Self-Guided: Crete Motoweek

Dreamlike serpentines - Curvy rides all over the island

Pricing

Price
per rider in shared twin/double room: €1,099.00 $1,222.59 ?
per person single room (surcharge per week): €110.00 $122.37 ?
per person pillion in a double room: €749.00 $833.23 ?
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Motorcycles included:
Kawasaki Versys 300X ABS (2017-2019) €0.00
BMW G310GS ABS (2019) €0.00
Yamaha XT660R (2008-2014) €0.00
Aprilia Pegaso Trail 650 (2008-2014) €0.00
Honda CRF 250L (2014-2017) €0.00
Honda CB500X ABS (2014-2016) €0.00
BMW G650GS ABS Schwarz (2011) €0.00
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Fully comprehensive insurance (with €500,00 excess) included:
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Motorcycle upgrade prices:
Yamaha XT660R (2016) €70.00 $77.87 ?
BMW G650GS ABS (2013-2015) €70.00 $77.87 ?
BMW G650GS ABS SERTAO (2014-2015) €90.00 $100.12 ?
Yamaha XT660Z Tenere ABS (2015-2016) €90.00 $100.12 ?
BMW F650GS TWIN 800CC ABS (2009-2012) €150.00 $166.87 ?
Suzuki V-Strom 650 ABS (2016) €200.00 $222.49 ?
Suzuki V-Strom 650XT (2019) €250.00 $278.11 ?
BMW F700GS ABS (2016) €250.00 $278.11 ?
Moto Guzzi V86 TT (2019) €300.00 $333.74 ?
BMW F800GS ABS (2016) €300.00 $333.74 ?
BMW 1250 GS (2019) €600.00 $667.47 ?
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Fully comprehensive insurance with €1000 excess. (BMW F650GS Twin 800cc and BMW F700GS and F800GS and Suzuki V-Strom 650 (2019), Moto Guzzi) Fully comprehensive insurance with 1700 Euro excess (BMW R1250GS) All other €500 excess

Features

Features
7 nights in the beautiful Anissaras Beach Motocamp (apartments)
7 x breakfast "Made by Anja"
6 x dinner, BBQ, smoker, wood/pizza oven
6 days rental motorbike incl. fully comprehensive insurance (with 500€ or 1000€ SB) and all ridden kilometres as well as repair service
Personal transfer from and to the airport Crete/Heraklion
Not included features
Round trip flight to Crete from/to Germany, Austria and Switzerland at a maximum price of 350,00 € per person (optional depending on booking, see prices)
Everything that is not listed as features

More details

More details
Please note that the following itinerary of our motorcycle tour of Crete is just one example of many.
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Helmets: We recommend that you bring your own helmet. You can easily store it in your suitcase or take it with you as hand luggage. In case of emergency you can also rent a helmet on site.
Motorcycle clothing: We recommend that you bring your own motorcycle clothing, as you can be sure that it fits and is comfortable. In an emergency we can provide jackets, boots and kidney belts.
Arrival and departure is possible daily. We recommend Mondays, as the other guests/participants arrive on this day of the week.
Mobility: The offer is not suitable for people with reduced mobility. Please contact us for more information.

Motorcycle tours on Crete, Greece - The original for over 25 years.

Here you can get exciting motorcycle tours on the beautiful island of Crete at incredibly low prices. Our all inclusive packages with rental motorcycle, hotel, airport transfers and tour suggestions will convince you. Whether as an individual or in groups: we will introduce you to the island of Crete from completely new angles!

Below are a few selected examples for self-guided tours. Further tours will be passed on to interested parties on request after arrival at the hotel.

And the best thing before you start: this offer can be booked at any time, all year round. Simply indicate your request and desired date.

Tour example 1 - Lassithi-Agios-Elounda Route approx. 140 km

The ascent to the Lassithi plateau leads through small mountain villages with hundreds of beautiful bends to about 1100 meters. Over the eastern pass we go to Agios Nicolaos. Here lies the origin of the Cretan tourism. The beautiful harbour town invites you to stroll or to have a little refreshment. Heading north, we reach Elounda where we can visit the last leprosy station (until 1957), the small island of Spinalonga. The onward journey for via Neapoli to the small mountain village of Mohos. Our tip is the Taverna Aristodimos directly on the small market place of Mohos. Here the landlady Niki still cooks herself and almost everything from her own cultivation.

Tour example 2 - Arolitos-Anogia-Nidaplateau-Observatory, distance approx. 240 km

On the national road towards Heraklion, leave it at the Gazi exit. At the first traffic light keep left towards Anogia. After about 3 km you will find the entrance to the small hotel village Arolitos. A stop that is really worthwhile. The continuation of the journey leads to the west. At the first fork, keep right and follow the old national road towards Rethymnon. After about 45 km follow the sign to Anogia. In Anogia you will find a bigger Shell gas station with attached tavern at the end of the village, here we recommend the lamb from the oven. Even if you are not a fan of lamb, you should definitely try it because it is very rare to get this delicacy fresher than here. From this stop we go to the Nida plateau where the legend of Zeus saw the light of day. At the end of the plateau there is a large parking lot. From there on it is only off-road (dead end) and is only recommended for experienced riders. On the way back from the plateau (approx. 6 km) we turn right to Skinakas up to 1758 meters to the observatory (closed in case of snow). In good weather a hammer view. The return journey from the observatory leads now again over Anogia in direction Heraklion.

Tour example 3 - coastal tour (northeast, southeast) Agios-Ierapetra-Sitia-Mochlos, distance approx. 260 km

The tour starts in eastern direction, in Agios you keep right at the traffic lights towards Sitia. After about 1000 meters there is an underpass. Before the underpass, take the first exit and follow it straight ahead over the big crossing (Old National Road by the sea) towards Amoudara. Now you have a super nice curved track to the narrowest point of the island. Shortly before the right turn to Ierapetra there is a small souvlaki shop on the left side. Here you can get very fresh pork or chicken souvlaki for only 1,50 €. Follow the right turn to Ierapetra, here you can enjoy a delicious cappuccino in one of the many cafes on the waterfront. From here, just follow the sea to the east. Before you reach the small village Kato Nero just keep heading towards Sitia. After hundreds of bends you will reach Sitia, the largest city in the east. Arrived in Sitia, we now head back towards Agios via a wonderful descent on the longest broom and oleander road in Europe. After about 35 km you will see Taverna Natura Bio on the right hand side. Please turn right here into the village of Mohlos. A beautiful little fishing village. Here you should definitely visit the Taverna Bogazi. Fish, octopus and crustaceans as you can't get them fresher. The journey continues via Agios back to the Motocamp.