Crete’s western corner offers up some fantastic history and scenery; and this day trip is great for taking it all in.
Your first stop is the World War ll Cemetery at Souda Bay. With it’s green lawns edging the bay’s shores, this poignant place is home to over 1,500 graves of British and Commonwealth soldiers who died here during the 1841 Battle of Crete.

After visiting the nearby grave of Crete’s national hero, Eleftherios Venizelos, you’ll then continue on to Chania. Set around an old harbour and threaded with cobbled lanes, it’s one of Crete’s most beautiful harbour towns. After a guided tour, you’ll get the chance for a spot of shopping, perhaps snapping up leather goods along the town’s famous” Leather Lane”.

Next, you’ll drive to Vrisses, where you can sample some of Crete’s home grown wines. And last but not least, you’ll stop at Lake Kournas, Crete’s largest lake. There’s time here to relax over drinks and admire the views before your return journey.

Meeting/pick-up point: Pick-up from the hotels.
Start/opening time: 7.15-9.15am. br> End/closing time: 5pm approx.. return to the hotels.
Others: Includes transportation and guide.

What´s included

Assistance or guided tour

Product price detail

In English – Pick up from hotels in Georgioupolis

Age of child

Appropriate age for child ticket from 2 to 12 years


CreteCrete is the largest Greek island of Greece, located in the southern side of the Aegean Sea. One of the most popular destinations of the country, holidays in Crete is the dream of a lifetime for millions of tourists. However, despite the tourist development in some places, Crete Greece also keeps intact its unique character. Read more

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