Others and sign-language on request (extra cost may apply)
Guiding using sign-language on request
Chania Cruise Port or any hotel in the center
What you will do...
As we pick you up, we'll head to the amazing beautiful city of Chania, which is a city located on the northwest coast of the Greek island of Crete. Chania is famous for its 14th-century Venetian harbor, narrow streets and waterfront restaurants.
Once we have walked around the old town, we'll go to the harbor's entrance, where you'll get cutivated by Chania's lighthouse from the 16th century with Venetian, Egyptian and Ottoman influences, followed by the former Franciscan Monastery houses and the Archaeological Museum of Chania.
After visiting the city, relax and enjoy the beach of Agios Apostolisa small bay on the outskirts of Chania town.
What you will visit...
Chania old town:
Chania town, located on the northern coast of Crete, is a captivating destination that seamlessly blends history, culture, and natural beauty. This charming town boasts a rich Venetian and Ottoman heritage, evident in its picturesque streets, narrow alleyways, and well-preserved architecture. As you wander through the town, you'll encounter beautiful Venetian mansions, Turkish baths, and the impressive Chania Lighthouse that stands proudly at the entrance of the old harbor. The town also offers a vibrant atmosphere with bustling markets, artisanal shops, cozy cafes, and delicious tavernas serving traditional Cretan cuisine. Exploring Chania town allows you to immerse yourself in its unique ambiance and discover its historical and cultural treasures.
Harbor of Chania:
The harbor of Chania is a captivating waterfront area that has served as a bustling hub throughout history. With its iconic Venetian lighthouse, colorful fishing boats, and waterfront promenade, the harbor offers a scenic and vibrant setting. You can take a leisurely stroll along the harbor, enjoying the views of the crystal-clear waters and the picturesque backdrop of the old town. The harbor is lined with charming cafes and restaurants where you can savor fresh seafood and traditional Cretan dishes while soaking in the ambiance. It's also a popular spot for boat tours, allowing you to explore the coastline and nearby islands. Whether you're admiring the sunset, exploring the maritime history of the area, or simply enjoying the lively atmosphere, the harbor of Chania is a must-visit landmark in Crete.
Notes on mobility
Inspected and carefully chosen stops
Easy access guarantee
Accessible transfer with ramp
Assistance pets are allowed
Suitability for Level 1 and 2
max. 4 Wheelchairs foldable
max. 4 Rollator Users
max. 2 Mobility scooter Users
max. 2 Electric wheelchair
Accessible transportation with ramp and A/C
Licensed Tour Guide
Pick-up and drop-off
Special personal assistance
Rental of aid equipment
Food and drinks