The Minoan civilization in Crete is the oldest in Europe
The gods chose one of the 3320 caves of Crete to be Zeus’ place of birth.
The king of the Gods of Mount Olympus brought to Crete Europe, stolen by him.
Arthur Evans called the civilization, found on the island, after Minos—the son of Zeus and Europe.
A copy of the throne of Cretan Minos stands in The Hague, in the building of the International Court of Justice as a symbol of fair power.
The myth of the terrible Minotaur, who was devouring young men and women in the Cretan Labyrinth built by Daedalus, is a reflection of a bull cult.
On a thrice-plowed Cretan field, the goddess of fertility Demeter was combined with love bonds with Iasion; and from this union was born Plutos. His name means wealth.
Many scientists consider Crete and Santorini to be fragments of sunken Atlantis.
Heraklion, the capital of the island, is named after the Curete Heracles, the mythical demigod; and the city has streets named after Daedalus, Minotaur, and Chimera.
The Cretan village of Armeni was settled first back in 961 by Armenians served in the army of Nikoforos Fokas, who liberated Crete from the Arabs.
Сrete’s fresh water is recognized as the best in Europe, and its olive oil is recognized as the best in the world.
There is the ideal humidity for the human body in Crete, and the average life expectancy is 79 years there.
Crete has 300 sunny days a year and a wonderfully clear sea.
In Crete, your head is spinning not only from clean air, natural beauties and wine but also from the smell of mountain herbs: there are no industrial enterprises in a radius of 250 miles.
In Crete there are the most loyal conditions for obtaining a “golden visa”.
It is tasty, easy, free and comfortable here!