Best Cafe in Town, Chania

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Koukouvaya (which means Owl in English) is located on the hill of Prophet Elias in the Venizelos Graves region. It has established itself as an ultimate hangout for coffee with panoramic views of Chania, the Venetian Harbour and the White Mountains.


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Cafe Cafe Aroma Cafe is one of the most popular cafes in Chania Town. This is a lovely place with small round tables and wooden chairs, offering nice view to the sea. Town, Chania
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Ostria view cafe is situated at Akrotiri, near Venizelos Tomb, which is one of the most popular attractions of Chania. Overlooking the whole city of Chania it first opened in 1985 and now operates all year round, from the early hours in the morning up until late at night.


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Restaurants Cafe Mediterranean Japanese Cafe

Located in one of the most beautiful parts of Chania Town, in a historical building, which once was home to Ali Pasha, Pallas stands out for its modern, distinctive style. Fresh, traditional Cretan products are the heart of Pallas cuisine and become the basis for creating dishes with a modern Mediterranean twist.


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Synagogi, located in Kondilaki Street near the Old Port, is one of the most famous bars in Chania. This open-air bar is situated in the ruins of the old Jewish synagogue (hence the name) and has become very popular for both the town residents as well as visitors due to its mysterious and atmospheric aura. 


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Cafe Restaurants Cafe Mediterranean

The Ginger Concept is located in the heart of Old Town in Chania. It is an all-day cafe and wine bar with a frugal kitchen and a retail shop. It serves breakfast, brunch, lunch & dinner.


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Kentrikon cafe is situated in Chania at the old street referred to as Paplomatadika. It is housed in a two-story building, which once was one of the most well-known guilt industries. This place was turned into a modern restaurant- cafe in the summer of 2005, however preserving the buildings old prestige, which is perfectly harmonizing with the whole scene of the old town.


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