Chania is the second largest city of Crete with a population of approx. 55.000.
In Chania’s charming old town you will find lots of authentic restaurants and bars, different shops, a rich cultural life, and one of Crete’s best beaches. Take a stroll down the charming promenade and enjoy the unique atmosphere this area has to offer. Discover the culture of Crete, taste traditional delicacies, and admire the narrow streets lined by tall Venetian houses with flower-decked balconies mixed in amongst small shops and restaurants.
In Chania you are never far from a reference to the ancient history of Crete. Savour the history at sites such as the old Venetian harbour, Minoan ruins, Byzantine churches, and the beautifully preserved 17th century lighthouse.
If you prefer to simply soak up the sun from your private roof terrace, you will be pleased to discover that Crete enjoys one of the longest summer seasons of Greece. Expect 25°C between May and October and a minimum of 10°C during the mild rainy winters.
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The charming Zambeliou Street is full of life!