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A few words about the history of Chania…
The city of Chania is built according to archaeological research on the ruins of ancient Kydonia, which, according to mythology, was founded by Kydon and is mentioned by Homer as one of the most important cities of Crete, while the Kydonians are considered a pre-Greek race. Chania is a beautiful result of a mixture of Eastern and Western cultures.
During ancient times and modern world history, the old port was a crossroads of five continents, which breathed Minoan air around 3,000-2,800 BC. Also in this port lived and created one of the most important cities of ancient Crete, ancient Kydonia until the end of the 7th century AD, while it was trampled many times by Romans, Byzantines, Venetians, Turks, Jews, Egyptians and Arabs to late 19th century when it was liberated.
Finally, in 1913 and with the decisive help of the great Greek politician Eleftherios Venizelos, Chania - like the rest of Crete - was united with the rest of Greece.
Chania Villas, a villa and a ground floor apartment are located in Daratso village, 1,5 km away from the Agioi Apostoloi beach and 5 km away from the city center.
Both Villa PENELOPE and the ground floor apartment DIMITRA have private pools and are built with the traditional element of stone, surrounded by green grass and unobstructed view.
The villas overlook the endless blue of the Cretan Sea and the wider area of Chania, offering moments of relaxation and bliss.
Perfect for families and groups of friends.
Chania villas’ geographical location offers easy access to all locations of Chania and Crete. The airport and port are 20 km and 12km away, respectively.
A bus stop is only 400m away and within 1 km, guests can find shops, restaurants, supermarkets, café, tourist offices, bookstores, beauty salons, pharmacies, ATMs, and sports facilities.
The nearest mini market and restaurant are 700 m away in the village square.
We are looking forward to welcoming you!