Find all of our available locations in Chania
WHAT TO DO, WHAT TO SEE
Old town and Venetian port: The most characteristic part of the area with a variety of tourist shops and taverns with traditional food.
The Kucuk Hassan Mosque or Yali Mosque: Dates to the second half of the 17th century. It was built in honor of the first guard of Chania, Kyuchuk Hassan and today, being restored, it is an event space.
Balos Lagoon: About 50 km from the center of Chania with wonderful view and clear blue waters.
Elafonisi Beach: Almost an hour and a half from Chania is one of the most beautiful beaches in Greece, with waters so blue that reminiscent of the Caribbean.
War Shelter of Platania: A shelter used during World War II, just a 10-minute walk from the village of Platania, is open to the public to admire wartime images and weapons.
Therissos Gorge: A historic location that you can enjoy with a beautiful route next to a green and rocky landscape.
Minoan’s World The 9D Experience: A place that will introduce you to the Minoan era and will drive children crazy with special interactive experiences.
Archaeological Museum of Chania: The museum contains an important collection of the Minoan and Roman eras with exhibits from excavations around the city of Chania and the surrounding peripheral unit, including pieces from the ancient cities of Kydonia etc.
Seitan Beach Ports: It will take a long hike to reach your destination, but the scenery and view will reward you. Clear blue waters and rocky landscape.