You can of course also 'hop' within one island. The great charm is that you get to see several parts of an island in a certain amount of time. You will miss the ferry that makes the picture complete, but if you really want a ferry, we can plan one for you.


Crete is the largest island in Greece and you need a few weeks to get to know it well. Crete is known to many for the youngsters in Malia & Chersonissos, but there is so much more! Crete is an island full of surprises, from green paradises to beaches that would not be out of place in the Caribbean, from quiet fishing villages to high mountain villages where time seems to have stood still and old ladies in black still determine the streets. Crete has many excavations, active highlights such as the Samaria Gorge (longest gorge in Europe) and picturesque places. Come along and experience the real Crete.

Below you will find the places we can offer you on Crete. You can determine the duration of your stay yourself.

Island groups in Location


Mirtos is a small friendly village on the south coast of Crete. It's a village not flooded by tourists and therefore ideal for a real Greek experience. From Mirtos you can explore the east side of the island.

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Paleochora is a cozy village with approximately 1500 permanent residents. I was once a quiet fishing village until the hippies discovered in the 60s. From that moment on most residents started to make their living from the tourists. It is a fine blend between locals and tourists

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Frangokastello is a small quiet village stretched on the Southwest side of Crete. It is known for its castle. It dates from 1371 and was primarily used to protect the inhabitants against pirates. Frangokastello has …

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Plakias is located in one of the most beautiful bays of Southwest Crete. Plakias has a fine sandy beach, beautiful surrounds for hiking and there are plenty of posibilities for excursions. For example the Preveli monastery, Preveli Beach, the fortress at Frangokastello and ...

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Mochlos is a small typical Greek fishing village on the north side of Crete. It is a quiet place with white houses, blue shutters, brightly colored bougainvilleas and a small promenade with a few restaurants. It is very cozy ...

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Sougia is a small, cozy, picturesque village on the southwest side of Crete. It has about 150 inhabitants and a small number of tavernas on the promenade next to the large pebble beach. Sougia has some cafe's and bars ..

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Why Islandhopping Greece?

  • We visited all the islands personally
  • We know the accommodations ourselves
  • You will know where you will stay
  • We organize transfers, accommodation and if necessary: car rental
  • Your trip can be tailor-made
  • Choose between hotels and apartments
  • Flexible terms and conditions
  • European company with European legislation
  • We mainly offer small-scale accommodations
  • Available 24 hours a day in case of emergency

Islands of the Location