• Rethymno Prefecture

    Rethymno is a mountainous province in Crete, characterized by a variety of contrasts: Blossoming valleys on one hand and the White Mountains on the other, including endless beaches. The city of Rethymno is the capital of the province and the third largest city in Crete and is perfectly situated in the heart of the island. This is a beautiful harbor city which beautifully combines old with new: Greek taverns and modern restaurants, peace and quiet aside a lively nightlife. Rethymno is a city of 40,000 residents, of whom about 8,000 students on the campus of the University of Crete. The students bring a youthful feeling to the city outside the busiest tourist season. A tour of the old city and the venetian harbor of Rethymno, centered with an impressive fortress, is the main attraction of the city.

    The city and its surroundings are full with attractions, tours and entertainment, along with white-sand beaches with turquoise waters among the most beautiful in Crete. Rethymno is known as the city of festivals and celebrations in Greece: There is always something going on here, starting from the Raki festival and the wine festival through to the Greek food festival. Even out of the tourist season the city is vibrant, the taverns are full of people, and here you can experience the Greek experience at its best. The perfect location of Rethymno district allows easy access to all parts of the island and places it undoubtedly as one of the most attractive districts, especially in Crete and in Greece in general.

  • Rethymno Prefecture

    Rethymno is a mountainous province in Crete, characterized by a variety of contrasts: Blossoming valleys on one hand and the White Mountains on the other, including endless beaches. The city of Rethymno is the capital of the province and the third largest city in Crete and is perfectly situated in the heart of the island. This is a beautiful harbor city which beautifully combines old with new: Greek taverns and modern restaurants, peace and quiet aside a lively nightlife. Rethymno is a city of 40,000 residents, of whom about 8,000 students on the campus of the University of Crete. The students bring a youthful feeling to the city outside the busiest tourist season. A tour of the old city and the venetian harbor of Rethymno, centered with an impressive fortress, is the main attraction of the city.

    The city and its surroundings are full with attractions, tours and entertainment, along with white-sand beaches with turquoise waters among the most beautiful in Crete. Rethymno is known as the city of festivals and celebrations in Greece: There is always something going on here, starting from the Raki festival and the wine festival through to the Greek food festival. Even out of the tourist season the city is vibrant, the taverns are full of people, and here you can experience the Greek experience at its best. The perfect location of Rethymno district allows easy access to all parts of the island and places it undoubtedly as one of the most attractive districts, especially in Crete and in Greece in general.

  • Rethymno Prefecture

    Rethymno is a mountainous province in Crete, characterized by a variety of contrasts: Blossoming valleys on one hand and the White Mountains on the other, including endless beaches. The city of Rethymno is the capital of the province and the third largest city in Crete and is perfectly situated in the heart of the island. This is a beautiful harbor city which beautifully combines old with new: Greek taverns and modern restaurants, peace and quiet aside a lively nightlife. Rethymno is a city of 40,000 residents, of whom about 8,000 students on the campus of the University of Crete. The students bring a youthful feeling to the city outside the busiest tourist season. A tour of the old city and the venetian harbor of Rethymno, centered with an impressive fortress, is the main attraction of the city.

    The city and its surroundings are full with attractions, tours and entertainment, along with white-sand beaches with turquoise waters among the most beautiful in Crete. Rethymno is known as the city of festivals and celebrations in Greece: There is always something going on here, starting from the Raki festival and the wine festival through to the Greek food festival. Even out of the tourist season the city is vibrant, the taverns are full of people, and here you can experience the Greek experience at its best. The perfect location of Rethymno district allows easy access to all parts of the island and places it undoubtedly as one of the most attractive districts, especially in Crete and in Greece in general.