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These remains are ll around the resort and have limited or no information at the sites. You have to use your imagination to work out what they are. Access is not permitted so views are from behind a chain link fence.
Travelling around Crete you can’t fail to see that it is an island steeped in history from every period from early Neolithic to more recent occupation by invaders Asian and European. So it is that it’s no surprise that the island has it’s Roman phase...More
The Palace ruins site is large and easy to get around. There is lots of information about what different areas looked like, what it was used for etc.
We took the local bus from Heraklion bus station, they leave every 30 minutes and it's the...More
If you walk out of old Hersenossis down hill take the first left turn and keep walking down hill. It will be on the left opposite Pallatia hotel hop over the fence and your in it.
It looks like it was a building plot that...More
We got the local bus from HERAKLION station for only 2.30 euros straight to knossos very easy every 15 mins. The remains are very interesting and there is information everywhere plus lots of shady spots and benches to take a rest. Well worth paying for...More
The Roman were in Crete 67 before J.C. so this ruins are very interesting, to see columns, rest of an Apollo temple, you hear the singing birds between foundations of houses and an entrance hall of a basilika, and you see flowering exotic flowers.
If you are interested in archaeology then this is great, but its a great walk around a beautiful area anyway. Lots of points to take selfies, you could take a guide or like us just read the information signs put there!