One of the best (and least visited) archaeological sites on Crete. While all the poor sods are trodding around Sir Arthur Evans' dusty reconstruction, take a beautiful and illuminating stroll through a well preserved and only mildly reconstructed hilltop palace and city. Can't be beat for the views. Bring a sack lunch and a bottle of wine.
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