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Ferries Chania (Crete)

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 From June 1th to September 30th, The Concell Insular de Formentera regulates the entry of motor vehicles on the island. See more.
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Ferries to Chania (Crete)Port connections and services

One of the most popular destinations for tourists from all over the world is definitely the island of Crete! The largest island in Greece, it welcomes millions of visitors all year round, both for its climate and for its wonderful beaches. The island takes its name from the material, clay that is very present, with which the inhabitants made utensils.

A little historical background:

The ancient history of the island of Crete dates back to 3000 B.C., during the Minoan period it was of great importance. Crete owes this importance to Minos, who made it a commercial, maritime and artistic center.

The port is one of the most active of the Mediterranean Sea:

Every year, visitors from all over the world choose to reach this wonderful tourist destination, the port of Chania, with its small streets crowded with craft stores, you will find a lively and very charming port, taking you back to Venetian history that was very significant, in fact it is called the second Venice. In the harbor area you will find many restaurants and taverns, where you can relax and enjoy the lovely sunset!

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From Chania board the Minoan Lines and Anek Lines shipping companies that will transport you to the city of Piraeus in about an 8-hour crossing, you will have both day and overnight trips available.

You can also depart to Milos with the shipping company Minoan Lines and in about 4 hours of crossing you will arrive at your destination, remember that this departure is available only in the summer period.

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HERE IS A TIP: if you want the cheapest tickets on the market, ideally you should look for them months in advance so as not to fall into the trap of the high season when prices soar!

Chania (Crete) ferries About Chania (Crete)

Chania also is called the Venice of the East, the village was built on top of the ancient city of Kydonia, dating back to the Minoan period. The initial name of the town was Cidonia, a Roman colony in 67 B.C., later the Byzantines occupied it and completely fortified its walls. But the fundamental imprint came with the arrival of the Venetians, in 1204, who completely transformed it, making it more protected from attack. Today day, after a succession of battles, the island belongs to Greece.

What to do in Chania?

You can begin your adventure by exploring the old town, full of colorful alleys that weave together and lead you toward the port area, where you can see fishermen with their boats. Looking at the city from the outside, you will see the fortifications erected in the Venetian period.
Visit the Venetian Katholikon church, where inside you will find the Archaeological Museum of Chania, containing sculptures, statues and ceramics. Another church not to be missed is the Orthodox Cathedral, patron saint of the city. Among the many other things you won't want to miss is the municipal market, where you'll find many stores, to suit all tastes.

Don't forget about the beaches!

If you want to visit Chania, one of the main reasons are the beaches! Start your adventure from Laguna Balos beach, which can only be reached by boat, but when you arrive you will find in front of you a small strip of beach, surrounded by a turquoise sea, very popular in the summertime. Another very special beach is Elafonissi, with its pink-hued sand and warm sea, perfect for children. We have listed you only a part of the many beaches you will have at your disposal!

And don't forget to visit the green hills and crystal-clear lakes, surrounded by olive groves and lemon groves, let the scent of nature transport you!

How to reach the boardings

Address: Chania 731 32, Greece

GPS coordinates: 35°31'10.5"N 24°01'23.2"E

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