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Do & See

Fort Firca

The calm ruins of the Venetian fort have lovely sea views. Its fascinating Naval Museum (next door) recalls Chania’s maritime tradition. This is also where the Greek flag first was raised.
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Limnoupolis Water Park

This is the kids’ choice with waterslides, pools and a lazy river. For grown-ups there is a Jacuzzi and pool bar. Shops and eateries add to the attractions.
Samaria Gorge

Samaria Gorge

This famous 16 kilometre hike down a spectacular mountain gorge reaches the south coast. You will need sturdy shoes, water and a hat! A good idea is to sleep one night nearby and take the bus back to Chania the next day.
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Boat trips

Glass-bottomed boats cross in crystal waters to nearby St Theodore Island. Others sail to idyllic Stavros beach on Akrotiri Peninsula. The prices vary so do not hesitate to walk around to compare between the different companies.
Blue Adventures Diving

Blue Adventures Diving

There are at least two scuba diving centers in Chania - Blue Adventures Diving and Omega Divers. They are both certified and have good reputation in the scuba business.
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Omega Divers

Going scuba diving will let you peek into a new world of seldom seen creatures and will let you be a part of another element for some time.
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Botanical Park & Gardens of Crete

The Botanical Park & Gardens of Crete welcomes you to 20 hectares of herbs, medicinal, ornamental plants and fruit trees from around the world. The nature and the colours is a wonderful experience for the whole family and worth a visit.
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Maritime Museum of Crete

Maritime Museum of Crete is a great place to spend a couple of hours and get to know Greece a bit better. On the first floor you will find an interesting movie about the history of Crete. The view over the harbour and lighthouse from here is amazing.
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