretę
Anna Evelyn: Miesiąc temu jechałam z kierowca busa palił i pił kawę i gadał przez telefon , były dzieci szkolne , to juz przesada - ale to taki kraj , przecież okno miał otwarte ....
Kasia Chrobry: Chyba nie przejdzie
Mariusz Bart: Moje pierwsze wrażenie z publicznej plaży na Krecie, okupowanej przez grecką latorośl: "W Grecji to dzieci się chyba rodzą z kiepem w ustach"..
Katerina Kate: Nie ma szans. Grecja = palenie papierosów. Koniec kropka
Marcin Pilarski: No to gdzie ja teraz zobaczę pana sprzedającego na BP z fajką.
Artur Nowak: Szukają pieniędzy jak nasz Pinokio
Dana Gołowacz: Koniec Świata bliski ;) jakoś cięzko mi sobie wyobrazić Kreteńczyków,bez papierosów ;)
Lisa Guldstrand: Ierapetra is our paradise and we are moving there when we retire in a couple of years
Ewa Szumowska: Larapetra nie rzuciła mnie na kolana
Roy Feuillade: Had a lovely day here with my Greek family
Paulina Kurkowiak: Byłam tam w tym roku w maju i już było prawie 30 stopni☀️☀️☀️

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