Visit Souda Port

Visit Souda Port

Souda Port is one of Crete’s naval docks. To tourists, it’s a great place to take your camera and snap some photos of the rugged Greek landscape and gleaming coastline. There’s a fort to explore, and you can also catch ferries from there, as well as buses to Chania.
Kiani Beach Resort
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  • 7 Nights, All Inclusive
  • 2 Adults, 0 Children

Kiani Beach Resort

Kalyves, Crete (Chania Area)

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7.6 Km to Visit Souda Port

  • Beachfront
  • Great for families
  • Excellent range of facilities
  • Pirate ship themed playground
  • Superb entertainment programme
Kalyves Beach Hotel
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  • 7 Nights, Half Board
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Kalyves Beach Hotel

Kalyves, Crete (Chania Area)

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9.8 Km to Visit Souda Port

  • Stunning views at the riverside restaurant
  • Great for couples
  • Central location
Venizelos Tombs

Venizelos Tombs

Crete (Chania Area)

Two politicians – father and son – rest in these tombs, placed just outside the city. They’re surrounded by a gorgeous park and gardens. As much as they’re a landmark you may want to visit, you’ll be in for a...

4.4 Km to Visit Souda Port - Map

Koum Kapi Beach

Koum Kapi Beach

Crete (Chania Area)

To the east of Chania’s old town walls, you’ll find Koum Kapi Beach. It’s about a kilometre of soft sand, and the water is clean enough for swimming. It was named after the large gate that led you through to...

5.2 Km to Visit Souda Port - Map

Greek National Football Museum

Greek National Football Museum

Crete (Chania Area)

Here’s one for you footy fans. Walk the corridors of this small museum to learn about the Greek national team’s glory days. There are cabinets full of plenty of photos, trophies and match-worn shirts to...

5.7 Km to Visit Souda Port - Map