One island ... one thousand destinations ...
Crete is a destination with hundreds of secrets waiting to be discovered.
Whichever way you decide to travel, on your arrival there will be the Triumph Car Hire Representative in Crete, so that you can rent a car.
You can travel to Crete via its two airports in Heraklion and Chania (Iraklio International Airport "Nikos Kazantzakis" and Chania International Airport "Ioannis Daskalogiannis") or through the 6 ports it has.
(Kissamos Port for connection to Kythira and Antikythira, Chania Port to Souda, Port of Rethymno, Port of Heraklion, Port of Agios Nikolaos and Port of Sitia).
Car rental can be arranged by Triumph Car Hire Crete, either from your arrival points or from a hotel you have chosen for your stay in Crete.
Start your tour of the island.
Your starting point can be Heraklion, which has a strategic location for exploring the island, after enjoying a café overlooking the Morosini Fountain (Lions).
Continue, enjoying the sun, the crystal clear beaches, the magnificent mountains, the important archaeological sites, the charming hinterland with the picturesque villages that some of the reasons make Crete one of the most popular travel destinations in Greece.
Take a stop at the renovated Archaeological Museum of Heraklion to get a taste of Minoan artwork from the museum's large collections before heading back to Knossos with your rented car from Triumph Car Hire Crete.
There you may not find the famous Minotaur's maze, but you will surely tour a very remarkable archaeological site that will take you to the thrill of a civilization so unique and enviable to this day.
Drive east with the comfort and safety offered by a Triumph Car Hire Car Hire Crete to Hersonissos.
Hersonissos is a very famous, bustling resort with splendid beaches and exciting nightlife.
Exploring, therefore, on the eastern side of Crete an attitude in the unique Agios Nikolaos is imperative!
The characteristic of the city is the narrow alleys and the beautiful neoclassical buildings are Lake Voulismeni, where, according to ancient myths, Artemis and Athena were bathed.
Agios Nikolaos is a cosmopolitan resort that nevertheless retains its picturesque character.
Dive into Kitroplateia Beach and enjoy a stroll in the port of Agios Nikolaos, overlooking the sea.
After exploring this versatile island to the west, with the rented car from Triumph Car Hire Crete, get to know Rethymnon with the best preserved Renaissance city of the whole country.
The Venetian Port of Rethymno, next to the modern harbor, is one of the most picturesque parts of the Old City with a trademark of the Egyptian Lighthouse.
Walk to the quietly narrow and discover the picturesque corners, architectural treasures, old mansions.
Above the old town, the fortress of Fortezza stands up, with a unique view, which will remain unforgettable.
You will find the usefulness of the rented vehicles of Triumph Car Hire Crete during your wandering on the island.
Do not forget to visit Adelianos Kampos, where the huge sandy beach of the bay of Rethymnon lies in front of it.
The beach is organized, suitable for families as well as for water sports enthusiasts.
Finally, you will find several fenced spots as it is a refuge for Caretta Caretta turtles.
Continue the driving pleasure of the Triumph Car Hire car rental Crete, heading a little further west, towards Chania.
Swim in Elafonissi with the exotic waters and white sand, which is among the best beaches all over the world, in Ballos and Falasarna.
The beaches of Chania are unique and will remain unforgettable.
Meet the city of Chania and start your walk, walking.
The waterfront is the busiest point of the old town, filled with cafes, restaurants, bars, as well as monuments that survive the Ottoman domination and Venetian domination.
The influences and signs of the conquerors are evident in Chania, exuding a romance and an air of a different era to travel to you.
Crete is a hidden treasure, the more time you devote to it, the more secrets you discover.
As Kazantzakis said: "A lightning our life ... but we are ahead."