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How to get to Chania

Chania has an international airport with scheduled flights year round and abundant charter flights serving much of Europe during the season – April to October.
Buses from the airport are virtually non-existent . If you’re not driving, you should take a taxi. Flight tickets can be bought in advance for almost all flights via travel agents

Ferries sail to and from Athens (Pireas) daily – the port for ferries for Chania is at Souda, a few kilometres away. When the ferry arrives, if you manage to scamper onto the bus in time, this will take you to Chania. But it is best to plan to take a taxi. Ferry tickets can be bought in advance for all ferries via our website.

Of course if you are renting a car on arrival, you can drive to your chosen destination at will! If a pause in Souda before your first sighting of Chania seems just right.

Contact us if you need specific directions , we will be happy to help

By platxomion


he Caretta Caretta Turtle is a specimen still living in the Mediterranean and it is possible to meet it there since it spawns along the beaches of the Laganas Gulf.
They can have considerable dimensions (the largest weights 140 kg. and measures circa 120 cm whereas the smallest measures 80 cm.) but, in spite of this, they are very fast.
Thanks to the big anterior and the stiff posterior fins they can reach 30km/hour and so protect themselves from possible dangers.