Chania Regional Unit
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From Georgioupolis: Half-Day Quad ATV Safari

1. From Georgioupolis: Half-Day Quad ATV Safari

Discover the Mountains of Crete and experience driving a 450cc ATV quad bike in the morning or the evening. Feel the fresh air on your face as you cross shallow rivers and explore hidden hills and small gorges that are only known to the local shepherds. Feel enchanted by the changing landscape of Crete and have guaranteed fun driving on the dirt roads. You will be accompanied by an experienced guide who will introduce you to wonderful Cretan landscapes and will entertain you with fascinating local tales and Cretan culture. This perfect holiday will give both you and your family a treasure chest of memories to share and look back on.

Chania: Old City & Harbor Combo Segway Tour

2. Chania: Old City & Harbor Combo Segway Tour

Vist areas such as the Old city, Venetian Harbor, Nea Chora, Kum Kapi and Splantzia on this tour. Arrive at the office 15-20 minutes before your tour begins to be geared up with headsets and helmets, followed by a brief safety training from your tour leader and practice driving a Segway before you go, so that you can feel safe and relaxed. Then it’s time to enjoy your tour and have fun! Discover all the historical information about the monuments we visit on the way in your chosen language. Enjoy having a personal guide that will take you around the Old City, showing you its secrets and providing you with insider tips. In the days that follow your tour you will receive a link to download your tour photos. The tour ends back at the office.

Chania: City Highlights Small Group Bike Tour

3. Chania: City Highlights Small Group Bike Tour

Cycle the Old Harbor of Chania on a 9km small group bike tour, and see the archaeological and architectural wonders of the city. Experience the beauty of the Venetian and Byzantine walls, the Venetian Neoria, and the impressive Firka fortress. Let your guide show you all the spots that only the locals know and glide through the bohemian neighborhood of Splantzia. Admire the Cathedral of the Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary and step inside this Greek Orthodox church. Snap pictures on the most picturesque harbor of Greece and enjoy views of the lighthouse. Sip on ice tea at local hotspot and take in the panoramic views of old harbor while munching on an energy bar. Go for a refreshing dip at Nea Chora beach Ride at your own level, as the route is designed for the average cyclist. Follow your guide to avoid the busy city traffic and find the flattest paths.

Alternative Chania:Neighborhoods Guided Bike Tour & Pastries

4. Alternative Chania:Neighborhoods Guided Bike Tour & Pastries

This is an alternative tour which lets you see another face of Chania, seen from a non touristic point of view, exploring for about two and half hours neighborhoods such as Agora (Municipal Market), Dikastiria (Court area), Halepa (aristocratic neighbourhood of Chania) and Tabakaria (old tanneries). We will pass by Venizelos House and the Russian Style Church of Agia Magdalini. During this ride you will see the rest of the city which also has its history and beauty. It is a tour which invites you to explore, to enjoy and to look deeply. At the end we will taste traditional pastries and a beer (or soft drink) on the nightfall. Throught the most eco friendly way you will see and live it like a local would. You will need medium level biking skills cause there will be few small uphills during this ride. The ride it takes place in the city traffic and not in a bike lane.

Crete: Chania Trikke Tour Through the Centuries

5. Crete: Chania Trikke Tour Through the Centuries

Climb aboard an electric trikke for a 75-minute guided tour of Chania, the 2nd largest city on Crete and full of buildings that tell a fascinating history, from the Venetian and Ottoman eras, to modern day times. Meet your guide for a safety briefing and orientation of the 3-wheel bike. Once you feel comfortable and confident to operate it, head off down the narrow streets of Chania’s Old Town. Stop to take photographs and strategic points. Photos of your tour will be sent to you electronically at no extra charge once the tour is over. Glide through the Harbor to see the Chania Lighthouse, Venetian Walls, and site of the Maritime Museum. Marvel at the imposing walls of Firkas Fortress, and discover the location of the Byzantine Museum. Pass the “Gate of the Sand” at Sabbionara, see the Dry Docks of Neoria, and go to Yialli Mosque. Next, trikke into the heart of the Old Town, and visit Splantzia Square. Take photos of the Turkish Minaret and Synagogue. Experience everyday life at Chania Market and on Halidon Str. Continue past landmark attractions such as the Orthodox Cathedral, and see a statue of Saint Francis of Assisi outside the Catholic Church. Discover architectural adornments from various epochs, and experience the warm hospitality of the Greeks.

Chania, Crete: 90-Minute Segway Night Tour

6. Chania, Crete: 90-Minute Segway Night Tour

Cruise through the night scenery of the beautiful Old City of Chania. Explore the Old Venetian Port on 2 wheels. Glide past the Venetian Gate, which is the only perserved gate of the Venetian fortifications. In the Kum Kapi area, the Turkish district of Chania, find a myriad cafeterias and local Greek taverns.   On the way, soak up some historical information about the monuments and landmarks you pass. Follow your guide through the night, as he/she reveals the secret paths of the Old City, and any tips they might have. A few days after the tour, reflect on this memory with a link to all your tour photos.

Chania: Guided Halepa Segway Tour

7. Chania: Guided Halepa Segway Tour

Discover the exterior of the east Venetian walls, near the sandy beaches of the Kum Kapi area, which in the old days was a village of poor North African slaves. Throughout your Segway tour, historical information will be provided from your audio-guide system. The Halepa area played an important role in the history of Crete, as the famous "Halepa Agreement" was signed on October 1878 between Ottomans and Cretans for the assignment of a limited autonomous regime in the island. You will also see traditional and beautiful buildings, as well as the Consulates of the Great Powers, the school of San Joseph (where nuns taught French and savoir vivre to the rich girls), the Palace (which was the house of the High Commissioner Prince George in 1898), and the Residence of the Prime Minister of Greece (Eleftherios Venizelos). You will also see the elegant church of Aghia Magdalene, which was built by Prince George and dedicated to Mary Magdalene in commemoration of a visit of his sister Maria to Chania, the wife of the Grand Duke of Russia. Before your tour ends, you will be able to enjoy a small tasting in the district of Splantzia.

Chania: City Highlights Trikke Tour

8. Chania: City Highlights Trikke Tour

During this tour, see the highlights of Chania with an electornic Trikke tour. Start by traversing the Old Town and continue to the Venetian Harbor. What's more, explore of the Halepa area and marvel at the great houses with their new classic architecture. Spot the magnificent church of St. Magdalene along the way. Next, visit the old neighborhood of the tanners, a place where they were making shoes and leather clothes in a traditional manner. On the western side of the town you will visit a graphical port with the fisher sloops. Finish the tour driving through the picturesque beach of Nea Hora.

Chania: 3-Hour Guided Segway Tour

9. Chania: 3-Hour Guided Segway Tour

Begin your guided Segway tour with a brief safety instructions tutorial and practice riding for a few minutes. From the picturesque harbor and beaches of Nea Chora, head to the old city and glide through its narrow alleys. Follow your guide to see Chania's major sights and historical landmark, the Old Venetian Harbor.  Cruise east towards the Kum Kapi area until reaching the former aristocratic area of Halepa. Learn about the neighborhood's turbulent and political 19th-century history. From here head back to the old city and into to the Splantzia district, once the Turkish quarter.  Along the way listen to your guide as they provide historical information through your audio guide headset.

Chania: Guided Bike Tour

10. Chania: Guided Bike Tour

Cycle around Chania and soak up its beautiful natural landscape as you peddle. Follow your tour guide on a route from Nea Chora. Admire the picturesque harbor with its sandy beach, before cycling to the venetian harbor and the Old town. Visit the Kum Kapi area and continue on to Halepa – the famous east side of the town which was the scene of important political events during the 19th century. Listen to historical information about the monuments you see from your audio guide system, which is available in a variety of languages. Capture the moment in photos taken by your tour guide. Then, peddle to the Splantzia district, north east from the Old Town. This will be the last area you visit before you finish your tour at the cycle office.

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What people are saying about Chania Regional Unit

Super fun experience. The guide took good care of the less experienced riders. Rugged environment and nice excursion to the olive factory. In short; highly recommended!!!

Great tour with a great guide, interesting stops at the Olive Oil Factory Museum and the new Olive Oil Factory. We could really enjoy breathtaking nature and view.

Very nice tour and very nice guide. I would definitely do it again and recommend it.

It was a great tour, super nice guides. I can only recommend.

Varied, beautiful route through narrow streets. Nice guide