1. Prophet Elias.
We’ll start our walk from Hill of Prophet Elias. There’s a great view over the city from one side and blue waves and White Mountains on the other.
2. Holy Trinity Monastery (Agia Triada) The Holy Trinity (Agia Triada) Monastery is probably the most impressive monastic complex of the final period of Venetian rule on Crete, due to both its scale and architectural form. The monastery Agia Triada lies surrounded by large fields planted with olive groves, vineyards, and cypress trees in the northeast area of the Akrotiri peninsula.
3. Old Chania Market We’ll walk to Old Market, which is considered one of the best in Europe. The saying “Greece has everything” turns out to be true here. Local produce, honey, tea and coffee, seafood and fish. Find something unique here to take home as a memory or as a gift.
4. Chania Town Chania is the most beautiful city of Crete with rich history and amazing architecture. It's deeply connected with Greek, Venetian, and Turkish heritage. We invite you to see it's most famous places as well as a couple of hidden gems that will show you real Crete.