Samaria Gorge is the largest in Greece (second in length in Europe) and its crossing is the main purpose of the trip of many tourists arriving in Crete.
Sights in Chania
The Archaeological Museum of Chania is located in the beautiful area of Halepa.
For all of you who like Art and Culture, do not lose a visit at Municipal Gallery of Chania!
The Venizelos House is classified in the category of authentic (documentary) houses, since it narrates the life of a personality and authentic objects are preserved within it.
The temple of Saint Maria Magdalene is located in Chalepa, the noble district of Chania that flourished in the 19th century, when Eleftherios Venizelos who lived here emerged as the most important leader of modern Greece.
The old Venetian harbour of Chania it will amaze you whenever you visit it. The quay is the busiest part of the old town of Chania, filled with cafes, restaurants, bars, bakeries and other shops.
On the northwest side of the port of the city of Chania, the Venetians built the Revellino del Porto, a fortification project to protect the port.
The present Cathedral temple of "Eisodion" was built on the place of an older temple of "Theotokos" (Virgin Mary) Trimartiri, dating back to the 14th century.
The Catholic Church of the city of Chania is dedicated to the Assumption of the Virgin Mary and is the seat of the Catholic Diocese of Crete.