"Crete, sense the authentic winter!" / Videos We Like

"A Trip To a Blessed Place"

 The charm of Cretan winters comes from the mildness of the climate which invites you to wander through the wild landscapes, and the simplicity of life in the community, connected to the rhythm of nature.

 Sunny or cloudy, the winter scenery of Crete is full of energy, sound, and color: the snow-capped peaks of the Dikti Mountains, Lefka Ori (White Mountains) and Psiloritis, the hills wrapped in the green mantle of olive groves or cedar forests, the flowering meadows with intoxicating scents, the sea either calm, caressing the sandy beaches or unleashed, throwing itself with a roar over the steep shores.

 Freed from the pressure of summer tourism, Crete quietly reveals its true beauty. A realm of play and daydreaming, in which every corner is a memory, every route a challenge, every person an invitation. Your eyes, dear visitor, can see it unfiltered through the lens of your sunglasses, your steps are free to measure its grandeur, and your sensors have plenty of time to perceive its charm and flavor.

 Get ready for a journey with a taste of freedom, inspiration, and creativity! All you have to do is embrace the authentic warmth of the locals, rest your soul bare of armor and open your heart to new friends and experiences! To look at the world again with the eyes of a child, even if you are at old age, to rediscover the simple pleasures of life, and to abandon yourself to divine grace…

 In simplicity, you discover true happiness. Who else but the famous Cretan writer and philosopher Nikos Kazantzakis, best described this state in his novel "Zorba the Greek": "I felt once more what simple and frugal thing happiness is: a glass of wine, a roast chestnut, a wretched little brazier, the sound of the sea. Nothing else.”

 We are pleased to share a beautiful video story entitled "A Trip To a Blessed Place", part of the Crete region's 2019-2020 advertising campaign for winter tourism, with the message "Crete, Feel the Authentic Winter!"


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