The island of Crete extends 260 km from east to west, is 60 km at its widest point and narrows to as little as 12 km near Ierapetra. Crete covers an area of 8,336 km2 (3,219 sq mi), with a coastline of 1,046 km facing to the north the Sea of Crete and the Aegean to the south, the Mediterranean Coast of Africa.
Heraklion has the major airport in Crete.The Nikos Kazantzakis international Heraklio airport Crete named after Nikos Kazantzakis a great author who was borned in Heraklio Crete . At Heraklion airport Crete are landed every day a lot of planes and a lot of passenger are coming to Crete and for vacation or for holidays. The town of Iraklio is 5 kilometers away from the airport of Heraklion , therefore it is an ideal place for renting your economy holidays auto and start your tour from Heraklion and around the island to discover and explore the magnificent of Crete with your cheap and safe car hire car rented at Heraklio .
rent a car in Heraklio offers value for money car rental rates for car hire holidays in Crete with discount cars prices for summer holidays and winter holidays at Crete. Book your rental cars services at Okay car rental in Heraklio Crete and your vehicle can be delivered directly to Heraklion airport or Heraklion port at the time of your arrival to Crete.
Alternatively, you can choose to pick up the vehicle from any apartments or at your hotel in Heraklion downtown to make your city tour to Heraklio Crete or move around anywhere in central Crete and visit many Cretan beautiful villages and the gorgeous beaches of the island.
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