Map of Crete

Discover our Map of Crete island, in Greece but also maps of many areas of the island: Crete is the largest and one of the most famous islands in Greece. A unique pole of attraction for thousands of visitors every year, Crete island is known from antiquity as the center of the Minoan civilization and many other civilizations that flourished in its ancient grounds. Its astonishing beauty which combines the idyllic mountain landscapes and exotic beaches, the important archaeological sites, traditional villages, major tourist resorts and above all the Cretan hopitality make Crete an ideal destination not only for the summer holidays but for the years to come.

The four prefectures that you can see on the map of Crete are Rethymno, Chania, Lassithi and Heraklion, all characterized for their unique natural beauty, major historical interest and folklore tradition. Venetian traces and well-preserved buildings are found in all the four islands of Crete which share a similar remarkable history. The endless coasts and gorges provide excellent activities for the more daring types as well as locations for total relaxation.

This section proposes a Crete map with all the major locations of the island. You can also get informed about Geography of Crete.

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02-09-2014  Lipsi:  Lamp in the dome of a church on Lipsi
02-09-2014  Lipsi: It was a long time in church ...;-)
02-09-2014  Lipsi: One of the many little chapels on Lipsi
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20-09-2014  Kalymnos: The enormous cross nearby the Monastery Agios Savvas with view on Pothia (look at the person to see how big the cross is)
20-09-2014  Kalymnos: Nearby the Monastery Agios Savvas