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Heraklion Crete Airport Taxi to Agia Pelagia
 
CRETE TAXI - TAXI TRANSFER FROM HERAKLION AIPORT TO AGIA PELAGIA
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Crete Airport Private Transfer to Agia Pelagia
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Crete Taxi Transfer BOOK A TAXI
TO AGIA PELAGIA
Heraklion Taxi Transfer
to Agia Pelagia
One Way 34€ - Round Trip 66
     
Heraklion Mini Van Tranfer Reservation BOOK A MINI VAN
TO AGIA PELAGIA
Heraklion Mini Van Transfer
to Agia Pelagia
One Way 60€ - Round Trip 115
     
Heraklion Mini Bus Tranfer Reservation BOOK A MINI BUS
TO AGIA PELAGIA
Heraklion Mini Bus Transfer
to Agia Pelagia
One Way 90€ - Round Trip 170
     

Heraklion taxi provides private transfers from Heraklion airport to Agia Pelagia.

Agia Pelagia is a cosy small village on the north coast of Crete, breathing the atmosphere of authentic Greece, even though it is only 22 km from the capital Heraklion. The region is full of natural beauty and due to its geographic position it played an important role throughout history. Where Agia Pelagia is now, there used to be an ancient Greek city, it has been inhabited since around 2000 BC as most findings date back to 1700 BC and 1300 BC when the inhabitants had dealings with Faistos, Knossos and the Cyclades. The ancient town was destroyed by fire in 1200 BC. Sir Arthur Evans mentioned that they were the best salvaged remains of a Minoan harbour. Many of the ceramics collected there, are now found in the museum of Ashmolen in Oxford. The most notable remains found in the wide area: large water containers (for the supply ships), the Roman Aquaduct, engraved tombes etc.

Subsequent excavations were begun in 1979 by St. Alexiou and the area is considered to be the ancient town of Apollonia, an important town during the Hellenistic period (350 BC). The "Pritanio" government building- the city parliament and university, a special construction decorated with red and yellow bands of colour and white flooring, the guest house-the hotel of the epoch, towers and fortifications are only some of the many ancient ruins which have been partially retreived lying covered by vegetation. Other findings from this region are: ceramics, copper coins of various citie (Gortina, Axos, Arkadia), coins from Apollonia (carrying the head of Appollo and a palm branch), urns, wine vessels and olive cultivation tools from previous times. The area is considered to be the origin of semi-precious stones used to make objects which today embellish the Heraklion Museum. The town of Apollonia was definitively destroyed in 171 BC after the fierce attack by their ally of other times, the city of Kidonia. The name Agia Pelagia has been derived from a convent 1 kilometre west of the bay.

Agia Pelagia Today It is wonderfully quiet in comparison to other seaside resorts that are located directly by the main national road. Actually, Agia Pelagia is a collection of small villages and beaches, of which the main beach is most to the east, with a small ‘boulevard,’ decorated with restaurants, cocktail bars and a supermarket. Agia Pelagia has a friendly atmosphere, with a beautiful bay with fisher boats in the water and green rocks rising from the sea. It is a very green place with palm trees and flowers. West of the main beach there are three other, quieter beaches with less facilities. One of the favourite beaches is the one in the middle, with only a small shop selling beverages and ice cream. This beach is the best because of the beautiful rocks on the left hand and because of its peaceful atmosphere. The first beach west of the centre of Agia Pelagia is called Kladissos. The second beach you come across if you walk in the eastern direction is called Psaromoura. The third beach is called Mononaftis and looks out on a splendid green rock rising from the sea. In the surroundings of these beaches are a few large hotels, such as the Capsis Beach Hotel, which has a swimming pool and many small maisonettes. A stroll to the rocks near the Capsis Hotel will also lead you to some excavations. If you want to try another quieter beach, you take a turn off the main road just before entering Agia Pelagia. There you will find the shielded bay of Lygaria. Besides tourism, the inhabitants of Agia Pelagia live off agriculture. That is why in between restaurants and hotels, you will find many fields where herbs and vegetables are grown. Onions, cabbage and many other kinds of vegetables grow every

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