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Ierepetra Marina, Crete Island, Greece
Ierapetra Marina is a medium size port located in the city with the same name with immediate access to the Libyan Sea. Its location is perfect, allowing you access to the coastline and incredible sightseeing possibilities. The Waterfall of Milona is a truly unique natural landmark that will amaze even the most sceptical of tourists. The large square of Ierepetra is the host of the Turkish Mosque. This landmark is snuggled within the little city providing a fantastic sightseeing opportunity. Are you interested in traditional Greek cuisine? Then we suggest visiting the countless restaurants in the area. Taverna Katerina, Taverna koyros, Thalassa and Psaropoula are always willing to prove they serve the best Souvlaki in Greece. Ierepetra is packed with hotels and holiday homes that will transform your stay here into one that you will not forget. Hotel Porto Belissario, Hotel Ostria Beach, Hotel El Greco Ierapetra and Cretan Villa Hotel will pamper you with seaside views and gorgeous pools.
Facilities of Ierepetra Marina
Service Station for ships
Cancellation Policy of Ierepetra Marina : restrictive
The Restrictive Policy doesn't allow any refund.
Attractions in Crete Island
Crete is the largest island of Greece, placed in the southern side of the Aegean Sea and the fifth-biggest island in the Mediterranean Sea. A standout amongst the most famous destinations of the nation, as per its rich culture, holidays in Crete are the fantasy of a lifetime for a great many sightseers. However, despite its blossoming tourism, the island was fruitful in keeping its unique charm intact. Its great history has left obvious marks on the Greek island: Minoan palaces, Venetian towns, Medieval Castles, Ottoman mosques and Byzantine religious communities being the most important landmarks. But by far its most distinguishing trait are the beaches, alluring to sightseers around the world.
Crete was once deemed the cradle of the Minoan civilization (circa 2700–1420 BC), which is currently regarded as the earliest recorded civilization in Europe. In Ancient Greek, the name Crete (Κρήτη) first appears in Homer's Odyssey. There is a lar... more info
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