Panormo is a miniature village located just 22 km from Rethymno and 55 km from Heraklion, on the picturesque coast of the Cretan Sea. Unlike most Greek resorts, which are a long strip of the same type of hotels, between which are souvenir shops, restaurants, cafes and other necessary elements of tourist infrastructure, Panormo is a “natural” organism. In attractive bleached houses, there is already not the first generation of colorful residents who will never change the measured way of life for the bustle of megacities. By the way, the permanent population of the village does not exceed 800 people.
Panormo began to develop as a resort relatively recently, and therefore did not lose its rural charm. Walking along the narrow cobbled streets, and then relaxing in the shade of grapes, enjoying a cold drink in the air, is a special pleasure. Continue reading