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st. I. Polemi 37, 54248
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7, Koundouriotou str., 17122,
N. Smyrni, Athens, Greece
Tel .: +30 (210) 941-97-57
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Crete office

Greece, Heraklion, 71500
Tel .: +30 (281) 810 33 20

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general information

In the foreign real estate market, Crete is one of the leaders not only among the Greek islands, but also in all regions of the country . This is not surprising: being the largest island in Greece, Crete combines all the delights of island life with the main advantages of the “mainland”. The former include the cleanest sea, numerous beaches and a developed tourist infrastructure, among the latter - easy transport accessibility, a large selection of places for recreation and leisure, as well as many historical and cultural sites for every taste.
The island is one of the most popular European resorts, as well as an important cultural and economic center of the country. This is partly due to the extensive coastline and warm climate; however, Crete owes much of its popularity to the civilization that originated here many centuries ago, numerous monuments and evidence of which can be found in different parts of the island.


Weather and climate in the region

Crete is located in the south of Greece and is one of the southernmost points of the country. Therefore, it can be hotter here than in the central part and in the north of Greece, and the summer season starts earlier and lasts longer.
The sun shines in Crete most of the year. In winter, moderate precipitation falls, usually in the form of rain: snow on the island, especially in its coastal regions, is a rare phenomenon. But the summer is usually dry and hot. Humidity largely depends on the distance from the sea.
The tourist season on the island lasts from April to October. At the end of March, the air begins to warm up to comfortable temperatures, and it rains less and less. The sea heats up more slowly, although they begin to swim on the island at the end of April; the water becomes absolutely comfortable for swimming from the middle of May. The end of September and October are considered the velvet season on the island.