Experience the real Crete with a walk through one of its most picturesque cities. Chania is a kaleidoscope of different elements: ancient ruins, strong local culture and traditions, and delectable cuisine (and yes, you’ll get to taste some!). Escape the tourist traps and dive into secret corners and local neighbourhoods — each stop has a story to tell!
• 4 hours
Explore Chania Old Town with a local food lover on a 3-hour food walking tour, on a route that covers the atmospheric backstreets and little-known cafes that only locals seem to know. In between sampling Cretan specialties such as olives, ‘koulouri,’ sweet pie and more, learn about the city history and see some of its finest landmarks including Chania Cathedral.
• 3 hours
Wine tour to family wineries, olive oil factory and magnificent places to admire the nature’ s miracle…
• 7 hours
There are plenty of things to see and do on Crete. Between the jaw-droppingly beautiful, sun-splashed villages and the healthy Mediterranean cuisine, Crete is a feast for the senses. But make sure to take the time for a hike in the Samaria Gorge. This guided 10-mile (16-km) walk takes you to a place of stunning natural beauty. Get picked up in Chania by a comfortable bus and then prepare to be wowed by the gorge, as high limestone cliffs and quaint villages create the background for a great hike.
• 13 hours
The Samariá Gorge is a National Park of Greece since 1962 on the island of Crete – a major tourist attraction of the island – and a World's Biosphere Reserve.
• 12 hours
Hop in a Land Rover and let it take you on a culinary and cultural journey through Crete. This Greek island is renowned for its wine and olive oil. On this full-day guided tour from Chania, see how olives are harvested and turned into extra-virgin olive oil. Visit an olive mill and check out a 3,000-year-old olive tree. Sip wine while touring a vineyard. Commune with sheep and goats while making your way around the island in the Land Rover before visiting a 16th-century house where you’ll learn all about Cretan knife production. Finally, enjoy a typical Cretan meal in a small tavern.
• 8 hours
There’s something about experiencing village life in another country that gives the traveler a feeling of deep authenticity. Get that feeling on this 6-hour guided tour through the best of Crete’s hamlets. Visit the 17th-century monastery of Agia Triada, set among olive groves and vineyards, and learn how olive oil and wine are made there. Then stop and take in views of the Souda Gulf at Koules Fortress before moving on to the unspoiled village of Maheri. And enjoy a hearty lunch at a classic Cretan tavern.
• 6 hours
Visit one of western Crete’s highlights on a full-day trip to Elafonissi Island from Chania. After traveling by coach to the west of the sun-baked island, there is the first stop at a traditional village for half an hour and then spend your rest of the day on idyllic Elafonissi Island, where you can sunbathe, swim or explore at leisure.
• 14 hours
The ideal spot for SUP regardless of your level! Loutraki’s crystal clear and calm water creates the perfect environment for you to stand on your paddleboard! Suitable for all ages, provides all common tourist amenities and it is very well organized. For our first timers we explore the bay, to increase our confidence and then we paddle towards a small cave with magnificent colors. A unique opportunity to enjoy your time with your family on the water!
• 2 hours
Atmospheric Chania, the second-largest city on the island of Crete, offers up seaside beauty, historic architecture, and all kinds of evocative, hidden gems to discover. On this private, full-day tour, your local host Kostas will introduce you to the city's charms, from a walk around the Venetian Harbor and a Cretan food tasting to a tour of the Halepa District, one of the city’s most historic neighborhoods.
• 8 hours