Crete (Κρήτη / Kriti, occasionally spelled “Krete” in English) is the largest of the Greek islands and is in the Mediterranean Sea between the Sea of Crete and the Libyan Sea, south of the Peloponnese. Crete is approximately 260 km long and 60 km wide. Crete consists of four prefectures: Chania, Rethimno, Heraklion and Lasithi.
The following cities are inlcuded on the offline Crete mappa map: Heraklion (Iraklion or Candia) — the largest city with the archaeological highlight Knossos; Agios Nikolaos — the capital of Lasithi; Chania (Haniá) — largest city of the western region; Chersonissos (Hersonissos) — blissful harbour town in winter, party capital of Crete in summer; Elounda — a small fishing town on the Elounda Bay with the abandoned Spinalonga Island; Hora Sfakion — tiny capital in the southwest with white houses and the ferry to and from the Samaria Gorge; Ierapetra — the southernmost city of Europe with some nice beaches; Malia — crowded tourist mecca popular mostly with young (especially British) travelers; Rethymno — this interesting town is mostly popular with families.
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