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 Infrastructure Improvements Coming to Milatos resort :: To Benefit locals and Expats


“View of Milatos Port, Lassithi”
Milatos Port - Photo Credit: Gerald Brown © BritsinCrete

BritsinCrete has learned that the Lassithi Municipality of Agios Nikolaos has serious plans afoot to re-boot the community of Milatos on the north coast of Lassithi. The infrastructure moves would be a welcome boost to locals and the British and other expat residents alike, perhaps benefitting the property prices too? A recent meeting at the end of May 2020, on reviving the community of Milatos (within the administrative region of Vrachasi), the Mayor of Agios Nikolaos Mr. Antonis Zervos met with community Vrachasi councillor, G. Astroulakis and the residents of the area Mr. G. Lapidaki and G. Lassithiotaki.  What's likely to be involved? more ...

 

  

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beach-metal-detectingThere is an interesting conversation on the use of metal detectors in Greece in the Brits in Crete Forum: http://bit.ly/Z7Nu37] . It seems somewhat absurd that Brits Living in Crete, who are clearly hobbyists of the pastime cannot do what they do in UK  i.e.  they are deprived of the right to go beachcombing in Greece. It is against the law.

In general terms an outright ban by EU governments on use of metal detectors contradicts Articles 34 and 36 of the EU. Greece bans the use of metal detectors by ordinary people on national security grounds and cultural heritage. Period. 

Published in Latest News and Views
Monday, 25 June 2007 07:47

Whats New: June 25, 2007

Landmark Crete

LandmarkCrete - is a new Chania based, 'one stop shop' agency started by an experienced and well known specialist, Helen Peters to serve the ex-patriate British and other European buyers of property in Crete. LandmarkCrete is using Brits in Crete as a key promotion and advertising platform for their launch.

Published in About Us
Friday, 19 August 2011 07:36

Getting to Crete

Cheap flights to Crete is the choice for most, although it is getting more expensive with the rising cost of jet fuel and reduced competition among the airlines. You arrive at either Chania, Heraklion or Sitia International Airports. But, when you need to relocate to Greece to set up your new island home, then it is both practical and popular to drive from UK to Crete. You can load up your car with personal belongings, the family and pets and after three days motoring along the auto routes of France, Italy, Switzerland and Greece you are in the sunshine of Crete for an extended stay or to start a new life. Post #Brexit i.e. from December 31, 2020 there are changes. The Brits in Crete websites will attempt to keep Brits who have connections with Europe informed as the information becomes available.

Published in About Us
Friday, 19 August 2011 07:34

Brits in Crete Forum

Benefit from our vibrant and busy Online Ex-pat Community known as the BritsinCrete Forum with visitors from all over: Greece, the UK and Eire. We also have a following from Melbourne, Australia which is incidentally the largest Greek Community outside of Greece. Find people already living in Greece and Crete through the various bulletin boards. Exchange Comments, Ideas and Ask Questions with them about any move to Crete. BritsinCrete Forum :: Crete Index contains relevant board postings on real experiences from an active community. It is free to join. Gain a valuable insight including information on Travel and Holidays on Crete . Become a member of the forum yourself.

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