This Hania institution in a Venetian building offers smooth jazz, soft rock and blues (sometimes live) in a setting brimming with jazz paraphernalia, including a saxophone beer tap. The action picks up after 10pm.
While performances are often in Greek, kids (and kids at heart) will be mesmerised by the puppets that take the stage in this tiny, relaxed theatre. Shows are usually Sunday at 11am but stop by to confirm. The neigh…
On the eastern side of the beach, this summer-only, open-air club is an age-old favourite. Kicks off after midnight and can get surprisingly lively for such a small town.
Fortuna, on the left before the entrance to the town, is a great open-air place for a late-night drink. Things really get going after midnight.
Three nights a week in summer, films (usually in English and subtitled in Greek) are screened at Paleohora’s outdoor cinema.
A modern amphitheatre surrounded by pine trees; it gets busiest during the Renaissance Festival
If you’re into rock and roll, this funky place scores high on the groove-meter.
This small open-air cinema near the fortress shows mostly new-release movies.
In summer, the Nikos Kazantzakis Open-Air Theatre also screens movies. It’s behind the Jesus Bastion. Follow Evans south for about 700m, turn right on Papandreou and right on Georgiadou. The theatre will be on your …
Located in the Talos Plaza mall on the waterfront west of the centre, Odeon is good for non-dubbed Hollywood blockbusters.