Nea Chora, which is the nearest beach in the city of Chania, is one of the favorite beaches of the citizens of Chania, with shallow water - suitable for children - and organized tourist infrastructure, as it can also be accessed on foot.
The beach includes infrastructure for disabled persons. There are many taverns near the beach, where the visitor can eat fresh fish. Every summer, during the first ten days of September, the Municipality of Chania organizes Sardine festival on the beach of Nea Chora that attracts thousands of visitors providing them with free fish.
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Chania in Crete is located on the westernmost side of the island.
Although some places have developed in tourist resorts, most beaches and villages in Chania keep their authentic style.
The northern side is more developed and lined up with luxurious tourist resorts and organized beaches.
This is where the most popular beach villages of Chania are found.
On the contrary, the southern side is secluded and more traditional, with small seaside villages and unorganized beaches.
Due to the long history and rich culture, the region of Chania keeps evident its traditional architecture.
A walk in the Old Town with the intense Medieval architecture is a walk back in time. The Venetian port of Chania Town is the most characteristic spot of western Crete.
Holidays in Chania combines relaxation in amazing beaches, historical visits and experience of authentic life.
The region of Chania Greece, or Hania, is located on the western side of Crete island, one of the most popular Greek islands.
It has amazing places to visit, from secret villages and fabulous beaches to interesting sightseeing.
The most famous town is Chania Town, with the characteristic Venetian, Turkish and traditional architecture.
The most impressive beaches are Balos, Elafonissi and Falassarna, while there are innumerable other amazing beaches around the coastline, from organized resorts to totally secluded coves.