A feast of traditional restaurants and tavernas
All types of holiday makers will enjoy a holiday in Chania from couples to families. Chania is full of charm, charisma and character. It has plenty of bars, a feast of traditional restaurants and tavernas and is bursting with shops and market stalls. If this wasn’t enough, why not try out some of the amazing architecture from flower decked houses to churches, monasteries and ancient sites from the Venetian period.
Holidays in Chania will give you a stylish and superb location for exploring the assortment of beaches in the area, history of the area and all the neighbouring resorts. Some of the most unspoilt and prettiest villages can be found inland in the mountains. An extensive assortment of accommodation in Chania will suit everybody’s needs from small, cosy family run properties to large, luxurious and cosmopolitan properties. Whatever you are looking for Chania will have it. Book holidays to Chania here on Latedeals.co.uk.
Places to Visit
– The Samaria gorge is said to be the longest in Europe an area of stunning natural beauty. The mountains that have formed it are wild, high and steep. In 1962, Samaria Gorge was declared a National Park for the survival of the endangered species kri kri, the rare Cretan wild goat that lives only in Samaria. Apart from kri kri, many other rare species of flora and fauna live in this gorge.
Chania Covered Market
– Opened in 1913 this magnificent building is modeled on the market of Marseilles,a fabulous place to shop and eat. A great place to visit and soak up the colours and aromas of this fascinating building.