Chania Map

Chania is one of the most famous islands in Greece with great historical and natural interest. Visitors are charmed by the Venetian town of Chania, which remains well-maintained throughout the centuries. Chania is the capital of Crete and attracts thousands of visitors in the summer period to admire the outstanding remains and glorious buildings of an era that is long gone but not forgotten.

Chania is blessed with superb coastal areas and mountainous landscapes which captivate all visitors. The world-famous facilities, local cuisine, traditional feasts with Cretan music and old Venetian buildings are the symbols of Chania. Visitors have an abundant of choices in Chania, ideal for all tastes. The villages of Chania offer the warmest hospitality in Greece with food and local wine made by the local women.

This section proposes a map of Chania, map with all the major locations of the region.

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