On this map you can find all of the tourist attractions of Crete. This map shows the locations of: all tourist sights, museums, most important religious sites, shopping zones etc. You can zoom in or out the map and discover what is hidden in different areas of the city. This map will help you plan your trip and help you discover what is near your hotel or near your favorite destinations in Crete that you do not want to miss.
Crete is the fifth largest island in the Mediterranean and the largest among the Greek islands. The capital and administrative center is Irákleio or Heraklion located on the north coast. Gradually sloping northern coast consists of natural harbors and coastal plains, where capital cities such as Chania, Rethymnon and Heraklion are located. Sandy and pebble beaches line the coast. Crete has six small rivers, seasonal springs and ponds, one natural lake (Lake Kournás) and several artificial lakes. The Cretan landscape is dominated by a characteristic Mediterranean climate. Palm trees are dotted along the shores, and cedars can be found to the east. A number of plant species and flowers thrive in temperate climates, many of which are indigenous species. Hundreds of migratory bird species visit Crete, and there are several small wild animals. Crete is an extremely diverse island that you will surely enjoy because in addition to beaches and sun, here you can see natural lakes, national parks, caves that have great historical significance, the remains of Minoan culture, which today is the cultural heritage of Crete.
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