After July 4, the next holiday package is on July 11, 17 and 18 and so on, with the frequency increasing during August.
This development is certainly very good news for the tourism of the island, which depends especially on western Crete, almost exclusively on the Scandinavian part.
"The opening of the tourist season begins gradually and the demand for Greece is confirmed. The interest is high and it is proven by the moves that our effort takes place, despite the fact that some people were in a hurry to sow panic. But our effort continues. The road map of tourism is in progress and we will soon have more good news ", notes the General Secretary of EOT, Dimitris Fraggakis in Parakritika.gr
For his part, the president of the Chania Hoteliers Association, Manolis Giannoulis, also stressed in Parakritika.gr that "It simply came to our notice then. It is a sign of optimism and I hope that it will draw the rest of the Nordic countries as well. "
Meanwhile, and the TUI of Great Britain opens its flights from July 14, with packages mainly for eastern Crete. There is already a relevant announcement with the available packages on its website.
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