Situated in a quiet location and very close to the General Hospital of Chania, the apartment sets on the ground floor of a two-floor residence on a plot of land of 903m² in total.
Entering the house, there is an open area, including a cozy living room with hidden ceiling lighting and a very functional kitchen, equipped with all the necessary electrical devices, such as refrigerator, built-in oven/microwave, and dish washer.
This area opens by two balcony doors to a large veranda of 30m², where you can sunbathe under the Greek Mediterranean weather during the day, or alternatively indulge in a drink during the evening.
Furthermore, there are 3 bedrooms with big closet wall units and balconies doors, and a bathroom with bathtub.
The garden surrounds the residence is full of green and trees, offering privacy and tranquility. Inside the courtyard, there is a beautiful relaxation area included a great pergola where you can enjoy memorable family and friends moments! With other words, outdoor space is a true haven of rest!
All rooms have a/c, while the apartment has solar system, autonomous heat system and a covered parking lot upon main entrance.
Chania is a unique city bearing a rich and long history and culture. Its name is often glorified in historical documents as the city raised brave soldiers, groundbreaking politicians, intellectuals and artists.
It is considered the city of Justice and Freedom and its rare beauty justifies its characterization as the "Venice of the East". The city of Chania was a crossroad between the East and the West for many centuries, and for this reason it was claimed by its enemies and suffered the presence of many conquerors.
The old city of Chania has managed to preserve its cultural heritage and traditional architecture and to successfully combine it with its modern lifestyle.
A walk in the narrow streets of the old city offers nostalgic images from the past.
We invite you to visit our lovely city and its unique monuments, the Grand Arsenal, the Egyptian Lighthouse, the Venetian dockyard ("Neoria") ect.
Walk through the streets and discover the numerous churches and the majestic neoclassic buildings.
Enjoy the sea breeze at the portside, the colors of the old city and taste the local cuisine in picturesque restaurants and taverns
The city of Chania is located on the north-east part of the Prefecture of Chania.
It is the capital of the prefecture and its administrative, economic, commercial and transportation center.
It has a population of over 60.000 residents and is built over the ruins of the ancient city of Kydonia.
Since the ancient times, the city of Chania has faced many conquerors and the influences of many civilizations through time, evident on the city monuments.
The beautiful city of Chania managed to preserve its original colors and historical character, despite the fast-growing tourist industry.
It is considered as one of the most beautiful cities of Greece and the most picturesque city of Crete. The city of Chania is also characterized by a rich cultural life. A plethora of cultural events are organized every year (exhibitions, festivals, theatrical and musical performances, ect.).
The city has an airport and the port of Souda, the largest natural port of the Mediterranean.
The Municipal Market is one of the most central spots in the city, hosted in a 1913 building.
In a short distance from the center, there is the Municipal Garden and next to it, the park "Eirinis kai Filias" (meaning, the "park of peace and friendship.
The Municipal Garden is one of the most beautiful in Crete, and it also includes a small zoo with animals of the Cretan flora.
The Venetian port provides pleasant promenades through picturesque streets and attracts many visitors throughout the year.
There are also many bars and restaurants by the seaside for every taste.
The districts of the city outside the walls still preserve their Venetian nobility.
Narrow passages surrounded by elegant houses built in different historical periods offer visitors pleasant routes to discover.
Many neoclassic buildings are also preserved in neighboring districts, such as in "Halepa".