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We begin our jeep
safari driving through the route of the vineyards of Crete. We will
cross the villages most famous for their grape varieties and wines. As such we
will come to know many well-known wineries on our way.

Our first stop is
the village of Agios Thomas, a village located at an altitude
of 760 meters, dating back to 1371 AD. Here you will see the Byzantine
churches, ruins of the Byzantine aqueduct as well as tombs from the Roman era.

Heading further
south, we will cross the Messara valley and following a route
through olive groves, we will reach the monastery of Odigitria, one
of the most famous monasteries of Crete dating back to the 14thcentury.
You will be amazed by the beauty of this monastery and you will also have the opportunity
to visit its museum with objects from the daily life of the locals.

Following a
beautiful dirt road we arrive at the entrance of Agiofarango gorge and
start crossing it on foot. Walking effortlessly through this very accessible
gorge you will have the opportunity to get close to the beautiful and
absolutely harmless local wildlife. In just 20 minutes you will find yourself
on an enchanting, fine pebbled beach. It is a paradise on the South of Crete.

After swimming in the crystal clear waters and driving through a beautiful
dirt road we reach Matala, the famous village of southern Crete
where the Hippies lived in the 70s. Here you will have free time to admire the
beauties of the village and visit the famous caves.


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