Overview

Introduction

South of mainland Greece and with 650 miles of spectacularly varied coastline and beaches, framed by a series of mountain ranges, lies Crete, the largest of all Greek islands. 


Combining a temperate Mediterranean climate in the north and a drier, hotter North African variety in the south, with mild winters rarely below 15°C even in December and reaching the late 20°Cs and baking 30°Cs in July and August, holidays in Crete can be enjoyed from April to October.

A three and a half hour flight from the UK brings the visitor to a landscape that still feels true to its roots as the cradle of European civilisation, a stunning mix of mythology and mountains, Gorgons and gorges, baklava and beaches, minarets and Minoans.

True to its principles, Sunvil concentrates on the “real Greece”, which we believe is best represented by the less developed western half of Megalonissos  (“the Great Island”) and we have chosen locations that are characterised by their individuality. Regarded as the most hospitable of all Greeks, Cretans are renowned for their generosity and loyalty. Here, where friendship is considered a friendship for life, you will have the time and opportunity to discover just why Crete holidays become so memorable.

As well as the magnificent beaches and warm seas, the size and physical variety of the island invites exploration. Uniquely among Greek islands, Crete’s mountainous spine creates a sense of spaciousness, a life distinct from sea and sand. Fly-drive holidays to Crete  - or simply the hire of a car for some days during your stay – will enable you to seek out the rugged formations of the interior, the fertile countryside and tiny chapels filled with frescoes, the mountain villages where time has stood still.

Always, the authentic spirit of the islanders, their fierce independence and pride – as well as the best cooking and most delicious meals that constitute the famed “Cretan Diet” – will more likely be found where few others are looking.

The countryside is at its freshest and most colourful in April and May, and though the weather can be changeable it is usually sunny and warm during the day, with the additional benefit that fellow tourists are a rarity. The island heats up during June and early July with almost guaranteed sunshine but without the crowds, whilst from mid-July to the end of August the island is at its hottest and busiest and the exceptional beaches attract visitors from all over the world. As the crowds in Chania diminish, September remains warm and popular, and the season winds down comfortably through October – a last chance of sunshine before winter! - after which the island “closes” till March.

With an island so various in its fascinations, it is certainly worth considering a multi-centre holiday. Perhaps a first week in Paleochora and a second at Loutro, where the transfer is a scenic two and a half hour cruise along the dramatic south-west coastline. Any holiday to Crete should include a trip to the interior as well, a hike through the stunning Samaria Gorge for the active, or a gentle ride on the “road train” from Panormos to the tiny villages in the foothills of the White Mountains.

With so much to see, with dolphins to watch, shaded squares to paint, olive trees and wild orchids, Minoan remains and sweeping beaches, no wonder Crete holidays are revisited so often.

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Getting there

All our Crete holidays start on a Tuesday from either London Gatwick or Manchester airports, where a three and a half hour Day flight takes you to Chania airport on the north-west coast. You will be met at the airport by our experienced representative, who will have arranged the transfer to your accommodation from the airport.

If you are staying in Chania or along our favoured north-west coast (Kalives, Almirida, Rethymnon and Panormos) it is a straightforward transfer by bus or taxi along an excellent coastal road. Chania itself is about 20 minutes from the airport and Rethymnon an hour.

Paleochora is situated on the southern side of the west coast and is reached via a winding road through the mountains; the journey from Chania airport takes about 90 minutes.

No roads at all lead to idyllic, tiny Loutro on the south-west coast, but it can be reached only by boat. If you wish to travel direct to Loutro from the airport, a mountain road leads to Chora Sfakion and a short ferry (20 minutes) takes you to Loutro ( 2 hours in total). Consequently it might best be visited as part of a twin-centre holiday with time at Paleochora first, involving a two and a half hour ferry ride from Paleochora along a stunning coastline – a holiday within a holiday!

In regard to Crete transport, an excellent, fast road connects all the main towns along the northern coast, and there is a decent public bus system covering the same area.  But as the holiday trade is largely confined to Crete’s northern coast and its four main towns (Chania and Rethymnon in the west, Heraklion and Aghios Nikolaos to the east) it means that travel around the rest of this extraordinary island – particularly inland among the mountains and the traditional villages – requires a more independent mode of transport. Hiking brings its particular rewards (for shorter distances and at cooler times) but the car certainly opens up the island.

Given Crete’s mountainous topography it will come as no surprise that once you leave the major coastal road many of the inland roads are liable to twist and turn as they wend through alpine meadows and fertile valleys. Fortunately, though, the roads  are constructed of good quality tarmac, and there is no problem navigating wherever you might like to go.

Undoubtedly a Fly-Drive holiday is an excellent way to discover the variety the island offers. At Sunvil, we encourage independent travel and flexibility, and can arrange car hire for whatever length of time you might need, whether for the entire holiday, a week or for a few days. We can also arrange short-stays in BB hotels that will allow you to choose your own routes.

Always bear in mind that Sunvil has been operating in Crete for 40 years and has a wealth of experience in terms of suggestions and recommendations. We prefer, though, to respond to our customers’ own enquiries rather than laying out specific itineraries that may not suit your interests.

Crete Weather

Due to the island’s temperate Mediterranean climate, the weather in Crete changes suitably with the seasons. In Spring the island is lush and green, in Summer dry and often baking hot, more mellow and shaded in Autumn, and colder, wet and even snow-topped in Winter.

The mountain ranges that stretch from east to west provide a natural barrier to the dominant north-westerly winds that provide much needed relief during the hottest days of summer. The northern coast is typically Mediterranean: vibrant, fertile and full of colour; in contrast, the southern coast has more in common with its North African neighbours, being altogether drier, less green, and hotter.

Even in December the daytime temperature is regularly 15°C, and by April the days have become very pleasant, with a daily average of 6 hours of sunshine at 17°C. There could be cool winds from the north and occasional showers so it’s helpful to pack light rainwear, and the temperature falls in the evening so that a fleece is much appreciated. The sea is still cold for some – but the hardy find it bracing.

April and May are the freshest months, with valleys carpeted with wild flowers. The island has come to life, to be enjoyed before the arrival of the tourist crowds. By June the hours of sunshine each day have reached an average of 11 hours, and the temperature is a steady 24°C.  The sea is inviting, at a warm 22°C.

The high temperatures and long hours of sunshine attract the majority of tourists to the island through July and August. Recognising that Sunvil customers prefer to have experience of authentic environments, we have consequently chosen to concentrate our locations on the less visited, more tranquil western side of the island, which remains resolutely and unmistakably Cretan. Here there is still space and time for those languorous, sun-filled days, where families can stroll to the beach and relax with a drink in a palm-fringed taverna. At 25°C, the sea can hardly be more welcoming, and all that is needed throughout the day is swimwear, sun cream, and a wide-brimmed hat.

Very occasionally the southern coast is visited by the sirocco wind from Africa, when temperatures can rocket towards the 40°Cs.

Evenings in Crete are a delight. Despite the heat of the day, the low levels of humidity make the evenings pleasant and bearable. The skies are filled with stars, a light breeze wafts from the sea, and hospitable Cretans make excellent company. It’s sensible, though, to take precautions against that other night-time companion: the inevitable mosquito. Take care, particularly if you are dining outdoors in a taverna near a beach.

The avoidable misery of sunburn and insect bites can ruin anybody’s holiday – so be prepared!

Many visitors’ favourite time of all is in September. The crowds have left, the island is beginning to relax again, the temperature remains in the mid-20°Cs, there are 10 hours of daily sunshine, and the sea is at its warmest, having been heated throughout the summer. The evenings are cooling, so once again a jumper is a sensible addition, as you watch the thousands of stars in the deepest skies.

The season finally concludes at the end of October, but this month is popular, too, with people who are seeking a final experience of sunshine to take them through the cold days of winter. There can be occasional bursts of rain, but in Crete, even in October, the weather and the sea can be beautiful and warm – well into the 20°Cs. There is a sense of winding-down and slackening pace, and then – abruptly – the season is over and the holiday element of the island shuts down.

Car Hire

We can arrange car hire for you in Crete.

Representative

Our resident representatives are based in North West Crete (Chania, Panormos) and South West Crete (Paleochora).

Multi-Centre Options

All areas can be mixed and matched. We suggest combining the North with the South coast, or Paleochora with Loutro. East and West Crete can be combined if you self-transfer ie.by hire car.

Fly Drive - Crete

The size, shape and dramatic scenery of Crete lend themselves perfectly to fly-drive holidays and ours are the most flexible you will find. We do not list any pre-planned itineraries. Rather, we list the resorts in which we can arrange short stays and allow you to choose your own route (we will willingly help you with this should you wish).

 

Fly-Drive Centres & Pricing

North Coast:

  • Heraklion
  • Chania
  • Rethymnon
  • Elounda
  • Sitia

 

Mountains:

Zaros
 

South Coast:

  • Paleochora
  • Aghia Galini
  • Lerapetra
  • Plakias

 

Please ask for advice should you want help with your route, or would like to know approximate driving times.

Prices vary as there are so many permutations, but a typical per person price for each of 2, including flights, car and hotels would be, depending on the season, approximately: 1 week £750-£900; 2 weeks £1050- £1300. Please enquire for exact costing.

Crete Lifestyle

Famous as the most hospitable of all Greeks, the Cretans take great pride in the quality of their friendships. Generosity and loyalty are the very roots of life on Crete. It is said that a Cretan will do anything for a friend, and a friendship made in Crete is a friendship for life.

Such an attitude guarantees a warm welcome. It is almost a matter of honour that a visitor should receive the best possible service – and honour is central to the Cretan identity.

The main towns along the north-western coast (Chania and Rethymnon) have established a way of life that caters for the tourists’ interests without damaging the island’s natural rhythms. Shops may stay open till 11.00 pm along the maze of picturesque lanes, restaurants around the harbours may be busy long into the night, but the sun still compels people to doze and dawdle in the heat of the afternoon, in the same way as the setting sun requires the locals to promenade (the “volta”) along the waterfront. Unchanging, too, is the enjoyment of your leisurely evening meal, as countless stars fill the night sky and the sea laps against the beach.

Travel further south, to Paleochora, and it feels as if you are entering a world that time itself has forgotten. Even Chania feels a million miles away. Here is a place to relax and forget, where roads come to an end and all that remains is the sea. Easy-going and convivial, the southern coast has a special appeal for the laid-back of all ages.

The coastal areas may have become familiar with tourists and have adapted to our presence, but once you have ventured into the foothills and mountains you very quickly encounter the traditional Cretan lifestyle. Sitting in a café in the village square – probably in the shadow of an ancient church – will be a group of older moustached men, wearing black fringed bandanas on their heads, light woven shirts, black boots tucked into wide breeches, and the “meidanogileko”, the classic Cretan waistcoat. The inevitable glasses of raki complete the picture.

The Crete lifestyle has evolved over centuries, dominated by the island’s natural resources and its climate. The combination of mountains, water and sunshine make for an extremely fertile environment, and Crete has the longest growing season in the whole of Greece. Consequently there is an abundance of highest quality local produce – apricots, strawberries, figs, lemons, grapes, pistachios, olives, peppers, tomatoes, aubergines and all manner of herbs and pulses.

Add to that list all the different fish to be found in the sea, and it is no surprise that Cretans enjoy an exceptionally healthy diet. Fresh fruit and vegetables, alternating fish and meat, with liberal use of olive oil gained fame as “the Cretan Diet”, as experts tried to account for the unusual longevity of the island’s inhabitants in the 1960s. A plate of “mezedes” will give you a chance to taste the various delights that are available locally.

Within the family of Greek islands Crete may be the largest, yet there is something that feels separate and distinct about it.  It may be Greek, but it is Cretan, too, and Crete has a history all of its own.

The Minoans lived here, nearly 5,000 years ago – the very first civilization in Europe – and evidence of their advanced culture can still be seen at sites like Phaestos and Knossos in the east, and Gortis and Tripiti in the west. Minoan civilization was destroyed around 1450 BC, probably a victim of the cataclysmic eruption on Santorini which has led to the myth of Atlantis, the Lost Continent. Ever since, due to its position in the Mediterranean Sea, the island has felt the influence of shifting empires:  Roman, Arab, Byzantine, Venetian and Turkish. Each has left its own mark to a greater or lesser degree, as can be seen in the different styles of architecture and the delicious mix of foods.

Above all, this history of struggle against invasion has been central to the development of the Cretan national character: courageous, independent and proud. Cretans are deeply conscious of their heritage and the part they have played in even recent history – such as the island’s ferocious resistance against German paratroopers in 1941.

There is so much more to life on Crete than sunshine and sea.

Things to do and see in Crete

Given the size and variety of the island and the way the different seasons offer different experiences, the time you choose to visit has a real influence on any suggested ideas for holidays to Crete.

For many people, holidays in Crete are associated with the months of July and August, when temperatures are at their highest and 12 hours of daily sunshine are the average. In these conditions, holidays are mostly centred around the pleasures of the beach, relaxation in the evenings, and occasional forays into the island’s more unique and exceptional offerings. Often your day can feel satisfyingly filled with doing not very much at all; the morning on the quiet beach, swimming in the warm sea, the lazy lunch and the gentle siesta in the shade, another bout on the beach, and finally a long, leisured dinner in a cheerful taverna.

But even in high summer there are plenty of alternatives. The towns of Chania and Rethymnon have beguiling alleyways amidst a mix of Venetian and Ottoman  architecture, and both have interesting archeological museums. In the small fishing village of Almyrida near Rethymnon, you can learn about the famed Cretan Diet by taking part in cooking lessons. A mere 3kms to the west of Chania is the protected area of Chrissi Akti, offering easy access to the city with relaxation on a golden beach. For those who like their days to be more demanding, Rethymnon has become something of a centre for cycling.

In the south, in the general absence of roads, water becomes the main form of transport: you can take a boat from Paleochora and catch a glimpse of dolphins off the remote Gavdos islet, or hike the coastal path to ancient Lissos and take the small ferry back. So extraordinary are the colours in the south that painting courses are popular, and certainly no visit to Paleochora or the tiny village of Loutro is complete without a voyage along the craggy, dramatic coast.

A Fly-Drive holiday gives you the freedom to explore the villages and mountains of the interior, where so much of Crete’s history lies hidden. Almost any journey will lead you to exquisite, remote villages, perched not far from the over 200 gorges that slice through the island – from the spectacular like Samaria and Aghia Irini, to the intimate, wild beauty of Katholikou.

Certain places are fundamental to the Cretan identity: the ancient fortress monastery  at Arkadi, for instance, where in 1866 over 800 men, women and children blew themselves up rather than surrender to the Ottomans, and the village of Kandanos, in 1941 razed to the ground and all its inhabitants killed by German paratroopers as a reprisal against partisan resistance.

If you visit earlier in the year, between April and early May, holidays in Crete take on a different aspect. The air is fresher, the heat is less sweltering, and the countryside is carpeted with wild flowers -, gladioli, narcissi, lupins and wild Cretan orchids. The Amari valley is at its most glorious: surrounded by mountains, with numberless rivers and streams, here are apple and cherry trees either in blossom or laden with fruit, alongside gnarled olive groves, with only the gentle sound of tinkling goat bells in the distance. This is an ideal time for those who love hiking, either along the spectacular coastal paths of the south or through the island’s huge variety of gorges.

Whatever the time of year, there are as many ideas for holidays to Crete as there are visitors; each will have the chance to encounter a special moment, a memory to revisit.

Walking and Cultural Holidays to Western Crete

Walking Holidays

Led by Iakovos Triantafillou, an engineer and walker from this part of Crete with an intimate knowledge of the area, and English artist Camille Marquand you will be in very good hands.

Five walks taking in the hills and the valleys around the town of Kissamos and the surrounding area, as well as traditional villages and quiet ancient sites. The countryside here is particularly beautiful in the spring and early summer with an abundance of wild flowers and plants. Each expedition starts at 9 am at the hotel.

During Walking and Painting weeks (departures 22/5, 29/5, 18/9, 02/10)

Five mornings of leisurely paced walks of light to medium difficulty. Walks end between 12.30 and 1 pm back at the hotel. Other than the introductory 90 minute walk to Kissamos, which gives time to see the town and museum here, walks are 2½ to 4hours.

During Walking Only weeks (departures 04/9, 16/10, 23/10)

Five longer walks of medium difficulty lasting approximately 5-6 hours, ending between 2 pm and 3 pm at the hotel. Each walk has regular rest stops. Some walks involve travel on the local bus which is inexpensive and paid locally. Essentials to bring with you are strong walking shoes, small rucksack, swimming costume, sunglasses, sun hat, sun cream. For more details on the walks please enquire.

Accommodation

This holiday is based at the Cormoranos Hotel Apartments featured in our regular holiday programme. Please note there are two important variations to our description.

  • This holiday is on a bed and breakfast basis, so breakfast will be served to your terrace each morning
  • Air Conditioning is not included but is available at a local charge of €7 per day. This is because it takes place outside the hottest times, so AC may not be required.

General Information

All activities are of course optional and take place in the morning and early evening, leaving most afternoons with free time for relaxation. There is one completely free day in the week. See our website for sample itineraries. Entrance fees and bus tickets are payable locally. These holidays may be combined with an additional week in any of our featured resorts and accommodation (all transfers included) - please ask for a costing.

Prices: vary according to departure date but are from £1208 per person sharing twin apartment. Single supplement is c. £125. Please enquire for a firm costing. The price includes Tuesday flights from Gatwick (Manchester price on request), transfers (1 hour), a welcome dinner on the first evening, 7 nights BB accommodation and activities as described. For further details and sample itineraries please see our website.

Painting Holidays

During Walking and Painting weeks (departures 22/5, 29/5, 18/9, 02/10)

Four afternoons of painting workshops for beginners and more advanced artists, sketching with either the medium you have brought with you (e.g. pastels, oils or watercolour) or the medium we provide (pencils, pastels and acrylics). Each workshop starts at 17:30 and ends at 19:00. The painting sessions will take place either at the Studio or out in the landscape; if the group wishes, the sketching workshop can be combined with the walk, instead of the afternoon session, freeing up the evening and giving you the chance to paint interesting aspects of the walk. On Saturdays in the late afternoon we exhibit our paintings and have a party.

During Painting Only weeks (departures19/6, 09/10)

As above but with five painting days plus morning sessions in addition to afternoon or evening. The longer sessions allow the chance to venture further afield for some stunning subject matter. Basic materials are provided, including aboard, pencils, pastels and a wetbox with acrylic colours but artists are encouraged to bring their own mediums and also a collapsible stool if wished, to sit on.

Accommodation

This holiday is based at the Cormoranos Hotel Apartments featured in our regular holiday programme. Please note there are two important variations to our description.

  • This holiday is on a bed and breakfast basis, so breakfast will be served to your terrace each morning
  • Air Conditioning is not included but is available at a local charge of €7 per day. This is because it takes place outside the hottest times, so AC may not be required.

General (all holidays)

All activities are of course optional and take place in the morning and early evening, leaving most afternoons with free time for relaxation. There is one completely free day in the week. See our website for sample itineraries. Entrance fees and bus tickets are payable locally. These holidays may be combined with an additional week in any of our featured resorts and accommodation (all transfers included) - please ask for a costing.

Prices: vary according to departure date but are from £1208 per person sharing twin apartment. Single supplement is c. £125. Please enquire for a firm costing. The price includes Tuesday flights from Gatwick (Manchester price on request), transfers (1 hour), a welcome dinner on the first evening, 7 nights BB accommodation and activities as described. For further details and sample itineraries please see our website.



This one week holiday is intended to give guests a genuine insight into Cretan culture and life through a mix of activities, visits and hands-on demonstrations. The programme includes:

  • Welcome dinner on the first evening
  • Leisurely walking by the sea and inland
  • Learning a little Greek
  • Cooking some Cretan dishes in a village taverna
  • Visit to an olive oil factory
  • Learning about the Mediterranean Dietand Cretan herbs
  • Cretan dancing
  • Full day boat trip to Gramvousa Peninsula and Balos Lagoon (optional swim)
  • Sketching
  • Tour of a local winery with tastings
  • Visits to Kissamos' archaeological museum, the Botanical Gardens of Chaniaand local places of interest

Accommodation

This holiday is based at the Cormoranos Hotel Apartments featured in our regular holiday programme. Please note there are two important variations to our description.

  • This holiday is on a bed and breakfast basis, so breakfast will be served to your terrace each morning
  • Air Conditioning is not included but is available at a local charge of €7 per day. This is because it takes place outside the hottest times, so AC may not be required.

General (all holidays)

All activities are of course optional and take place in the morning and early evening, leaving most afternoons with free time for relaxation. There is one completely free day in the week. See our website for sample itineraries. Entrance fees and bus tickets are payable locally. These holidays may be combined with an additional week in any of our featured resorts and accommodation (all transfers included) - please ask for a costing.

Prices: vary according to departure date but are from £1208 per person sharing twin apartment. Single supplement is c. £125. Please enquire for a firm costing. The price includes Tuesday flights from Gatwick (Manchester price on request), transfers (1 hour), a welcome dinner on the first evening, 7 nights BB accommodation and activities as described. For further details and sample itineraries please see our website.

Recommended Reading

The Landscapes Series
These pocket-sized guides contain walks of all grades, car tours and picnic suggestions. Choose from Landscapes of Western Crete or Eastern Crete.

Sunflower Books Website

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There is so much to see, discover and enjoy here. There is 1020 km of coastline boasting an abundance of beaches, from quiet coves to long expanses of golden sand. Inland there are lofty mountain peaks and lush countryside, dotted with traditional villages and walking trails, and fascinating archaeological sites.

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