Anendyk operates ferries between Hora Sfakion and Paleohora on a seasonally changing schedule, also stopping in Loutro, Agia Roumeli and Sougia. Boats make extended stops in Agia Roumeli to accommodate Samaria Gorge…
From May to October, ferries on Anendyk's Paleohora–Agia Roumeli route stop in Sougia. The trip to either Paleohora or Agia Roumeli takes about 40 minutes and costs €11.20 and €11, respectively. In Agia Roumeli, you…
This company runs ferries to Gavdos Island from Hora Sfakion (via Loutro and Agia Roumeli, €21.20) and from Paleohora (via Agia Roumeli and Sougia, €23.30) two to three times per week. Check online for schedules.
This professional outfit runs shuttle buses to the trailheads for Agia Irini and Samaria gorges three times a week (per person €15). Private rides cost €50 and €65, respectively.
Captain George has several boats for up to 15 passengers that serve the remote south coast beaches like Lissos, Tripiti and Pefki and also go out to Paleohora and Agia Roumeli.
Rents cars, motorcycles and bicycles. Weekly car rentals start at €147, including full insurance. The affiliated travel agency can arrange tours and tickets.
Anek operates nightly ferries between Piraeus and Hania (per person/car from €38/49, nine hours). Buy tickets online or at the port; reserve ahead for cars.
There's a daily small ferry to Sweetwater Beach (per person €4). A boat taxi for up to six people costs €25 to Sweetwater and €40 to Loutro.
Hania’s airport is 14km east of town on the Akrotiri Peninsula and is served year-round from Athens and seasonally from throughout Europe.
Anendyk ferries to Sougia, Agia Roumeli and Gavdos Island leave from the quay at the far southern end of the Halikia pebble beach.