In accordance with the tradition so far, we finally managed to assemble a film summarizing our last trip. Spring in Crete is a good time for hiking, so in our short clip you could not miss shots from this type of trips. We invite you to watch.
The following video presents a view of the clouds forming above the Rodopou peninsula. This place is one of the last corners of Crete, which has not yet been blown by the tourist industry. Behind the sleepy towns of Afrata and Rodpos, an asphalt road ends and you can still drive a car only on gravel roads ... whose condition always remains a mystery.
We've always wanted to see Crete in the clouds, but from June to August it's not a very common sight and if it's already high up in the mountains. This time, however, our Crete surprised us. Along with the very gusty wind blowing from the north over Plakias clouds came, which scrolled for several days. Using this unusual aura for July, we recorded several shots of a deserted beach.
Ierapetra (Ιεράπετρα) is the fourth largest city of Crete and also the largest town located in the Lassithi prefecture. It is located on the south-eastern coast of the island, in the place of its characteristic narrowing. The name of the largest city in this part of Crete is by no means synonymous with some astronomical number of people living permanently in Ierapetra.