The Naval Museum has an interesting collection of model ships dating from the Bronze Age, and naval instruments, paintings, photographs...
Neorio tou Moro
Just beyond the Maritime Museum, the Neorio tou Moro is a hip new art gallery that opened in 2011, with temporary modern art exhibits....
Runs daily cruises around Souda Bay that stop at caves and beaches.
If you have wheels, take a 4km drive up the hill to where the great statesman Eleftherios Venizelos is buried. The owl-themed cafe and...
Megeireion Peina Leon
This friendly place up in the quiet Halepa neighbourhood has great ambience, with big, wood-silled glass doors and original tiled...
Lonely Planet review
It can be tricky to find, but this solitary fish taverna in a tiny port among the ruins of Hania’s old tanneries is one of the best eateries in Crete. As well as the superb setting, it has fresh fish and excellent mezedhes such as tender octopus in wine vinegar and melt-in-your-mouth kalamari (calamari, squid), as well as a delicious fisherman’s salad. Take a taxi or follow El Venizelou around the coast, turning left at Noel St as soon as you veer away from the coast.