27 September - 4 October 2019
from 1250€

The island of Crete is a motorcycle paradise. The largest island in Greece, is a feast for the senses. Wild natural beauty, thousands of years of culture, remarkable history and exquisite cuisine create the best scenario for an ideal motorcycle holiday.

Tour Details

Ιnaccessible mountains yet majestic, crystal clear seas, rich history, impressive gorges, mild climate, hinterland with picturesque villages, traditions, warm hospitality and excellent local cuisine. A special island and the largest of Greece. This is Crete.Join GS Traveler, rent your BMW motorcycle and be part in one of the nicest mototrips in Greece.


Venetian Harbour of Chania
Preveli Monastery
Heraklio City
Tour included / excluded:
What is included in this tour Items and services that are covered in the cost of tour price.


  • 8 days tour
  • 6 riding days
  • 5 nights accomodation
  • 2 additional overnights at sea
  • 7 breakfasts
  • 7 dinners
  • Ferry tickets on 4 berth cabin sharing
  • Experienced F.I.M and First Aid certified tour guide
  • Planning and organization of the tour
  • Daily briefing prior to the departure
  • All taxes
What is not included in this tour Items / services that are not covered by the tour price.


  • Entrance to Museums and Archaeological Sites
  • Fuel costs
  • Personal expenses
  • Personal Travel insurance
  • Mid-day lunches or snacks
  • Drinks and bottled beverages
  • Photography accessories like camera etc
  • Anything else not described as ”included”
  1. Day 1 Athens - Port of Piraeus (15 km)

    Departing from our head offices towards the Port of Piraeus. Settle into our cabins and start our overnight journey towards Chania.

  2. Day 2 Venizelos Graves – Seitan Limani Beach – Chania Venetian Harbour – Maleme – Balos – Falasarna – Elafonisi (175 km)

    Arrival in Chania. We will explore the Old Town and the famous Venetian Harbour. We will visit the Venizelos grave site with the unparalleled views of Chania. Our day will continue towards Balos Beach and Falasarna before heading southwards towards Elafonisi.

  3. Day 3 Elafonisi – Palaiohora – Epanohori – Omalos – Askifou - Sfakia (217 km)

    We start our day by visiting Palaiohora before heading towards a cyclical route of the Lefka Ori mountain range. We will stop in Omalos the entry point of the famous Samaria Gorge. We will then continue our tour through a twisty road towards the village of Sfakia where we will reside for the night.

  4. Day 4 Sfakia – Frangokastelo – Plakias – Preveli Monastery – Dunes of Saint Paul – Agia Galini - Matala (153 km)

    Our tour today will be taking us to the Venetian castle of Frangokastelo. A brief stop and then continue towards the Monastery of Preveli. We will continue eastbound and reach Matala, our evening resting point.

  5. Day 5 Matala – Agiofarango – Lentas - Ierapetra (165 km)

    Today we will drive in one of the most beautiful Gorges. The Agiofarango Gorge with the homonymous beach is spectacular. We will drive through the gorge and rest in this hidden gem, before continue eastbound via Lentas towards the city of Ierapetra.

  6. Day 6 Ierapetra – Xirokampos – Vai – Spinalonga – Milatos Beach (225 km)

    We will start early in the day northbound towards the Palm forrest of Vai. Then we will visit the famous Spinalonga Island. A place where during Venetian rule used as a fortress before becoming a leper colony. After our visit we will move towards Milatos Beach where we will rest for the evening.

  7. Day 7 Milatos Beach - Creta Aquarium – Knosos - Herakleio (70 km)

    Departure day today but certaintly not the end of our exploration. We will visit the ancient town of Knosos. We will have a complete tour of the ancient city before heading to the town of Heraklion. We will then explore the museums and sights of this wonderful town before heading towards our ferry for returning to the mainland.

  8. Day 8 Piraeus Port - Athens (15 km)

    Arrival in Piraeus port early in the morning and departure towards our headquarters.

  1. Tour Guide

    “Guided Tour” means that a motorcycle-riding tourguide will be guiding you and a support car will be travelling with you carrying your luggage and spare parts (Where applicable).

  2. Riders gear

    Riders should bring their own motorcycle gear (helmet, boots, gloves etc.) We highly recommend protection gear for mediterranean climate as well as extra rainsuit (jacket, trousers) in the event of rain, for more comfortable and safe riding. Renting of motorcycle gear is also possible by us at an extra cost.

  3. Luggage

    The luggage will be carried by the support vehicle (where applicable). Each rider can leave one (1) luggage in the support vehicle.

  4. Gallery

    The Greek National Tourism Organisation and the respectice copunterparts of the visiting countries are the copyright holders and exclusive users of the above images. All images posted in this website are protected by Copyright Law 2121/1993.

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