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Help with a driving route around Crete....

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Arriving at Heraklion at Easter , we thought we'd rent a car at the airport and head straight for Ag Nik for a couple of days. If we have the car for 2 weeks what towns and sights should we plan on? Seems a route down to the south and include Matala, Agios Pavlos or Galini, Plakias and Choria Sfakion would be nice . If the car ferry runs to Sougia that would be great, otherwise I guess we would head for Chania and the West.
We like pensions and tavernas , not resorts or cities or strenuous hikes....

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