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Centred on the Venetian harbour, Old Town is among its most popular areas, with its characterful architecture and local hidden gems. If you prefer just a little more modernity, new town Nea Chora is just a minute stroll away. Still dating back to the th century, the area features its own sandy beach, along with some top seafood restaurants and plentiful amenities. Around kilometres west of central Khania , a hotel in Agia Marina will suit those seeking a peaceful seaside holiday. As well as beachfront accommodations youll find plenty of eateries, bars and shops, all catering to tourists.
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Cretes second city and arguably its most beautiful, Khania, or Chania as its also known, offers a seaside getaway and city break in one. From the winding narrow streets of its Old Town flanked by elegant Venetian architecture, to sunny sandy beaches, traditional tavernas and the romantic restaurantlined harbour here youll find a erse palette of pleasures. Foodies in particular will enjoy some of the islands finest eateries, whilst history enthusiasts, culture junkies, shoppers and wanderers will all find their vices too.
Whether youre after a romantic getaway or a mily escape, the hotels in Kemer cater to every of stay, with most properties located on the beachfront. Those seeking luxury lodgings can choose from chic private villas or lavish star hotels, many geared towards pampering guests with fullservice spas, posh eateries and every creature comfort under the sun. The more modest hotels in Kemer all aim to please too, and count swimming pools, gyms, restaurants, and kids clubs among their features. Those looking for a thriftier stay will find plenty of budget hotels in Kemer, ranging from no frills hotels to cheap and cheerful selfcatering apartments.
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The citys main gateway is Chania International Airport, situated a convenient kilometre drive away. A wellconnected hub, it serves destinations throughout Europe yearround, with most services operating during the summer months. Once youve landed its just a minute journey into the heart of the city, which can be done by private or public transport. Buses provide a direct link from the airport to the city multiple times a day, whilst taxis offer a quicker doortodoor service. Some hotels in Khania also offer private airport shuttles, with prior arrangement. Ferries regularly dock at nearby Souda, with services arriving daily from Piraeus in Athens.
Set before the warm blue Mediterranean waters, Golden Beach reclines just west of the city. The aptly named stretch is a vourite among swimmers and sun worshippers, and includes a playground for the kids. Dating back to the s, the Old Venetian Harbour is one of Khanias greatest historical gems. Lined with cafes, bars and restaurants, its especially enchanting come evening, when the lamplined promenade lights up and tantalizing food smells waft with the sea breeze. Day or night, you should be able to see one of the citys most distinctive landmarks, Chania Lighthouse. At the east end of the harbour youll find the Nautical Museum of Crete. Detailing the regions searing heritage, the museum s a collection of model ships, nautical instruments and other artects, dating from the Bronze Age to modern times. Nearby, gently bustling Mitropoleos Square is home to another of the citys proud historical monuments the Neoclassical Greek Orthodox Cathedral Church of Chania.Chania HotelsVilla Ariella