Etz Hayyim Synagogue
Crete’s only remaining synagogue (dating from the 15th century) was badly damaged in WWII and reopened in 1999. It sports a mikve ...
Captain Nick’s Glass Bottom Boat
The best bet among Hania’s lackluster day-trip boats, Captain Nick cruises the nearby offshore islands and has snorkeling equipment on...
The setting alone in the beautifully restored 16th-century Venetian Church of San Francisco is reason to visit this fine collection of...
Housed in a roofless Venetian building on a small lane accessible only from Kondylaki street in the old town, this popular summer-only...
Fine dining without the pretence. Both tourists and neighbourhood denizens give this place top marks for its creative Cretan fare that...
Zambeliou 49 · interesting places nearby
Taverna Tamam information
This excellent, convivial taverna in a converted Turkish bathhouse fills with chatting locals at tables spilling out onto the street. Dishes incorporate Middle Eastern spices, and include tasty soups and a superb selection of vegetarian specialities. Cretan delicacies include tender goat with staka (a rich goat’s milk sauce).