On the Greek isle of Crete, on the outskirts of Chania, Features Director Flora Stubbs fell in love with Metohi Kindelis, a 17th-century farm turned vacation rental. “Every day we would find our kitchen stocked with fresh, organic produce from the working farm, from bitter marmalade to thick, green extra-virgin olive oil and crumbly sheep-milk cheese,” said Stubbs. Book the Kyriakos apartment if you can — its private pool is at the bottom of a wildflower garden.
Special feature on Condé Nast Traveler’s “Eat. Stay. Love.” a series presented by Edward Jones.
Metohi Kindelis, a hotel on the Greek Isle of Crete, also serves as an organic farm and features a building that dates back to before 1650. Guests can relax on the beautiful Greek beaches while enjoying yoga, detoxes and the original indigenous food of Crete.