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Chania Destinations

Chania, Crete Top Travel Destinations

Find out about the beauty of the cretan prefecture of Chania or Hania. Steep mountains, wooded slopes, ravines and gorges, dense vegetation, running streams, picturesque coves and vast beaches will fascinate the visitor.


Georgioupoli - the lively tourist resort

Agii Theodori

Agii Theodori - the petrified monsters


Platanias - the cosmopolitan resort

The resort of Platanias has successfully retained its individual charm and hospitality whilst developing into a popular, cosmopolitan holiday destination with a wide range of hotals, rooms, tavernas, shops, bars and restaurants; a bustling centre full of activity and entertainment.

The City of Rethymnon

Rethymnon (Ρέθυμνον) Crete the capital of Rethymnon prefecture

Rethymnon, Crete capital of the homonymous prefecture, is an incredible town of old and new, mostly well known for its beautiful Venetian harbor.

Rethymnon Map of the city

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Rethymnon Crete is a vibrant and charming city of about 30,000 inhabitants, situated on the north coast of Crete, between Chania (60 km) to the west, and Heraklion (80 km) to the east. It is, in fact, the third largest city on Crete.


Rethymnon has a rich and long history. The original town came by during the classical years, 470-323 B.C. and was then known as Rithymna.

It began to flourish during the Venetian occupation from 1204, during which it became an important port due to its excellent geographical position for trade with the rest of the Aegean and the Peloponnese, and with the Southeastern Meditteranean countries.


Ierapetra - Europe's southermost town

Chania City

Chania Crete- capital of Chania Crete

Chania is considered to be the most poetic city of Crete; when you walk through it, it leaves you with a pleasant taste of beauty.

Built on the ruins of ancient Kydonia, it has seen and survived many invaders, but has also tasted civilizations that left their marks on building faces, castles, walls, antiquities, monasteries and churches.

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