The old Venetian port of Chania

The Old Port of Chania is one of the most picturesque ports in Greece. It consists of traditional and luxurious restaurants that will introduce you to Cretan cuisine with fresh and local products, coffee, as well as night shops that will give you beautiful moments in the beautiful city overlooking the Egyptian lighthouse that reflects the sea.

Agora City Center of Chania

The Municipal Market of Chania, which is the heart of the city, is located in the center of Chania. Agora building was founded in August 1911 in the shape of a cross and four doors, one for each wing. Since then, it is the most popular area for walking, buying tourist items and food in the center of Chania as it consists of shops with local and traditional products.

Agia Marina

The area of Agia Marina, just 9 km from the center of Chania, is one of the most popular and most touristic areas of the prefecture. Apart from the sandy beach with its crystal clear waters, you will find many tourist shops, taverns, cafes, beach bars, night shops etc. to enjoy your vacation.

Agioi Apostoloi

Agioi Apostoloi is a famous seaside resort located 4 km west of the city of Chania, and is very often chosen by both tourists and permanent residents of Chania. The area consists of four sandy bays with shallow sea, each of which looks in different directions, which allows visitors to choose each time the one with the least wind and wave.

Kalamaki

Kalamaki is located in the community of Kato Stalos, an area with traditional restaurants, shops and nearby award-winning beaches with a blue flag. 5 km from the center of Chania, 2 km from the beach complex and the Cretan natural landscape of Agioi Apostoloi. 3 minutes from the nearest bus stop

(photos of Agioi Apostoloi and Kalamaki from above)