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    PORTO’S 2020 GREECE ADVENTURE

    21 DAYS GRAND TOUR OF GREECE

     

     

     

    Excellent adventure !!!

     

    A combination of Religious following St. Paul’s 2nd Trip to Greece, Educational visiting archaeological /Historical sites and Museums,Cultural contacting the locals, traditions and lifestyle Nutritional, tasting healthy Mediterranean traditional specialties and…Most important… non commercialized!!!

     

     

    21 days Classical Greece in private

     

    21 DAYS / 20 NIGHTS

    ATHENS - THESSALONIJI KAVALLA - PHILIPPI - AMPHIPOLIS - PE[[A - VERIA - METEORA - DELPHI - MYCENAE - EPIDAVROS - SPARTA - MYSTRAS - AGIA THEODORA AT VASTA - PYLOS OLYMPIA - ATHENS

    Your connection to the spirit of Greece

    Trip with character and soul…

     

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    George Portokalakis

    0030 2810 317358

    Cell: 0030 6975 735774

    Email: info@portoclub.gr

  • If you are dreaming of an exciting yet once-in-a-lifetime holiday in Greece this twenty one-day escape

    to some of the most amazing Greek locations

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    21 DAYS GRAND TOUR OF GREECE

    A combination of Educational travel visiting archaeological sites Cultural contacting the locals, traditions and lifestyle Nutritional for Vegan/Vegetarian and non, tasting healthy Mediterranean traditional specialties Religious as our itinerary follow St Paul’s 2nd Trip to Greece and…Most important… non commercialized!!!

    A 21 day trip to Greece:

    2 Nights Athens,

    3 Nights Thessaloniki,

    1 Night Veria,

    1 Night Meteora,

    2 Nights Delphi,

    1 Night Olympia,

    1 Night Pylos,

    1 Night Sparta,

    1 Night Nafplion,

    1 Night on board to Heraklion/ Crete,

    3 Nights Crete,

    2 Nights Santorini,

    1 night Athens.

    The itinerary includes world-famous sites, as well as little-known treasures.

    It covers sacred ancient and Christian sites, art and history of the places as well as the culture and nutrition. We believe that the most authentic way to experience and understand the heritage of Greek Culture/ Religion/ Nutrition / History/ Way of life and its People, is in the company of a local scholar, walking through streets which are alive with religion, art and history, immersing in the architecture, learning about the life, traditions, and customs of Greek people, past and present.

    You will sample some of the finest meals as well as fruit and vegetables in the world.

    You will drink selected spirits (ouzo – tsipouro – raki) and wines that will elevate your spirit and help you relax, and relish the excellent traditional cooking in some of the less obvious restaurants that we will point you out.

    We can promise you we will not be part of any tourist trail or the “sheep following” mentality.

    Tour for people who don’t like commercialized tours!

    The tour we offer is unique, unconventional vacation for soft adventurous

    We use very fine hotels always in the best location. Most of the meals are in fine local restaurants. We go to famous places; we visit over 25 museums, archaeological and historical sites during the tour. We also go out of “tourist zones´ places, meeting locals who aren’t trying to sell to you something and just having fun. We will give you our knowledge of Greece, culture and traditions and spend as much time, seeing the new as well as the old! a great trip that combines of Archaeology - Leisure - Lifestyle – Religion – Culture – History - Food

    DATES:

    ON YOUR DATES AND TIME FRAME

    Book now and experience an once-in-a-lifetime holiday in Athens, Macedonia, Mainland, Peloponnese, Crete and Santorini.

     

    Contact / details / info / bookings : Mr. Giorgos Portokalakis info@portoclub.gr

  • Pricing

    GROUP TOUR:  $4.898,00 (For One Person, Double Occupancy based on minimum 10 pay people)

    Single use: + $1.184, 00

     

    PRIVATE TOUR:  $8.240,00 (For One Person, Double Occupancy based on 2 - 4 people)

    PRIVATE TOUR:  $5.620,00 (For One Person, Double Occupancy based on 5 - 7 people)

    Single use: + $1.184, 00

     

     

     

    Included in the price

    Chartered A/C bus for the group or vehicle for the private option with English speaking driver for all drives in Greece and Crete

    Fuel and road taxes

    2 nights Accommodation at Athens at A Class**** / double occupancy

    Athens city tour. tour guide on site and entrance fees are extra

    3 nights Accommodation at Thessaloniki at A Class **** / double occupancy

    Thessaloniki walking day tour

    Kavala / Philippi full day tour. tour guide on site and entrance fees are extra

    Pela Museum and archaeological site full day tour. tour guide on site and entrance fees are extra

    A visit to Vergina and the Altar of Apostle Paul at Veria. tour guide on site and entrance fees are extra

    1 night Accommodation at Veria at A Class**** / double occupancy

    1 night Accommodation at Kalambaka / Meteora at A Class**** / double occupancy

    A visit to the monasteries

    2 nights Accommodation at Delphi at A Class**** / double occupancy

    A cooking class at Delphi

    A visit to local winery and tasting of wine

    A visit to the Museum and archaeological site! tour guide on site and entrance fees are extra

    1 night Accommodation at Olympia at A Class**** / double occupancy

    A visit to the Museum and archaeological site! tour guide on site and entrance fees are extra

    1 night Accommodation at Pylos at fine 3 star**** / double occupancy

    A visit to the miracle of Nature or God / phaenomenon at Agia Theodora at Vasta

    1 night Accommodation at Sparta at A Class**** / double occupancy

    A visit to the Byzantine city of Mystras – entrance fees are extra

    1 night Accommodation at Nafplion at fine 3 star**** / double occupancy

    A visit to archaeological sites of Mycenae, and Epidavros! tour guide on site and entrance fees are extra

    1 night Ferry tickets and accommodation on board for the night ferry trip to Crete at double AB2 cabin (double inside cabin with shower + WC)

    CRETE: Transportation port / hotel by arrival and hotel / port by departure

    3 nights Accommodation at A**** at the city of Heraklion double occupancy for 3 nights

    A visit to archaeological sites of Gortys, Phaestos and Knossos (guiding/entrance fees are extra)

    A visit to the women’s co-operative work shop of Marathos

    A gastronomic walking tour of Heraklion

    A walking tour of Chania

    A walking tour of Rethymnon

    A visit to local bee-keeping honey producers and tasting of produce

    A visit to local winery and tasting of wine

    2 nights Accommodation at Santorini at A Class**** / double occupancy

    1 night Accommodation at Athens at A Class**** / double occupancy

    All transport to and from the excursions

    Breakfast each morning

    Dinner on days 1-17 and day 20

    Lunch on days 2-17

    Dinner on board on day 14

    Dinner accompanied by bottled table water every 2 persons , and bottle of local wine every 4 persons

    Ferry tickets PIRAEUS / CHANIA – CRETE and accommodation on board at AB2 Cabin (double inside cabin with shower and WC for the private and AB4 cabin(4berth inside cabins) for the student group)

    Boat tickets HERAKLION / SANTORINI (high speed boat - economy class) and SANTORINI / PIRAEUS (high speed boat economy class)

    Chartered BUS for the group tour or vehicle for the private tour with English speaking driver for all the transportations to the daIly tours and cultural drives in Greece, Crete and Santorini for 19 days

    Drivers accommodation and meals

    Daily service starting 8.AM to 10 PM including Saturdays / Sundays

    INFO materian / maps / books etc

     

    Prices are based on two sharing a double room. a single supplement applies for those traveling solo

  • ITINERARY

    Day 1: Athens
    Arrival. Reception at the airport. Transportation and check into our hotel. You will have the remainder of the day free to relax or take a stroll along the streets of Athens to enjoy the flavour of the city.

    Accommodation Athens. (Dinner)

    Day 2: Athens

    Athens city tour including Acropolis – Parthenon and the archaeological museum of Athens

    At last we're ready for the fabulous buildings on the high citadel of Athens, the Arcopolis.

    We pass under the entrance gate (called the Propylaia) on our way to the Parthenon (Athena's temple) and the mysterious Erechtheum. We also visit Greece's premier museum: the National Museum. Accommodation Athens (Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner)

    Day 3: Arrival Thessalonica
    Direction north to Thessalonica. On our way break / visit Thermopylae. Early evening arrival at Thessalonica. Dinner at the hotel. Accommodation Thessalonica. (Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner)

    Day 4: Thessalonica

    Morning visit the museum, which has extensive Macedonian and Hellenistic collections, and gets to know Thessaloniki,Thessaloniki is Greece’s second largest city and the capital of Macedonia (also voted “Best Mid-Sized European city for human capital and lifestyle” by Financial Times in 2014). It offers a rich cultural and historical heritage as well as a cosmopolitan café life. We will visit some of the splendid churches as well including the Byzantine church of St. Dimitrios. Naturally, there’s also time to enjoy the shopping and cafés downtown. What do you get when you combine Greek coffee, pastries and breads, sweets, Meze, and ouzo? The best introductions into Greek cuisine and culture, all on this tasty Thessaloniki tour. We taste koulouri and bougatsa While koulouri is a fairly plain (but nonetheless delicious!), Bougatsa can be filled with almost anything – cream, spinach, cheese, mince and much more. With both breads having a history that dates back to the Byzantine A tour of the Modiano Market with charming paved alleys, hundreds of people and fresh vegetables, fruits, fish, meat, spices, dairy, homemade products, and many local specialties filling the stalls and “Meze” lunch at Modiano. The tour could not end without a visit to one of the city’s oldest confectioneries for a sample of siropiasta. These syrupy sweets are still made from the original recipes that Greek refugees brought with them during the1920s from Istanbul and Asia Minor, the perfect Thessaloniki food to finish off this tour (and aid your digestion!). Evening dinner will be on to Athonos Square, and be amazed by beautiful scenery that compliments the numerous old-world ouzeris and small taverns. Visit one of the best ouzeris in the city and taste meze accompanied with ouzo or tsipouro - some flavours you won't be forgetting in a hurry, that's for sure! Accommodation Thessalonica. (Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner)

    Day 5: Philippi/Kavala

    Ninety miles from Thessaloniki are the extensive ruins of the city of Philippi, which Paul visited in A.D. 50. It was one of the leading cities of Macedonia. Among the ruins is a most impressive Roman theatre. Kavala is Greece's prettiest mainland port with a most elegant harbour. Paul landed here with his disciples, Timothy and Silas. Luke, the Evangelist, also came here from Troas. This ancient city of Neapolis was later renamed Chiristoupoli because it was the first European city to accept Christianity. Imagine walking on the same sod as these men of the Bible! We will see the Roman Aqueduct and the ruins of the Acropolis in this beautifully located city, known since the 5th century as Kavala.

    Continue on to Philippi where Paul preached his first evangelical sermon and baptized the first Christians on European soil.We will view the baptismal site where Lydia surrendered her life to Christ and visit a crypt dating from the Roman period that is thought to have served as a prison for Paul. See the famous Acropolis, the Market Place, Basilica, and the Theatre.. We return to Thessalonica for the night. Accommodation Thessalonica. (Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner)

    Day 6: Pela / Vergina / Veria

    the ancient site of Pela [Alexander’s capital] and its famous mosaics.Today we will head to one of the most historic places in Greece and the old capital of the ancient Macedonia state the ancient site of Pela [Alexander’s capital] and its famous mosaics.. The ancient capital of the Macedonian empire, this has been a wine producing region since antiquity. Archaeological finds have depicted Dionysus the Greek god of wine. Go on direction Veria to view the Bema surrounded by newly placed mosaics of Paul and the plaque of scripture regarding he "more noble" church. We also visit King Phillips tomb in Vergina. Some of the most important remains are the palace, lavishly decorated with mosaics and painted stuccoes, and the burial ground with more than 300 tumuli, some of which date from the 11th century B.C. The tomb of the Macedonian King Philip, father of Alexander the Great is recognised as a Monument of World Heritage by UNESCO. Philip's tomb complete with its unique valuables are kept in a specially designed museum. The first and the second capital of Macedonia Vergina and Pella give to the visitors the whole history of Macedonia with the spectacular findings of the royal graves in the outstanding museum of Vergina and the brand new museum of Pella. The archaeological sites are 2 of the most interesting in Greece.

    Vergina has the tomb of Philip plus an important museum.Staying in Beroea (Veria), which had an important early Christian community and visit the Altar Apostle Paul teaches. Accommodation Veria (Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner)

    Day 7: Veria / Meteora - Kalambaka

    After breakfast sets us up for the drive to Meteora. Meteora is a must-see on any trip to Greece.

    Here are some of the most ancient, active monasteries on all of Greece, and they are perched miraculously atop the mountains along the Pinios river. Meteora where we step and see the world famous Byzantine monasteries that is perched precariously on summits of grey rock pinnacles of varied and beautiful shapes. Their history goes back to the 14th century when the monks sought refuge in the Cliffside caves then fled higher to build the original wooden shelters, later transformed into monasteries. Meteora where the fantastic and breathtaking Byzantine monasteries are perched on top of huge grey and reddish pillars. Monks seeking isolation and spiritual salvation first built those monasteries in the 14th century. They are veritable Byzantine museums exhibiting superb icons, old manuscripts and unique mosaics and frescoes. Accommodation Kalambaka (Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner)

    Day 8: Meteora / Delphi

    Visit Meteora among striking scenery, perched on the top of huge rocks which seem to be suspended in mid-air, stand ageless Monasteries, where you can see exquisite specimens of Byzantine art. Depart from Kalambaka direction Delphi. Arrival Delphi early afternoon. The Greek kitchen cooking class at Delphi. Accommodation Delphi. (Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner)

    Day 9: Delphi / Cooking class / Wine tasting

    Delphi-the ancient sanctuary of Apollo. We will gain a greater understanding of the Greek religious heritage and their influence on the early Christian church. We visit the museum where we will marvel at the site of the Charioteer, a bronze statue so delicate we will see his eyelashes. We will see the Temple of Apollo and the Castalia Springs. Ending the visit of the museum and the site we go back to the Greek kitchen for the cooking class at Delphi. Lunch and later on drive the mountain of Parnassus to the village of Polydroso where we visit the winery Argyriou – one of the best small wineries in Greece -. Wine tasting and later in the afternoon back to Delphi. Dinner at the hotel. Accommodation Delphi.(Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner)

    Day 10: Delphi / Ancient Olympia

    We leave Delphi and through Galaxidi / Nafpaktos / Antirion – Rio we pass to Peloponese and ancient Olympia. Olympia is situated in a fertile valley full of splendour surrounded by hills and light green forests. The incense and the holy atmosphere of the surroundings along with the classical architecture of the ancient buildings make this place unique in the world. Accommodation Olympia (Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner)

    Day 11: Olympia / Pylos

    From Olympia, drive 2 hours and reach Pylos, a Mycenaean capital and palace, the traditional home of Nestor (from Homer's Odyssey), located near the modern city of Pylos. A visit to the old Navarino castle, and you will enjoy the wonderful panorama that unfolds in front of you, the view from Palaikastro hill is unique in all directions. Dinner at local restaurant with variety of local specialities. Accommodation Pylos. (Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner)

    Day 12: Pylos / Agia Theodora at Vasta / Sparta
    From Pylos, drive 2 hours and reach the little church of Agia Ttheodora at Vvasta. Why to visit this little church? In the green-clad gully, near Vasta village, there certainly has been a miracle.
    Whether it is created by God or nature we are unable to tell. On the roof of the small church of Saint Theodora seventeen bigger and smaller trees (holm-oaks, maples and other) have grown in an impressive way embracing and supporting the temple. Their roots are invisible both on the outside and in the inside of the church. Perhaps they run through the stone-built walls and constitute a miracle of nature, perhaps, a devine hand has woven and maintained their clustering. . Lunch at the near restaurant with variety of local specialties. After lunch drive direction Sparta where we accommodate. Accommodation Sparta (Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner)

    Sparta: the pride, simplicity, duty, courage, strength of the Spartan led to the legendary Thermopiles, the most heroic battle of all seasons. Native soil of the brave Sparta has fought against many invaders and is considered the cornerstone of resistance throughout the centuries.

    Day 13: Byzantine city of Mystras/Sparta / Nafplio

    Mystras: The one time capital of Byzantium, the medieval town of Mystras is mounted on Taigetos' slope. It is protected by an impregnable fortress (the Kastro), which was built in 1249 by the Frankish prince Guillaume de Villehardouin.
    Morning, Mystras, the Byzantine acropolis, the monasteries of Lakonia the bare and wild slopes of Mani,and Sparta, Lunch at a near local restaurant and a one and a half hours drive north direction Nafplion. Accommodation Nafplion (Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner)

    Day 14: Mycenae/Epidavros/Corinth / night ferry trip to Crete
    After breakfast we drive 20 minutes to Mycenae to visit the archaeological site and the museum.. The Mycenaean civilization flourished during the period roughly between 1600 BC, when Helladic culture in mainland Greece was transformed under influences from Minoan Crete, and 1100 BC, when it perished with the collapse of Bronze-Age civilization in the eastern Mediterranean. Continue 1 hour to Epidaurus to visit of the archaeological site and the 2,300 year old Theatre of Epidaurus, famous for its acoustics. Keep driving direction Athens via Corinth. Corinth is the city that inspired many of Paul's most familiar letters. See the Archaeological Museum, the Market Place, the Bema, and the Temples. To stand in the midst of the ruins of the church of Corinth and see the pillars, steps, and public worship place where Paul preached will enhance your understanding and love of I & II Corinthians. The ruins of this important cultural centre are fascinating as we walk along the stone path that the Apostle Paul walked. The engineering skill and intellect of these people are evident in the water systems that still flow from ancient to modern day. Continue our journey direction Athens and the port of Piraeus to take the night ferry for Chania - Crete. Accommodation on board (Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner)

     

    Day 15: Crete / Chania / Rethymnon / Heraklion

    Arrival Souda - the port of Chania. A scenic city that combines the strong traditional colour of living history with the virtues of a modern city. The traces of all the cultures and nations dominated and ruled the city in the pass are more than evident as the city is a living museum where architectural styles and cultural attitudes have been harmonically blended together. Ddrive to the city. Arrival Chania. Join a visit the town market of Chania dating back to the 1900’s is a cross-shaped gallery that houses over 65 food stores, presenting fresh fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy products, breads, legumes and anything else you may want such as cafés, restaurants and shopping and walk the old city of Chania for 2 hours.. Ending the tour a slow drive to the Waters of Argyroupolis where lunch will be served with a variety of Cretan vegetable and cheese specialties and an abundance of grilled meats.. Keep driving direction Rethymnon. Rethymnon where every street will take you on a journey through history. Venetian and Turkish buildings have become small restaurants, cafés and shops. Your walk down the narrow streets will take you to small tourists’ shops and coffee houses where you can mingle with locals we take 2 hours walking tour of the city. 1 hour drive to Heraklion where we accommodate. Accommodation Heraklion. (Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner)

    Day 16: Crete /Knossos / Archaeological museum / Heraklion

    Today we visit the palace of Knossos. When visiting the island of Crete someone must see the ancient palace of Knossos, built 3.500 years ago. Combination of archaeological discoveries and food tasting: The day start at 9.30 am and drive to the near village of Sivas where we visit one of the best small family wineries providing organic wines. Spend some time there tasting a variety of wines. Keep driving direction the palace of Knossos. Start at 11.30 AM. Visit takes 1 ½ hour. After the palace we drive back to the city and will walk the streets of the city and meet nutritional wanderings elevating the palate to heaven!! Will explore unique tastes on this walking tour of Heraklion. Walk the central market and stop for an OUZO (anise) with MEZE (small bites accompanies the spirit) at one of the traditional Mezedopolion of the street. After lunch drive North West to a place 20 km far from the city of Heraklion; Beautiful virgin nature is perfect pasture for bees. Old traditional bee-keeping methods ensure ecological, clean and free from any additives honey and other bee products. First honey of the season is collected from spring thyme blossoms this golden yellow honey is perfect source of nature’s ingredients. We do a short hike and reach the place the bees located. Later walk down a small local café / restaurant run by the owners since 1949. The owners (two brothers) have been beekeepers since all their lifetime taking the business from their father, therefore, we taste honeycombs straight from the beehive and learn everything about bees and beekeeping as well as having a kind of pancakes we call them –tiganites – deep in honey and small cheese pies with honey in company with the Cretan snap – Raki -.You will definitely feel the positive effect to your body and soul. A visit to a women cooperative work shop at the near village of Marathos where they make the very special – unique art pastry small and bigger round breads – we call them XOMPLIASTO KOULOURI – and drive back to Heraklion. Back our hotel afternoon. Dinner at the hotel. (Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner)

    Day 17: Crete / Gortys / Phaestos

    Today we will visit Gortys, the ruined capital city of the Roman province including an impressive theatre, the Basilica of St. Titus the eponymous saint converted the island to Christianity and was the first bishop, the Odeon and the Law code. Ending the visit drive west and the palace of Phaestos the second most significant archaeological site of the Minoan civilization Phaestos is located at the southern region of the prefecture of Heraklion in the valley of Messaras. The site of the ancient city is very impressive and the palace compound, although not as extensively restored as the compound of Knossos, offers a detailed insight of the everyday life of such a historically remote period. According to mythology the king of Phaestos was Radamanthes brother of king Minos of Knossos, and superior judge of the underworld. Stop off in the fishing village of Kokkinos Pyrgos for lunch and enjoy local specialties – or freshly caught seafood at the sea front restaurant of Kokkinos Pyrgos. Bback to Heraklion and rest of the day free for shopping. Accommodation Heraklion. Dinner at the hotel. (Breakfast - Lunch - Dinner)

    Day 18: Crete / Santorini

    Santorini : The volcanic environment combined by the most beautiful Sunsets in the world , makes Santorini the Unique island. The now dormant volcano is harmless but its forces have helped the creation of a breath taking view. The black sandy beaches and the deep blue of her seas an extra attraction. But next to the evidence of the volcanic forces , peacefulness and tranquillity are the main characteristiques of this extraordinary island. Breakfast and transportation to the port for the boat trip to Santorini. Arrival Santorini. Reception at the port and transportation to the hotel. Half a day tour of the island. Accommodation Santorini. (Breakfast)

    Day 19: Santorini

    Morning: After breakfast a visit to the volcano Afternoon island at your disposal. Accommodation Santorini. (Breakfast)

    Day 20: Santorini / Athens

    Morning island at your disposal. Early noon transportation to the port. Embarkation and ferry trip to Piraeus. Arrival early afternoon. Reception at the port. Transportation to the hotel. Dinner at the hotel. Accommodation Athens (Breakfast - Dinner)

    Day 21: Athens / Flying back home

    Transportation hotel / airport. Flying back home (Breakfast)

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    George, Thank you for sharing your immense knowledge and making this trip so enjoyable and memorable. Thanks again, Alice Sept. 17. 2016

     

    George Thank you is not enough to tell you how much I appreciate you and your frienship. Youa re one of the biggest reasons I love Greece so much. Best to you and your family and your health. Sandra Sept. 17, 2016

     

    George, I am grateful t have met you and to have shared this special journey with you! Thank you for everything you did to make this trip to Greece unforgettable. I learned so much about the beauty of Greece, its people and the most delicious food in the wold! Kind regards Donna. Sept 17, 2016

     

    From: paul.kat
    Sent: Friday, August 05, 2016 9:10 PM
    To: Giorgos Portokalakis
    Subject: RE: Greece trip

    Hi George,

    I just want to give you some comments.

    Santorini:

    Athina Suites was absolutely great. The hotel was clean and beautiful. The people so very friendly and accommodating. I would highly recommend the hotel, and would stay there again when we were to return.

    Naxos

    Naxos Island hotel Very nice location, great people and really enjoyed talking with them and staying there. Would recommend the hotel.

    We talk about our trip often. We absolutely loved it all. So thank you again for helping us with such memory filled trip.

    Best regards,
    Paul Kat

     

    From: Klaus
    Sent: Thursday, August 04, 2016 4:32 PM
    To: Giorgos Portokalakis
    Subject: THANK you!

    Giorgos,

    It took us two days to get home but finally we are home. You are a great teacher, chef, tour guide and philosopher…..but above all a Cretan! We are telling all our friend about your wonderful talents and friendship.

    I will send a couple of images later. I will see you again.

    Klaus and LeeAnn

    Who we are: Host George

    Experience and Expertise

    Porto Club travel services started in 1987 and my self, George Portokalakis -native Cretan- involved in travel industry since 44 years have born and been living in Crete all my life and wanted to share what I know of Greece and Cretan culture and lifestyle with others! My guests!

    It took me 44 years (and still searching) of work, research, friendships to provide the areas that are authentic and unique to my guests.

     

    I haven’t only study the subjects but have created strong relationships on each area, town or village and know first hand about the people the culture, along with any festival or event and when it takes place.

     

    What I really enjoy is when my guests finish their vacation they tell "It was one of the best holidays we ever had and thank you so much". "I will surely recommend your services to others".

     

    Thank you

    George (Giorgos) Portokalakis

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