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Population:

53,500 in town and 70,000 in the


greater Chania area.
Currency:
Euro, 1C=100 cents
Opening hours:
Traditional local shop hours are
generally Mon-Sat from 8 (or 9)
am to 2.30 (or 3) pm, and also
from 5pm to 8pm on Tue and Thu.
Shops catering mainly to tourists
are usually open every day of the
week from 9am - 10pm.
Internet:
www.chania.gr
www.chaniacrete.gr
www.gnto.gr
Newspapers:
Chaniotika Nea
Minima
Stigmes
Crete Gazette
Emergency numbers:
Ambulance 166
Police 100
Fire 199
Tourist information:
The tourist office is called EOT.
Opening hours: Mon-Fri
7.30am-2.30pm
Address: 40 Kriari Street (off
1866 Square)
Tel : +30 28210 92943
CHANIA
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Contents: The City, Do & See, Beach Life, Eating, Cafs, Bars & Nightlife,
Shopping, Sleeping, Essential Information, Maps
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CHANIA
Chania (say "Hanya) must be the loveliest port town in
Greece. Swallows soar in sheer blue skies above the
semicircle of tall Venetian houses around its picture-perfect
Old Harbour. The tables of scores of bars and restaurants
line the quayside. Behind the harbour front, narrow,
traffic-free shopping lanes thread through the atmospheric
Old Town. On either side of the town, sandy beaches stretch
along the coast.
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THE CITY#THECITY#
Chania is Cretes second largest town, and
is the lively capital of the western half of
this long, narrow Greek island. Its very
ancient: 4000 years ago Chania was called
Cydonia. It preserves many handsome
signs of a long history as a possession of
Venice. The Old Town, alongside the Old
Harbour, is enclosed by Venetian ramparts
and guarded by a waterside Venetian
fortress, Fort Firca.
The modern city centre, just outside the
old ramparts, offers the energy and
character of a vibrant, authentic Greek
town. Here are numerous shops, bars,
restaurants and street life that are fun to
explore.
Chania is the focal point of western Cretes
coastline of small and charming beach
resorts. Each resort has its own appeal,
and all are just minutes from Chania by car
or bus along the seashore highway which
runs at the foot of high craggy peaks and
rolling foothills green with olive groves.
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DO & SEE#DOANDSEE#
Boat trips
Glass-bottomed boats cross in crystal
waters to nearby St Theodore Island.
Others sail to idyllic Stavros beach on
Akrotiri Peninsula.
Address: On the quay by Venizelou Sq
Fort Firca
The calm ruins of the Venetian fort have
lovely sea views. Its fascinating Naval
Museum (next door) recalls Chanias
maritime tradition.
Address: Main quay
Phone: +30 28210 91875
Limnoupolis Water Park
The kids choice, with waterslides, pools
and a lazy river. And for grown ups, a
jacuzzi and pool bar. Shops and eateries
add to the attractions.
Address: Varipetro village (8 km from Chania)
Phone: +30 28210 33246
Internet: www.limnoupolis.gr
Samaria Gorge
This famous 16km hike down a spectacular
mountain gorge reaches the south coast.
Youll need sturdy shoes, water and a hat!
Underground: Bus from Chania C6
Opening hours: Starts at Omalos, ends at Agia Roumeli
Tickets: Tour operator or Tour agency C50
BEACH LIFE#BEACH LIFE#
The Chania coast is ideal for quiet beach
holidays for all the family, with a long
narrow sandy strip both west and east of
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the town. A string of small resorts offers
plenty of leisure facilities. Platanias and
Chania are best for nightlife.
Chania Town
Nea Hora beach, with sunbathers and
watersports, is close to all the facilities of
the Old Town. 5km further, Chrissi Akti
(Golden Beach) has tavernas behind.
Address: Just west of Old Harbour
Almirida And Kalives
These two resorts are authentic villages
with family appeal. Sandy beaches curve
round calm bays backed by tavernas and
beach bars.
Address: 20km east of Chania
Underground: Local bus
Platanias And Aghia Marina
Laid-back little resorts merge on a 10km
strip of beach backed by bars, tavernas
and shops. The resorts do vary, with
activity and sports around lively Platanias,
and a quieter feel at Aghia Marina and
Stalos, the eastern end of the strip.
Address: 8-18km west of Chania
Underground: Local bus
EATING#EATING#
Scores of restaurants in Chanias Old Town
and the beach resorts offer good eating,
relaxed and informal, at open-air tables.
Grilled fish and lamb dishes are
specialities, plus vegetable dishes like
boureki (courgette, cheese and potato
bake) and melitzanokleftedes (aubergine
patties). 3 courses with local wine cost
about C14 - C20 at almost any restaurant.
CHANIA
Amphora
Smart, professional service and top quality
traditional Cretan cooking make this one of
the best Old Harbour restaurants. Good
position at the end of the quayside. Superb
vegetable dishes include kolokothikeftedes
(courgette and cheese patties).
Address: Quayside
Phone: +30 28210 93224
Internet: www.amphora.gr
Tamam
Theres excellent traditional local food at
this popular classic Cretan taverna inside a
former historic Turkish bath-house in the
Old Town. Frequent live music.
Address: 49 Zambellou St
Phone: +30 28210 96080
Konaki
In a picturesque Old Town lane, open to
the air and cool with greenery and white
cloths. The menu ranges from Cretan
specialities to international favourites like
omelettes and pasta.
Address: 40 Kondilaki St
Phone: +30 2821 97130
Internet: www.tokonaki.com/
AGHIA MARINA
Maria's Taverna
A popular traditional eatery, relaxed and
cheerful, serving well-prepared Cretan,
Greek and international favourites. It
stands on the edge of Kato Stalos, at the
start of the long beach strip west of
Chania.
Address: Kato Stalos
Phone: +30 28210 60119
PLATANIAS
Cosmos
With elegance and style, in an old building
high in upper Platanias, this is a fabulous
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setting with immense views. An
astonishing choice of meats includes
crocodile, bison and kangaroo . as well as
more traditional fare.
Address: Platanias old village
Phone: +30 28210 68558
GEORGIOUPOLIS
Neorio
A charming resort taverna with its own
swimming pool, playground and
multilingual mini-library! Classic Greek
cooking - moussaka, meat stews, stuffed
tomatoes - but plenty of international
dishes too.
Address: Georgioupolis, 30km east of Chania
Phone: +30 28250 61498
Internet: www.neorio-restaurant.co
CAFS#CAFES#
Cafes, bars and ice-cream parlours are all
much the same thing in the resorts, and
may serve food too. When youre watching
the world go by or simply watching the
waves, a long cool drink at a shaded
outdoor table is all part of the pleasure.
Amphora
Take your pick of the many relaxed
quayside cafs around the Old Harbour.
One of the most appealing is the popular
Amphora bar, with cane easy chairs right
on the waters edge, and a great array of
drinks, ices and aperitifs.
Address: Old Harbour, Chania
Phone: +30 28210 93224
Pallas
The Old Town is full of places to sit with a
drink or ice-cream. Pallas is gloriously
located on a harbour corner. Its rooftop
caf gives a stunning view over the lights
and life of the quayside.
Address: 15-17 Akti Tobazi
Phone: +30 28210 45688
Galaris
You can relax at caf tables with sand
between your toes in all the resorts. This
unpretentious place on Aghia Marina beach
serves ouzo, wine, coffee, soft drink and
ice creams. If you get hungry they also do
snacks and meals.
Address: Aghia Marina beach
Phone: +30 22970 32369
BARS & NIGHTLIFE#BARSANDNIGHTLIFE#
For most visitors, nightlife means a
leisurely dinner at an outdoor table (many
restaurants have live music), followed by a
stroll under the stars. For something with
more energy, there are late-night bars and
dance clubs in Chanias harbour area and
in the beach resort of Address: Platanias,
west of town.
CHANIA
Elmondo
Smooth rock classics and a mellow mood
at the start of the evening give way to
latest dance beats further into the night at
this popular music bar. From about 10pm
to 4am nightly.
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Address: 35 Kondilaki
Internet: www.eclipse-bar.net
Klik
For a young crowd. "Every night is
different, but every night is party time,
say Scandinavian-run Klik about their
heady music and dance selections.
Cocktails, drinks, open all night.
Address: Old Harbour
Phone: +30 6947122193
Fort Firkas
For civilised entertainment on summer
evenings, the open space of the seafront
fortress ruins hosts traditional dance and
music shows on Mon and Thu nights.
Address: Quayside, Old Harbour
Phone: +30 28210 92943
Internet: www.chania.gr
Nota Bene
Acclaimed Old Town fun pub with a great
reputation for cocktails, dancing, party
atmosphere and music from country to
rock to Latin to the latest hits. Open all
night.
Address: 10 Kondilaki Street
Phone: +30 28210 98073
Point
In a side turning off the Old Harbour
quayside, this laid-back Music Bar favourite
is open all night for a mix of new music
and classic rock. Big windows look onto the
lively scene outside.
Address: 2 Sourmeli St
Phone: +30 28210 57556
PLATANIAS
Eclipse
Popular music and dance party bar in the
heart of the resort. DJs play all this
summers dance hits.
Address: Platanias Square (above Alpha Bank, 2nd floor)
Phone: +30 28210 60826
Internet: www.eclipse-bar.net
SHOPPING#SHOPPING#
Chania is the main shopping centre for all
of western Crete. Stroll in the narrow lanes
of its Old Town to discover numerous
interesting small shops. The town has a
useful covered market and fascinating
specialist shopping streets to explore.
In Chanias Old Town, many of the lanes
are crammed with enticing little shops,
some selling tourist knick-knacks and
souvenirs, others with better merchandise
such as imaginative gold and silver
jewellery. Good buys from around C7
include crochet bags and beadwork, local
rugs and kilims and authentic Greek bath
sponges.
Dont miss narrow Skridlof Street, a
traditional leatherworkers lane where
bargains include high quality handmade
goods such as handbags, purses, shoes
and sandals. Theres also a metalworkers
lane, Sifaka Street.
Where Old Town and modern city meet,
the fine Covered Market, or Agora
(Mousouron street) is the focal point of the
town. More a shopping mall than a
marketplace, it provides a cool haven
where locals throng among shops and
stalls offering every kind of local produce,
alluring pastries, piles of olives, fragrant
herbs and spices, and appetising cheeses
like delicious Cretan graviera and mizithra.
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SLEEPING#SLEEPING#
Most good hotels are small and family run.
Some are in beach resorts outside Chania,
others are charming boutique hotels in
town. Theres self-catering too, from
budget apartments to luxury villas.
EXCLUSIVE
Casa Delfino
Magnificent 17th-century Venetian
mansion and courtyard in the Old Town.
Most rooms are elegant 5-star suites in
classic Mediterranean style. 24hr room
service. Relaxed atmosphere.
Address: 9 Theofanus Street, Chania
Phone: +30 28210 87400
Internet: www.casadelfino.com
Santa Marina Plaza
5-star beachside comfort at a small and
friendly place, with plenty of facilities,
restaurant, beach bar and regular Cretan
shows.
Address: Agia Marina
Phone: +30 28210 36860
Internet: www.santamarina-plaza.gr
GOOD VALUE
Doma
Converted seafront mansion offering
decent comfort, 20 minutes walk from the
Old Harbour. Taverna-style dining room.
Many historical items on display include a
collection of headgear!
Address: 124 Venizelos St, Chania
Phone: +30 28210 51772
Internet: www.hotel-doma.gr
Halepa
Extremely elegant former British embassy
building in neo-Classical style, this
high-quality hotel represents remarkably
good value for money. Its near the sea in
a smart residential area about 20 minutes
walk from the Old Town.
Address: 164 El. Venizelou Street, Chania
Phone: +30 28210 28440
Internet: www.halepa.com
BASIC
Amphora
Historic mansion backing onto the Old
Harbour quayside, providing decent
modest facilities with a touch of style.
Every room is different.
Address: Theotokopoulos St, Chania
Phone: +30 28210 93224
Internet: www.amphora.gr
Contessa
With simple unaffected charm, this
old-fashioned little hotel in a narrow
backstreet in the Old Town offers genuine
local character. Three of the seven rooms
have a view of the Old Harbour.
Address: 15 Theofanous Street, Chania
Phone: +30 28210 98566
ESSENTIAL INFORMATION
Airports
Chania Airport, western Cretes main
gateway, is 12km from the city. Most
travellers arrive on tour operator packages
including bus transfer or car hire.
Independent travellers can catch a taxi into
town for around C15. A bus service to the
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city departs only at 07.10, 10.20, 15.15,
20.15, 21.30.
Internet: www.hcaa-eleng.gr/hania.htm (Chania Airport)
Public transport
From 6am to 6pm, public buses serve the
coast road to and from Chania, stopping at
the resorts. Fare from Chania to Platanias:
C1.50.
In Chania, town buses serve the modern
districts, but the Old Town is small enough
to walk around, and its lanes are too
narrow for buses.
Bus information:
Phone: +30 28210-27044.
Taxi
Chanias blue and white taxis can be hailed
or phoned. Fares are around C0.40 p/km,
or about C0.60 p/km out of town or
between midnight and 5am. Tips are
optional.
Phone: +30 28210 94300 / +30 28210 98700 / +30 28210
98701 / +30 28210 98770
Post
Main post office in in central Chania.
Stamps can be bought at many shops.
Address: 3 Tzanakaki St, Chania
Opening hours: Mon-Fri, 8am to 8pm, and Sat 8am to 2pm.
Small offices open Mon-Fri, 8pm to 2pm.
Phone: +30 28210 28444
Pharmacy
On the door of any pharmacy a list shows
which pharmacy is on night duty.
Dentist
In emergency go to Chania Hospital, in
Mournies, 2 km south of the city centre.
Phone: +30 28210 22000.
Telephone
Country code: +30.
Area code: 28210.
Note that numbers and codes within
Greece do not begin with a 0.
Electricity
220V
#ESSENTIALINFORMATION#
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8th Dekemvriou D3
A Mantaka A3 B3
Ag Konstantinou A2
Akti Enoseos B2 C2
Akti Kanari A2
Akti Kountouriotou B2
Akti Papanikoli A2
Akti Tombazi B2
Albert D3
An Gogoni A4 B4 C4
Anapafseos B3 B4
Andrea Papandreou C3 D3
Antoniadou D4
Apokoronou C3 C4
Apostolidou A2
Apteron B4 C4
Archoleontos C2
Archondaki C2 C3
Athanasioupatr A2
Botsari A3 B3
Chatzimichali Gian. B3
Danali A3
Daskalogianni C2
Digeni Akrita D2
Diktims C4
Dimakopoulou D3 D4
Dimitrakaki D3
Dodekanisou C2
Dragoumi D2
Efedron Polemiston B4 C4
El Venizelou C2 C3 D2
Eleytherias D3
Elirou C4
Er Stavrou D2
Erofolis C3
Erotokritou C3
Falasarnis C4
Festou D4
Florans A2 A3
Foumidon A3
Galata C4
Gali D2
Georgiladon C3 C4
Gerasimou Patr A2 B2
Gerola D3
Giaboudaki C4 D4
Giannaria A C3
Glafkou C2
Grigoriou E B3
Haous A3
Hatzidaki D3 D4
Hiotaki C3
Igoumenou Gavriil C4 D4
Ioannikou Patriarh. A2
Ionias B3
Ipirou C2
Ipsiladon B3
Irakliou C4
Iroon Politechniou D2 D3
K Sfakianaki B3
Kabon A3
Kalafati B4
Kalitsounaki D3
Kallergon C2
Kanevaro B2
Kapodistriou D3
Karaiskaki B3
Karaoli Dimitriou B2
Katraki B4
Kelaidi B3
Kiprou C2
Kiriara D4
Kirilou Mitr A3 B3
Kisamou A3
Klimatos A4
Kokotsi D2
Konstantinoupoleos B3
Korai C3
Koraka B3
Kornarou C3
Kornarou P B4
Koustogerakou A3
Kriaradon C3
Kriari B3
Kritovoulidou C4
Krokida D3
Ksirouhaki C4
Ktistaki C3
Kydonias B3
L Sfakianaki D3
Lefkon Oreon A3 A4
Lekanidi D4
Leledaki A2
Lisou C4
Lithinon B2
Loutrou A3
Makedonias C2
Malathirou C4
Malene C4
Malinou D4
Manou D3 D4
Manousogiannakidon B3 B4
Margouniou A3 A4
Mariakaki B4
Maridaki D2
Markora C3
Mavili D3
Mavropateron D4
Mesologiou D2
Michelidaki C2 C3
Milonogianni B3 B4
Minolaki C4
Minoos C2
Mitsotaki D3
Monis Gonias A3
Mousouron B2
Nearchou C4
Nikiforou Episk C2
Nikiforou Foka C2
Nikonos Osiou A3
Ounesko B4
Pahianon A4 B4
Palama C3
Paleologou A2
Pana Gouli D4
Papadaki B4
Papamalekou A3
Papanastasiou D3
Paparigopoulou C3
Pardali A2
Pastrikaki D2
Peridou B3
Perivolion A4
Petrof A2
Pibli D4
Piga M A2 B2
Pireos A2 B2 B3
Pithagora D3 D4
Plastira B3
Platia 1821 C2
Platonos D3
Polenta A3
Polirinias C4
Poltholaki D4
Polychronidi D3
Praidou A2 A3
Pslaki C4
Rethymnou D3
Rollen D2 D3
Roufou D3
Salpidonos C2
Samona B4 C4
Saratsoglou A3
Selinou A3
Sfakion C3
Sifaka C2
Skalidi B3
Skaltsouni D4
Skiner A2
Skoula A4 B4
Skridlof B2
Smyrnis A2 B3
Solomou C3
Soukatzidi B4
Spanoudaki B4
Spantidaki A4
Spartis D3
Stratigou Tzanakak. C3
Theotokopoulou B1 B2
Therisou B4
Thimnianis A3
Trigeta A3
Trikoupi C2 C3
Tsilivaki D2
Tsontou Varda D3
Tsouderon B2 C2
Valaoritou C3
Valestra A2
Vasou A3
Voloudakidon B3 C3
Vom C3
Voudoumba C2
Xanthoudidou D4
Xepapa A3 A4
Zambeliou B2
Ziber D2
Zymvrakakidon B3 B4
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PUBLISHING DATE: 2009-03-09