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  • http://www.fco.gov.uk/en/travel-and-living-abroad/travel-advice-by-country/europe/greece

    If you are an E.U citzen you only need a passport valid for your stay. Non E.U citizens must have a passport valid for a period of 3 months after t…
  • No problem. Pleased to be able to help. We met some clubbers who turned up there a few years ago and their local travel agent had described it as "the new Agia Napa". I would hate to think that anyone would have as miserable a holiday as they had.
  • The archaeological museum, military museum, maritime museum, covered market, old town with Venetian architecture, cafe bars, clubs, excellent shopping, live music, and city walls.

    Samaria Gorge is only one of many gorges in the west of …
  • The simple answer is no. Agios Nikolaos is no longer a resort for younger people, and certainly not full of British visitors, as it used to be. Some bars like Sorrento and Aquarius do still keep up the tradition and are still good for a night out. <…
  • Crete has Rethymnon and Chania, both of which fit the bill. Both cities have great restaurants and nightlife. Rethymnon has a long sandy beach to the east of the city and Chania has good beaches to the west of the city.

  • I will be pleased to advise you. PLease PM me on [email protected] or see our website on www.simplycreteholidays.co.uk
  • I will be pleased to advise. Please PM me on [email protected]
  • With respect, Greece and Turkey are both huge countries. You could not possibly even scratch the surface in 8 days. Just the island of Crete would take a week.

    A package is certainly not the way to do it. Perhaps Nasos (above) may be ab…
  • Not really an expert on Cyprus, but I would have thought that buses would be an easy option between two major towns about 40 miles (60km) apart.

    Larnaca - Nicosia - Limassol - Larnaca Airport - Ayia Napa - Protaras
    Tel: 24 643 492…
  • Hi,

    Both Egypt and Greece are large countries. It would take a week (at least) just to see the island of Crete
    properly. Flights are readily available between Athens and Cairo.

    Do you have priorities in terms of thing…
  • http://www.holidaywatchdog.com/38131c1-Altinkum-Club_Aegean-Holiday-Review-Full.html#revtext_119635