The residence is in need of a complete renovation.
Plan your dream house with a stunning view to the Cretan blue, just outside the historical walls of the city in a lively area full of cafes, taverns and bars. Koum-kapi (Door of the Sand) was given its name during the Turkish occupancy.
Within a few steps from your home you can soak your feet in the sand and have a refreshing dive in the crystal clear waters. Do not miss it!
Always the first thing you hear about Chania - the Venetian Harbour, the old port, the narrow shopping streets and waterfront restaurants.
Chania is also one of the two places you are most likely to see upon arrival in Crete. It is beautiful - that is to say much of the Chania you will want to see is clustered close to the harbour - old buildings, museums, churches and crafts shops.
Food is offered in great variety and sometimes great similarity - there are many restaurants and also cafes, at which to reflect upon the experiences of places you have just explored together with the enjoyment of some tasty food - we have suggestions for restaurants further on.
The atmosphere has a touch of Florence and Venice, combined with the culture and character of Cretan people and traditions.
The Chania harbour is wonderful and at any particular time of day the light produces a different effect, creating a "different place".
This is the best chance to see some of the old buildings - of Venetian and Turkish design, that Crete once had across the island - many have since been destroyed by the ravages of war and plunder.