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Holidays to Chania

Crete’s second biggest city, Chania, has a huge amount to offer holidaymakers, whether you’re in search of beaches and a beautiful sun tan, or a dose of culture and lots of fantastic food. Chania is located on the island’s western side and offers Byzantine architecture, Minoan ruins, an open-air theatre and some of the finest drinking and dancing spots on the island.

Best of all you can enjoy all these without having to travel, so if one day you want peace and quiet and culture and the next a great big party, it’s all in one place. Chania’s beach is a comfortable affair, gently shelving down into the water, providing a great spot for paddling, splashing around or just floating under the sunshine.

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Best Offers & Top Hotels in Chania

Price is based on 2 adults sharing one room for 7 nights. Prices shown below are guide prices only. Refine your results using your preferred departure airports and travel dates below.

Top 5 Things To Do

Old Venetian Harbour - Built 1320–1356 by the Venetians, this busy harbor includes a restored lighthouse, shops & eateries.
Archaeological Museum of Chania - The Archaeological Museum of Chania is a museum located in the former Venetian Monastery of Saint Francis.
Chania Lighthouse - Venetian lighthouse originally built in the 16th century to protect the harbour.
Taste the Cuisine - With a multitude of bars and restaurants, it would be criminal to not taste some of the delicious local specialities on offer.
Firka Fortress - Venetian-built fortress from the mid-16th century featuring scenic harbor views & a maritime museum.

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  • Currency Euro (€)
  • Flying time from the UK Flights from Glasgow to Crete are around 4 hours 20 minutes.
  • Language Greek
  • Passport & Visas If you are a British passport holder you do not need a visa to enter Greece & your passport should be valid for the proposed duration of your stay.