The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall ended their five-day tour of France and Greece with a dance on the island of Crete.
Charles and Camilla took part in the Cretan dance, called siganos, which involves the dancers linking arms and rotating in a circle, when they visited the village of Archanes yesterday.
This came after Charles met a cheese maker who presented him with a dark cheese called graviera, and said: "This is for your son's wedding."
The couple originally arrived at Knossos archaeological site where Professor John Bennet, director of the British School at Athens, gave them a tour.
Upon their arrival, a member of the public shouted: "Hello your highness, how are you?" To which Charles replied: "Still alive."
Before the couple left for the UK, hundreds of people gave them a loud round of applause.