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DESCRIPTION OF ALEXANDROS STUDIOS & APARTMENTS
Just 100 metres away from the beach of Nea Chora, Alexandros offers studios and apartments with a private balcony and free Wi-Fi access. The scenic city of Chania is 1 km away. Alexandros Studios & Apartments are tastefully furnished and enjoy garden views. Each includes a kitchenette with refrigerator and a dining area. All units are also equipped with air conditioning, a TV and hairdryer. Within 100 metres, guests can find super markets, restaurants and car rental services. The port of Souda is 8 km away, while Chania International Airport is at 9 km. Free on-site parking is available.Please note that linens and towels are provided free of charge.
Check-in from 14:00
check-out prior to 12:00
Air Conditioned A/C
Internet ( WiFi )
Refrigerator - Mini bar
Room TV Set
WC / Bath
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The westernmost side of Crete, Chania is a wonderful place for vacations. The Town is a romantic place to stroll around, with Medieval architecture, elegant mansions and a wonderful Venetian port, the most famous spot of the town. In close distance to Chania Town, there are many tourist beaches and hotels. However, you should not
Sports & nature
There are many chances for alternative activities in Chania, apart from beach holidays. Diving is gradually developing in the region of Chania as the coastline of Crete is rich is sea flora, rare fish species, ancient wrecks and other interesting diving spots. Most diving centres are found on the northern coasts of Chania and offer diving trips and courses of all levels. Windsurfing and kitesurfing are also developing in the western coasts of Chania. The region of Chania is also perfect for hiking. In fact, many hikers come to Crete mostly in spring and autumn to walk the hiking trails in the inland. Along their way, they see interesting sights, authentic villages and secluded beaches. Samaria Gorge is the most popular hiking spot in Chania. Before flying back home, taste and buy local traditional products and souvenirs from Crete.
The nightlife in Chania is simply spectacular and intense. Whether you are a fan of rock, jazz or dance music in the capital of Chania, you can find a wide variety of atmospheric bars and lounge cafes that stay open till a bit after midnight. Outside the town, there are also few clubs that stay open till the early hours and play loud music. The most popular bars are found in the old port of Chania or at the backstreets of the Medieval Town. In the famous tourist places of the region, like Platanias and Agia Marina, there are few all-night clubs with loud music. For a more peaceful night out, you can just go for a dinner by the sea in the many taverns in the prefecture of Chania. In these taverns, try the local wine and raki.
Culture and history info
The museums of Chania feature excellent archaeological findings and hundreds of exhibits which outline the diachronic influence of the island's cultural history. The most important museum of Chania that provides much insight into the Cretan history is the Archaeological Museum of Chania located in the Catholic church of Saint Francis. The permanent exhibition covers a long period from the Neolithic to Roman times, discovered in the surrounded excavated sites. Ceramics, pottery, sculptures, statuettes and excellent mosaics are on display. An outstanding collection from the Byzantine era can be viewed in the Venetian church of Saint Salvatore including frescoes, jewellery, sculptures and other specimens of that time. The War Museum of Askyfou is a tribute to the Cretan men who fought for their freedom and is found at the centre of Chania with great historical relics and printed material. In the heart of the old town you can visit the Folklore Museum which hosts several items from the private collection of the locals.