Chania or Hania as it is known locally, is the capital of Western Crete and is popular with both Greek and foreign visitors alike. It offers something for all visitors, with its harbour, museums, excellent indoor market and the Old Quarter of narrow cobbled streets packed with interesting shops, bars and restaurants. This historic town is considered the most beautiful in Crete and is located 14 kilometers from the international airport and is home to a population of 55,000. At the heart of Hania sits the harbour built by the Venetians at the time of their occupation. The only remaining complete Venetian harbour in Europe, ruled over by the impressive, recently restored Lighthouse.

Visit the Turkish quarter or tour the local churches, synagogue or former mosque.


Hania is a vibrant place, rich in Byzantine, Venetian and Turkish history.  Enjoy a relaxing meal or drink in one of the many harbour front tavernas, with the White Mountains as a spectacular backdrop.

Properties for sale in Chania

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Chania - 1 bed historical home
A newly renovated, one bedroom, historical house situated in the back streets of the Venitan harbour area of Chania is currently available for sale in Crete. Fully renovated and ready to move into, this picturesque home with the living areas spread over 3 storeys is an opportunity not to be missed. The property is only a 2 min walk to the harbour front and all the harbour areas. The main shopping areas of Chania and Chania beach are also with walking distance.
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Rentals available in Chania

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Hotel Neli Studios
In one of the exquisite and romantic lanes of Chania, Crete can be found the traditional hotel Neli Studios. It consists of four separate buildings, three of which are two-storey and one three-storey all of which date back to 1840 and are constructed in accordance with Venetian architecture including at the same time some elements of Turkish architecture, as well. In the past, they were used as residences. These buildings have been joined and the renovation has preserved their original for ...
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