The Santorini to Crete ferry time is approximately 2 hr with a high-speed vessel and around 6 hr with a conventional ferry.
How far is Crete from Santorini by plane?
Santorini (JTR) to Heraklion (HER) flights. The flight time between Santorini (JTR) and Heraklion (HER) is around 4h 7m and covers a distance of around 122 km.
How much is a ferry ticket from Santorini to Crete?
Between 25.00 and 87.70 euros
How can I travel to Crete without a car?
Crete is easy to explore by bus – they are reliable, cheap, comfortable and have aircon in most cases. The main north coast towns of Chania, Rethymno, Iraklion and Agios Nikolaos all have bus stations where you can then access many rural areas of the island.
What is the best time of year to visit Santorini Greece?
Santorini has a mediterranean climate with hot dry summers and mild winters. If you enjoy hot perfect sunny days the best time to visit Santorini is between June and September. The hottest month of the year is August with an average daily maximum of 30 C and an average low of 24 C.
Can you flush toilet paper in Greece Hotels?
One of the commonest questions first-time visitors to Greece ask is “is it true that you can't flush paper down the toilet?” Unfortunately, in the vast majority of accommodations, cafes, bars, shops and restaurants, the answer is “yes, it is true!”
How do you say hello in Crete?
Hello – Yassou (Yah-Soo) – This can also be shortened to 'ya' in an informal setting, but in a more formal setting say 'Yassas' such as when addressing a stranger or an older person.
Do you need bug spray in Greece?
Serious mosquito-borne illness is rare in Greece, but take some insect repellant for your comfort. There are scorpions throughout Greece, including Athens. The greatest danger is from accidentally turning over a rock and stepping on one, but they also come inside buildings.
What painkillers can I take to Greece?
30mg Codeine Phosphate with 500mg Paracetamol is best compromise I can find in Greece. Only with doctors prescription. So one has to like or tolerate paracetamol.
Are mosquitoes a problem in Crete?
Mosquitoes are found all over Crete, especially during the period from April to October – the main tourist season. This time is the 'Kounoupi' sky for mosquitoes. Especially in wind still, after a spring with lots of rain and mild winters, there are many mosquitoes.
Can I bring my medication to Greece?
Travelling with your medicines Always carry medicines and medical equipment (needles, syringes and so on) in their original, correctly labelled packages. Carry your medicine in your hand luggage (although check your airline's regulations before travelling) with a copy of your prescription.
What prescription drugs are not allowed in Greece?
Codeine is one of the most commonly banned substances, as it contains opiates, also found in heroin. It's illegal in both Greece and Hong Kong. Tramadol is another commonly banned substance.
Do medications have to be in their bottles when flying?
TSA does not require passengers to have medications in prescription bottles, but states have individual laws regarding the labeling of prescription medication with which passengers need to comply.
Can I bring Xanax to Greece?
Yes you can. Make sure it's in its original packaging but the chance of anyone wanting to inspect it is close to zero.
Can I get diazepam in Greece?
Diazepam, Tramadol, codeine and a number of other commonly prescribed medicines are 'controlled drugs' so you should always check what the requirements are for taking them into the country you wish to visit, as failing to comply may result in arrest, a fine or imprisonment in many countries, including Greece and the
Can I buy prescription drugs in Greece?
The Greek Ministry of Health recently changed the rules, and you now need a prescription for antibiotics like any other medicine. The prescription should be electronic and will state the name of the drug as well as the dosage for the specific illness.
Do you have to declare prescription drugs at customs?
If your medications or devices are not in their original containers, you must have a copy of your prescription with you or a letter from your doctor. A valid prescription or doctors note is required on all medication entering the United States.