Adjacent to the tourist office, this small museum provides a window on traditional life through displays of handicrafts and costumes.
Crete’s most significant Minoan collection (after the Iraklio Archaeological Museum) includes clay coffins, ceramic musical instruments...
The sandy beach at Almyros, about 1km south of town, is the best of the town beaches and tends to be quieter than smallish Ammos or...
This charming period piece has the added bonus of incorporating a bookstore and book exchange. The most coveted tables are on the narrow...
Migomis has scored high marks for years for its inventive cuisine inspired by international themes and ingredients. Guinea fowl with...
Lonely Planet review
This friendly taverna with beamed ceilings and stucco walls is popular with locals wanting traditional home-style Cretan cooking. You can pick from the trays of excellent mayirefta (casseroles and oven-baked dishes) out the back, such as goat with artichokes or lamb fricassee.