Global health insurance policyholders now have the perfect opportunity to visit Crete after the price of travelling to the island dropped, Cheapflights Media has stated.
Nadine Hallak, marketing and PR executive of the organisation, pointed out: "As we're now in the shoulder season, not only does this mean lower prices, it also means less crowding, making for a more relaxing holiday."
International medical insurance customers who have not yet taken a break this year could find Crete offers plenty to do, with its 1,000km of coastline, secluded bays, coves and peninsulas, while boat trips could be in order for explorers.
Expats might also enjoy traditional Greek delicacies served with local wines in restaurants, or find gifts made from the island's olive oil, Ms Hallak explained.
Her comments follow the results of the trivago Hotel Price Index, which showed the average price of accommodation in Crete has fallen by 26 per cent from August, to an average of £70 a night.
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