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Spinalonga Private Island Tour, Crete

Spinalonga Private Island Tour, Crete

€155 per person
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  • Language
  • Participants
    Up to 8 of the same company
  • Confirmation
    Within 24 hours
  • Refund
  • Important Info
    -Meeting point at Elounda port-All transfers are condacted by your own personal/rented car-Please use the information in your voucher to arrange the exact meeting point and time -In case you don't have a car, transfer arrangements are on extra charge-For transfer arrangement please use the information in your voucher to contact your curator -Price per group of people includes local taxes, an English speakingarcheologist, a specialized booklet with texts, photos, maps etc. and a light picnic -The price doesn’tinclude guided tours and entrance fees in organized archaeological sites(the organized archaeological site of Spinalonga), personal accident insurance (upon request with an extra cost), drinks, personal expenses and tips, boat fees for Spinalonga -Level of difficulty: Easy-Moderate -A translator can beprovided with an extra charge -The program of an excursion can be altered for various reasons (e.g. alteration of weather conditions). The final decision for the scheduled activities depends on the safety of the whole team and remains at the discretion of the curator

Daily Schedule

-Introduction from a view point: the human-made and natural landscape-Walking tour to the canal of Elounda: tracing the submerged remains of the ancient city “Olous”, passing through the wetland of the former salt pans, visiting the early christian basilica and the medieval church of Analipsi
-Optional tour to Kolokytha peninsula: walking on a roman street, feeling the wild nature, discovering an other part of the ancient city and swimming at the crystal-clear water east of the peninsula
-Walking or driving tour around the island of Spinalonga, from the mainland (or sailing around upon request): observing the strong medieval castle, marking the orthodox churches, talking about the ottoman inhabitants, recognizing the hospital and the dormitories of the 20th century’s exiled lepers


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