Drone footage of the Topolia tunnel

See both sides of the tunnel in this nice footage made by a drone at the Topolia tunnel, the entrance and exit of Inaxorio. The music may be a bit over the top for some of our readers. Like this pageTweet

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Autumn in Inaxorio

Now that it rained it is really autumn here in Inaxorio. We pick pomegranate, chestnut, walnut and collect the last wood for the winter. Like this pageTweet

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Thousands of years old olive tree in Plokamiana

Recently the people of Plokamiana rediscovered an enormous big and old olive tree. They cleaned the area and made a walking path towards this wonder of nature that measures 17,5m at its base . If you are in the neighbourhood it is worth to visit. Like this pageTweet

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The beauty of Inaxorio

Recently the famous Dutch photographer Arthur van der Laan visited Inaxorio and made some gorgeous pictures. Here are some of those. Like this pageTweet

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Beautiful Inaxorio

On a walk with beekeeper Zaxarias this picture was taken in Perivolia. Like this pageTweet

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First time video of bearded vultures feeding

Thanks to Miris from Milia we are now able to show you video of the bearded vultures feeding in Inaxorio. We are organising our selfs to be able to offer tours to this unique event. Like this pageTweet

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One third of Crete is protected nature

Natura sites were at the center of the “Environment and Ecosystems” parade held last Wednesday at the “Giannis and Eleni Garedaki” Printing House, Chania, as part of the 6th Summer School of Environmental Journalism. As the speakers pointed out, 1/3 of the total area of ​​Crete is classified as a protected area of ​​Natura, while

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Cretan diamonds

Inaxorio invites you to find your own local Cretan diamond while walking in the mountains. A better souvenir does not exist. Like this pageTweet

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Sweet water lake in Limni

Visit the small but beautiful lake in Limni surrounded by old platan trees. Like this pageTweet

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The Cretan Hound Dog

Kritikos Ichnilatis is considered to be one of the oldest hunting breeds in Europe, with a history that goes back 4000 years ago. In classical times it was praised as the best hare-hunter known to man and in ancient times they were exported to the Greek colonies and other countries in Europe, reaching as far

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Sit in the shade of a 1.700 year old tree

Come to Platania Taverna and have a traditional Cretan meal in the shade of a majestic platan. Like this pageTweet

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Butterfly season is upon us

Panos just shot this beautiful picture of a local butterfly feeding of a flower. Like this pageTweet

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Feeding with vultures (2)

Jorgos Makrakis regularly feeds the bearded vultures who are unique to Inaxorio and on the list of endangered species of WWF. Spectacular! For the event see here: https://www.inaxorio.com/?event=watch-the-feeding-of-the-bearded-vultures Bearded vultures were once found in almost all mountain ranges of southern Europe and the Alps. Probably no other raptor has made such a deep impression on people,

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Cistus Incanus Creticus

This beautiful mountain flower grows for a long time during spring and has flowers all the time. It is known for its medical application related to the digestion system. Locals have been using this cure for ages. Maybe you can pick some during your walks around Inaxorio. Like this pageTweet

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The Park of Peace

Between Milia and Vlatos you will find the Park of Peace. A gift by the residents of Vlatos in 1978. Like this pageTweet

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Natura 2000, Inaxorio is protected nature

In 2004 the EU declared Inaxorio a protected nature reserve in Natura 2000. Elafonisi: http://www.ecovalue-crete.eu/en/sites/gr4340002 Elos: http://www.ecovalue-crete.eu/en/sites/gr4340004   Like this pageTweet

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