Profiti Ilia 127, Chania, 73133 + 30 28210 54669
  • 1. Archaeological Museum of Chania
  • 2. Maritime Museum of Crete
  • 3. Kasteli
  • 4. Old Port
  • 5. Souda
  • 1. Crete


  • 12 km from the Airport
  • 7 Km from the port of Souda
  • 2 Km from the center of Chania
  • 2 Km from the Old Venetian Harbor
  • 500 m from the Venizelos Graves/Park
  • 400 m from the Polytechnic University of Crete
  • 300 m from the Technological Institute of Crete (TEI)
  • 70 m from the “LIDL” supermarket and the “Neraida” tavern
  • 30 m from the bus stop (service to Center, Harbor, etc, every 10-mins.)
  • Restaurants and fast food establishments within walking distance


Chania is the capital city, a place where different civilizations have flourished throughout the centuries. Wandering around the Old Town’s maze-like alleys with the beautiful Venetian mansions, the fountains and the elaborate churches will help you discover well-preserved historical monuments.

The city of Chania is built on the area of Minoan Kidonia, at the end of the homonym gulf between Akrotiri and Onicha peninsulas. It was the former capital city of Crete (from 1847 until 1972). Nowadays, it is the second largest city of Crete after Heraklion and capital of the homonym prefecture.

The old town is built around the Venetian port and is also a relatively integral area where Venetian buildings and later Turkish elements compose a unique architectural style. Due to the historic center of Chania with its Venetian walls defining the borders between the old and new city and its ramparts, the city has been pronounced as preserved. It consists of five connected districts surrounding the Venetian port.