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The villa at Agia Triada adds some additional insight on the ancient civilisation. However, there is no WC, taverna, any explanation. You have to continue on the road from the palace to get here. The other way to get in might be flooded and really...More
An interesting place to visit but 2 things were missing. (1) any interpretation of what we were visiting (2) a sanitary toilet. The toilet was disgusting, unusable. From a cultural visit point of view I am glad I came here. I am grateful to Rough...More
Very peaceful place with minimal visitors making a pleasant change from other Cretan tourist sites
We had a very informative Blue Guide of Crete with us, bringing the place alive with its description of each area, most helpful
I wouldn't know how it is, because we only made to the entrance.
We have just gotten out of 8+8€ from Faistos. We saw another archaeological sign, just 3km away, and we said why not?
Well, because they wanted 4+4€ more! As a Greek, that...More
A great pair with Phaistos and a really atmospheric site. Small but diverse with lots of features you can see and touch- unlike knossos etc. W ehad the place to ourselves for the first hour and a half. Don;t miss the tiny chapel on site...More
This is a small site containing the ruins of a Minoan settlement. Definitely things of interest to see here, pots, tiled floors, water channels (and the little church on the hill is very nice) but as there are very few information boards I would suggest...More
Agia Triada is not as grand as some of the other Minoan sites, but it is beautiful and calm and a welcome break from the sites deluged in bus loads of tourists. We were the only people there at 9:30 in the morning and it...More
I visited Agia Triada with my 17 year-old daughter today, and we spent about 2.5 hours exploring the site. Luckily, we had bought the guidebook at Phaistos which also covers this site, otherwise we would have not have had a clue, as there are no...More