The snakes of Crete, leopard snake, Balkan Whip, Dice and Cat snake
By Sophia KlidiAre you a Grecophile at heart, but this year your budget, or just plain bad judgment, has you planning a vacation in...
Owners of local businesses in Gouves talk about the problems of tourism in Crete
Two former US officers who served at the Military Base at Gournes in 1965 visit Crete again in 2005.
The newly-established School for European Education, an institution for children of parents from the European Union, has opened its doors in Heraklion
Sheila, a second generation American Greek is looking for her family roots in Crete and finally finds them in Anogia
Crete Gazette reader survey exposes our pet peeves
Sea, Sun, Sand, Sex and Stomach are the five essential s of Crete
Neo Chorio Animals Shelter in Crete
a chinese cuisine recipe for chicken Chow Mein
the common octopus ( octopus vulgaris ) is not a fish at all, but a mollusk which seems to have lost its shell along the way
Signs of progress at former air base site in Gournes The municipality of Gouves, in which the former U.S. Air base at Gournes is located,...
Interview with Spiros Danelis, the Mayor of Hersonissos Crete
The sea-turtles of the Aquaworld Aquarium in Hersonissos
Christmas in a village in Crete, Christmas traditions in a small village in Crete
Ingrid Magnus, a painter from Norway in Stalis Crete
Shop owners and shop keepers in Hersonissos, who cater to tourism business and who continually observe the laws and regulations, have denounced those other...
Living on Crete which has a large population of foreigners, intercultural marriages and relationships are almost as popular as the practice of lapping up the sun on Crete's many beaches
an interview with Botis thalassinos, the famous painter from Heraklion, Crete. Botis Thalassinos, died on February 2017, at the age of 91
A glance into the old town of Heraklion with its narrow streets and the once lively neighborhoods
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