As for what we have to do in Chania, it is a case that passes the day until the sun sets and the lights from the cafes, restaurants and bars around the harbor come and life begins. Like most port cities, expensive coffee has taken the best spot on the waterfront and the cheapest and most traditional restaurants are on the outskirts and alleys.

There are also some interesting non-traditional restaurants scattered around the old town that you will meet on your wanderings. Most of the bars, discos and nightclubs are located inside the harbor.

The beaches are to the west and to the beach of the city that is calm and pleasant, but it can be filled in the summer. The restaurant's waterfront line, so you can enjoy a good meal by the sea after baking in the sun. But, for the adventurous travelers to be in Crete, without a car is like being in Manhattan without a wallet. Your days should be spent exploring the island. If he came to put out on the beach and watch people should be on the beach of Elounda and Ag. Nicholas.

Antiquities in this area include Phalassarna with Cyclopean walls, tombs and carved stone carvings, the ancient city of Aptera, about 15km from Chania south of Souda, where there is a Roman theater with huge vaulted tanks, a temple of Demeter and the cyclopean walls.

From the Byzantine era, there is the Monastery of the Virgin of the Angels Gouvernetos or with an impressive façade, the Rotunda of Archangel Michael with mosaic floors and frescoes and the monastery of Agia Triada with a fine gate, built in 1632.