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about chania

Chania is one of the most internationally popular municipalities of Crete. This is due to its rich heritage, both in places of significant archaeological importance and in the innumerable preserved monuments in the city of Chania and in other areas of the municipality, evidence of its long history.

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One of the most significant archaeological sites that are preserved till today is the archaeological site of Kasteli, where you can see the ruins of the ancient Kydonia, the ancient Aptera and Intzedin castle.


Much of the Chania you are guaranteed to want to see is close to the Venetian harbor, just 12 minutes from Nephroxenia Chania.

You can explore the narrow shopping streets or rest at the waterfront restaurants that offer a great variety of food, admiring an atmosphere similar to Florence and Venice but with the distinctive touch of the Cretan culture.


The 16km long gorge filled with rare flora and fauna is one of the most visited tourist attraction of Crete. Starting at an altitude of 1230 meters deep in the White Mountains surrounded by dense pinewoods and coming to an end at the black sand beach of the village of Agia Roumeli at the Libyan sea.

Walking through the "Iron Gates", Gorge’s narrowest point, the visitor will experience the stunning natural beauty of the longest gorge in Europe.


In a 50 minute drive from Nephroxenia Chania is the turquoise waters of Falasarna beach. A large stretch of soft sand part of the EC ecological network Natura 2000 that can easily be a favorite.

Well organized with sunbeds, umbrellas and watersports, proper for either families or friends and couples Falasarna is a beautiful beach that can never get crowded and where you can probably enjoy the most amazing sunset in Crete, where the sun meets the Mediterranean waters.


From ruins of ancient cities and museums to karting, modern water parks, scuba diving and paragliding, Chania has it all and guarantees an enjoyable stay.

Why not take a ride by the beach and then enjoy an insight into regional cuisine via a private tour designed for food lovers?

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about Chalkidiki

Halkidiki is a region in northern Greece known for its jutting peninsulas, which feature Mediterranean forests that give way to sandy beaches in sheltered bays. Kassandra, the westernmost peninsula, is the most developed, offering modern resorts and nightclubs. The region's notable archaeological sites include Stageira, Aristotle’s birthplace, and Olynthus, known for its well-preserved mosaic floors.

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A Prehistoric cave full of impressive stalactites and stalagmites in perfect condition and the home of the oldest ever European man discovered in 1959 by villagers is just a 30 minute drive from Nephroxenia Chalkidiki.

In the same cave researchers have discover various fossils including rinos, panthers and elephants. Take the guided tour it’s well worth it!


A unique combination of forest laying over crystal clear waters and beaches for every taste.

The peninsula of Sithonia has it all, bars and nightlife as well as isolated beaches with white sand and small taverns serving fresh fish under the pine trees. Explore Sithonia and find your own perfect spot to spend your days in.


The Kassandra peninsula is always ready to welcome the thousands of visitors from all around the world that are eager to enjoy not only the white sandy beaches with crystal clear waters but also a vibrant nightlife with bars, clubs and restaurants as well as luxurious hotels for all preferences. Walk through the villages of Afytos, Pefkochori and Hanioti along their stone narrow streets and squares where you can find a big variety of stores and restaurants. We recommend a tour around the peninsula as there are a lot of places worth seeing.


Commonly known as the “Holy Mountain”, it is famous for its 1.800 years of continuous Christian presence and its long historic monastic traditions. Experience the tranquility and devoutness of living among the monks. Visit the Greek, Russian, Serbian and Bulgarian monasteries in a place where Virgin Mary can be the only female presence and where women are not allowed. As there are special permissions to be acquired before visiting, let us help you organize a boat trip to the “Holy Mountain” from Ouranoupolis, which is an hour drive from Nephroxenia Chalkidiki. You can also just take a boat tour around the “Holy Mountain”.

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about corfu

Corfu, the second largest of the Ionian Islands, was inhabited since the Palaeolithic period and is bound up with Greek mythology. The so called “Island of Phaeacians” is where the mythical sea adventure of Homer's Odyssey (Ulysses) is unfold. With a breeze of Venetian, natural, historical and archaeological interest, a historic city-jewel and pristine beaches with crystal clear waters on a green background, the island of Corfu attracts a wide range of travellers.

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The Old Town, UNESCO World Heritage Site, with its old and new fortresses is at the center of interest. On the east side of the old town, the first (old) fortress of Corfu rises, dating from the Byzantine period. Buildings of rare beauty and architectural value, Spianáda Square with Liston (the most famous pedestrian street in the city), the arched gallery, the walks on the cantounia (narrow alleys) and the Campiello district, the oldest and most picturesque quarter of the city are just some of the sights which can be seen in the old town of Corfu.


The Achilleion Palace was built by Empress of Austria Elisabeth of Bavaria, also known as Sisi. The palace surrounded with classic Greek statues is a monument to platonic romanticism and was named after Achilles. The place abounds with paintings and statues of Achilles, both in the main hall and in the lavish gardens depicting the heroic and tragic scenes of the Trojan war. The architectural style is Pompeian and has many parallels to that of the Russian imperial residence in Crimea.


The most touristic resort located northwest of the island has been suggested to be the place where Odysseus disembarked and met princess Nausicaa for the first time (in Homer’s Odyssey). The monastery of Virgin Mary in Palaiokastritsa dates from 1225 and is a lovely pastel-hued monastery with views over Paleokastrítsa’s rocky coves.


This villa was first built as a summer residence for the British Lord High Commissioner of the United States of the Ionian Islands, Frederick Adam. After the union with Greece in 1864, the estate was granted to King George I as a summer residence and he renamed it Mon Repos. Several royal births have taken place at the villa, including that of Prince Philip, Duke of Edinburgh. Mon Repos has been transformed into a museum and a historic place with a large park full of archaeological treasures.


The Channel of love also known as Canal d’amour is one of Corfu’s true natural wonders features fascinating rock formations and secluded coves surrounded by the idyllic waters of the Ionian Sea. It is situated between the villages Sidari and Peroulades, on the northern coasts of the island. It is an opening created by the corrosive effect of the water and the air above the cliff made of sandstone. It was named after the legend that states that all couples swimming there remain in love forever.

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