Chania is a port town on the western north coast of Crete.
she is the second biggest town on the island.
The Venetian old town of Chania is most picturesque.
It frames the old port which today is reserved for fishing boats, sport boats and sailing yachts.
The modern town of Chania has grown around the old urban core rather homogeneously, and therefore ranks today overall as a beautiful town of a high dwelling standard.
14 km East of the town center on the Akrotiri peninsula there is the international commercial
airport of Chania
Several domestic airlines serve it several times per day, and during the summer half-year it is after Heraklion the second destination for charter flights to Crete.
You will find the proper rental car for your holidays in Chania or elsewhere in Crete at
Economy cars are available there as well as jeeps and SUVs, cabriolets, family cars and minibuses, all of them with
Fully Comprehensive Insurance
You can pick your holiday car up straight from the airport without extra charge and return it there as well.
Payment in cash money will be accepted so a credit card is not essential.
In the neighbourhood there is the bay of Souda which is the largest natural port in the Mediterranean, being used by NATO as well.
The ferry terminal of Souda is 6 km south-east of the town center of Chania, and rental cars for Crete are being delivered there as well.
Beautiful sandy beaches are located both in north-east direction along the west coast of the Akrotiri peninsula, and in western direction along the north coast of
There they spread over a distance of 25 km via Agia Marina, Platanias and Maleme until Kolymbari, and on the other side of the Rodopos peninsula they continue until behind Kastelli Kissamos which is the second biggest of the two cities in the administrative district of Chania.