The Dictaean Cave was the birthplace of Zeus. Since the time of King Minos, the Cave has been a meeting place for mortals and immortals, an awe-inspiring environment full of primeval geological formations, myths, and traces of the human past.More
Yishharu, the son of an aristocratic family, grew up in the peaceful years of Minoan naval power. His name was immortalized in an Egyptian tablet. He spent his life in the meandering corridors and the splendid rooms of the palace. As we explore Knossos, we will discover the secrets of daily life in Minoan Crete.More
The countryside of Crete is colourful and enchanting. The rocky hills, home to the giant fennel, the peonies, and the Cretan dittany, are also the playground of some unexpected dwellers. If you are lucky, you may catch a glimpse of the fleeting shadow of a griffon or Minoan genii, as you climb one of Crete’s best preserved Minoan trails.More
Our tours take place in the following area: Knossos – Return to the Birthplace of Zeus – Dictaean Cave, where the traveler has the opportunity to exploit our applications: Mino’s Children: Daily life in Knossos, Signs and Wonders: The Minoan Path, The Dictaean Cave: The Birthplace of Zeus.