Georgioupolis to/from Αεροδρόμιο Χανίων
1-4 Passengers: 60 €
5-8 Passengers: 85 €
Kavros to/from Αεροδρόμιο Χανίων
1-4 Passengers: 65 €
5-8 Passengers: 87 €
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Georgioupolis transfer from/to Αεροδρόμιο Χανίων1-4 Passengers Transfer Price: 60€ 5-8 Passengers Transfer Price: 85€ Perfecture: Chania Region: Apokoronas City / Area: Georgioupolis
Αεροδρόμιο Χανίων προς Γεωργιούπολη Μεταφορά με ταξί & Γεωργιούπολη
Μεταφορά στο αεροδρόμιο Χανίων Ταξί από το αεροδρόμιο των Χανίων προς τη Γεωργιούπολη διαρκεί περίπου 45 λεπτά. Ταξί αεροδρόμιο Χανίων προς Γεωργιούπολη τιμή μεταφοράς. Το γραφείο Taxi Georgioupolis βρίσκεται στη Γεωργιούπολη, ώστε να μπορούμε να προσφέρουμε την καλύτερη τιμή για μεταφορά από και προς το αεροδρόμιο των Χανίων 24/7 σε οποιοδήποτε ξενοδοχείο ή διαμέρισμα στη Γεωργιούπολη.
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Σχετικά με τη Γεωργιούπολη
Η Γεωργιούπολη είναι μια μικρή παραθαλάσσια πόλη του Νομού Χανίων, περίπου 38 χλμ νοτιοανατολικά των Χανίων, στη Δυτική Κρήτη. Η Γεωργιούπολη βρίσκεται σε μια καταπράσινη εξοχή με μια μεγάλη παραλία που εκτείνεται περίπου 1,5 χλμ. Ανατολικά. Η Γεωργιούπολη βρίσκεται στα σύνορα μεταξύ του Νομού Ρεθύμνου στα ανατολικά και του Νομού Χανίων στα δυτικά, αν και ανήκει στο τελευταίο. Η περιοχή γύρω από τη Γεωργιούπολη είναι ο Αποκόρωνας, με τα γραφικά χωριά και το καταπράσινο τοπίο. Η Γεωργιούπολη είναι ιδανική για όλους, καθώς διαθέτει καλές τουριστικές ανέσεις και πολλά καταστήματα που ταιριάζουν σε κάθε επισκέπτη. Οι διακοπές στη Γεωργιούπολη είναι ιδανικές για παρέες φίλων, ζευγαριών και οικογενειών, και γενικά για όσους αναζητούν ήσυχες διακοπές χωρίς να χάσουν νυχτερινή διασκέδαση σε μπαρ και εστιατόρια.
Kavros transfer from/to Αεροδρόμιο Χανίων1-4 Passengers Transfer Price: 65€ 5-8 Passengers Transfer Price: 87€ Perfecture: Chania City / Area: Georgioupolis
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On the border of Chania and the prefecture of Rethymno, about 40 kilometers east of the city of Chania you will find the coastal town Georgioupolis. It is one of the top tourist destinations for holidays in Crete.
4 km west of Georgioupolis is Kavros a long beach with crystal clear waters and golden sands. Kavros and the surrounding areas are recommended for groups of friends, families and couples as they have a greatly developed tourist industry and meet the needs of the visitor who seeks a relaxing holiday but also those who want to enjoy the nightlife in the surrounding bar lounges.
The areas of Kavros and Georgioupolis are ideal for excursions to the neighboring villages of Vamos. Each one is particularly interesting either historically or architecturally. From here also a visit to Rethymno and Chania is recommended and you may even end up in South Crete.
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Kournas Lake transfer from/to Αεροδρόμιο Χανίων1-4 Passengers Transfer Price: 65€ 5-8 Passengers Transfer Price: 87€ Perfecture: Chania City / Area: Georgioupolis
Lake Kournas is a lake on the island of Crete, Greece, near the village of Kournas. It is in the Apokoronas municipality of Chania regional unit close to the border with Rethymno regional unit, 47 km from the town of Chania. Kournas is a fairly large village perched on a hill overlooking the lake.
Crete's only freshwater lake, Lake Kournas, is relatively large, with a perimeter of 3.5 km. Although almost all touristic leaflets say that it is possible to walk around the lake, that is not true. At least not at the end of the rain season (winter). There is a nature preserve on the Southwest of the lake. But there is a rustic road from the North of the lake to the Hills on the West of the lake too.
The lake used to be called Koresia after ancient Korion, a city thought to be in the area with a temple to Athena. The lake reportedly used to be full of eels but now is better known for its terrapins and tourism. Tavernas and pedalo rental shops line part of the shore. Overall, however, the lake retains its beauty, the White Mountains reflected in the mirror-like waters. The width, at the point where the landing stage is built, is about 800 m and the water is of a quality to have caused no ill effects to the writer when he swam across.
If you stand, barefoot, in the water on the sandy beach, tiny fish will (painlessly) nibble dead skin from your feet for free! This is a treatment, which several tourist shops currently (2012) offer at a price.
Road around Lake Kournas
There are two roads that lead to Lake Kournas. As you drive up from the main local road Eparchiaki Odos Georgioupolis-Kournas you will come across road signs posted Lake Kournas Exit 1 and Lake Kournas Exit 2. On Lake Kournas Exit 1 you will come through an area of ten houses and cottages known as Dimitrouliana Metochi(small village) Geolocation: Latitude: 35.33659 | Longitude: 24.2783232,19. A unique feature of Dimitrouliana is a group of stone cottages that were built during the Ottoman rule, during the 1700s and possessing Venetian Architecture. Such houses, can be found in many locations in Crete and have central arches made of thick carved stones and wooden lofts to the left and right sides of the arc. One such cottage with a large central arc is Villa Christiana at the Dimitrouliana Metochi. Lake Kourna's popularity due to its ecosystem, has always been a tourist attraction and many owners have renovated their cottages and homes during the first decade of the second millennium giving an aesthetic look to the area, while preserving the architecture of the structures. The road off the Metochi leads to the lake within 200 meters. As it continues curving along a stretch of the lake, it will come across several isolated restaurants until it reaches to Exit 2 of Lake Kournas. There you can find a more organized structure of taverns and restaurants overlooking the lake. During the tourist season there are pedalos, canoes and sunbed for enjoyment. Leaving the Lake area up the road of Lake Kournas, Exit 2 it leads to the main Eparchiaki Odos of Georgioupolis-Kournas.
Vamos transfer from/to Αεροδρόμιο Χανίων1-4 Passengers Transfer Price: 50€ 5-8 Passengers Transfer Price: 75€ Perfecture: Chania Region: Apokoronas
Vamos (Greek: Βάμος) is a small town and former municipality in the Chania regional unit, Crete, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform "Kallikratis" it is a municipal unit, part of the municipality of Apokoronas, serving as its historical capital. It is situated on a small hill at an altitude of 190 metres (623 feet) above sea level, about 25 kilometres (16 miles) from Chania. In Vamos, one can find several restaurants, snack bars and shops in the village, as well as many public services, such as a fully equipped health center, schools, police station and the regional court for the regions of Apokoronas and Sfakia.
The village is said to have been founded by Arab invaders during the 8th century, which sought refuge in Crete after being expelled from Andalusia. The first official record of the name (Vamo/Vamu) is found on a map of 1577 made by Francesco Barozzi, and according to the Venetian census of 1583 it had 271 inhabitants. The village followed the fate of the rest of Western Crete when the Ottomans invaded the broader area of Apokoronas in 1646 and remained relatively small until the mid-19th century.
According to the Egyptian census of 1834, it is mentioned as Vamos, being inhabited by 30 Christian and 15 Muslim families. Due to its strategic position over the main road from Chania to Rethimno and Heraklion, the village became the seat of a municipality in 1881, and in 1866 Vamos was chosen by Savva Paşa as the capital of the Liva (District) of Sfakia. Within the next years, the village went through a period of increased development, which saw the construction of new public buildings with neoclassical elements, such as the Governorate (Konak/Seray), the Ottoman barracks, water tanks and schools, among which the famous Parthenagogio (Girls' School), which today functions as a municipal hostel. Most of the judicial, political, and military authorities of the broader area were seated in the village. Therefore it is often found in public documents of the era as Saraylıköy, which means "the village with the palace."
For exactly the same reason, the village repeatedly became the target of Christian revolutionaries during the numerous Cretan revolts of the 19th century. Many of its buildings suffered great damage during the revolt of 1878, which were restored by Mahmut Paşa in 1892. One of the most renown events, however, is the siege and fall of Vamos to the revolutionaries under Leonidas Malekakis (Papamalekos) during the revolt of 1895-6, an event that forced the Greek government to revise its policy on the Cretan Question and the European Powers to intervene decisively for its settlement. The result was a preliminary treaty between the revolutionaries and the Ottoman authorities in 1896, which was soon to be followed by the last revolt of 1897 and the withdrawal of the Ottoman army, allowing the creation of the Cretan State, a de facto independent state which remained typically under Ottoman suzerainty until the Balkan Wars of 1912-3, when it eventually united with Greece.
Right below the main square at the top of the hill, one can find the old quarter of Vamos. A group of locals decided to set up here Vamos SA, an enterprise devoted to preserving local heritage and customs, by encouraging a sustainable form of tourism. In this context, several old houses have been refurbished in order to provide accommodation for visitors, and within the next few years, a few tavernas showed up, an art gallery, some picturesque cafés, and a general store selling local products.
Vrisses (Vryses) transfer from/to Αεροδρόμιο Χανίων1-4 Passengers Transfer Price: 50€ 5-8 Passengers Transfer Price: 75€ Perfecture: Chania Region: Apokoronas
The traditional little village of Vrisses lies approx. 35 km from Chania town. The old village square with its tall plane trees, the tavernas and kafenions is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the lush green landscape by the river Vrissanos and taste the renowned and particularly delicious local yogurt.
In Vrises you can find all amenities like a bakery, a mini market, a super market, tavernas and kafenions, a bank and a petrol station. Around Vrises on the foot of the White Mountains you can find many traditional villages and Byzantine churches with frescoes.
Plaka transfer from/to Αεροδρόμιο Χανίων1-4 Passengers Transfer Price: 48€ 5-8 Passengers Transfer Price: 72€
Plaka is a friendly little village, set out in a horseshoe shape on the hillside, with an excellent view of Almyrida and of course Souda Bay and the azure Sea of Crete.
The Plaka village is green with plants and largely preserves its lovely natural environment, as it is set on the slopes of Mount Drapanokefala with its verdant, varied vegetation. You can see olive and plane trees, low scrub and even organic farms, which do not detract from the charm of the area.
Almyrida transfer from/to Αεροδρόμιο Χανίων1-4 Passengers Transfer Price: 45€ 5-8 Passengers Transfer Price: 70€
Almyrida (Greek: Αλμυρίδα) is a seaside resort located in the Apokoronas region of the northwest coast of the island of Crete, Greece. The village is approximately 20 kilometers from Chania, in Chania regional unit. Traditionally a fishing village.
Almyrida has a long beach that is popular with families. Wind surfers, kayaks, paddle boats and beach chairs can be rented on the beach. There are many hotels, rental rooms, taverns, bars, snack and cafe bars, gift shops, grocery stores and bakeries, all of which are open late into the night in the tourist season. Almyrida is famous for its delicious food, as well as for the shallow waters, ideal for children.
Kalyves transfer from/to Αεροδρόμιο Χανίων1-4 Passengers Transfer Price: 40€ 5-8 Passengers Transfer Price: 60€
Kalyves (Greek: Καλύβες) is a large village in Crete, Greece, the main village in the municipal unit of Armenoi. It is now a popular tourist resort that has maintained its Cretan character.
It is said that the Kalyves took their name from the makeshift accommodation (huts) built by the Arab pirates, when they invaded in 828 AD and occupied the area of Sarakinos near the village. Another version is that the name comes from the huts that the farmers built near their estates to stay in the summer, without having to return to their village every night.
Sfakia transfer from/to Αεροδρόμιο Χανίων1-4 Passengers Transfer Price: 95€ 5-8 Passengers Transfer Price: 145€
The road from Chania to Sfakiá crosses the island from north to south, through the village of Vryses. From this village the route crosses the White Mountains (Lefká Óri) to Hóra Sfakíon (35°12′N 24°08′E) by the Libyan Sea. Halfway from Vrisses to Hóra Sfakíon is the fertile plateau of Askifou, surrounded by high mountain peaks.
Accessible only by boat from Sfakiá is Loutro, a small seaside village with some archaeological ruins, a few houses, small hotels and tavernas. Loutro is car-free; cars must be parked in Hóra Sfakíon or Paleohóra. In the north of Sfakiá is the fertile plain of Askyfou.
From here to Hóra Sfakíon the road is particularly spectacular. The road hugs the western slope of the Imbros Gorge offering scenic views. Another scenic route is that leading from Kapsodasos to the plateau of Kallikratis, northeast of Hóra Sfakíon.
The Sfakía region is crossed by many gorges, among which is the famous Samaria Gorge.
Not far east from Hóra Sfakíon is Frangokastello.
Frangokastello transfer from/to Αεροδρόμιο Χανίων1-4 Passengers Transfer Price: 105€ 5-8 Passengers Transfer Price: 150€
Frangokastello (Greek: Φραγκοκάστελλο) is the location of a castle and scattered settlement on the south coast of Crete, Greece, about 12 km (7.5 miles) east of Chora Sfakion and within the prefecture of Chania.
Frangokastello has an extensive, sheltered and gently shelving sandy beach, which has provided the basis for a low key tourist industry in recent years. Tourist accommodation is scattered over the flat plain around the castle, but the area's relative remoteness has discouraged major development.
Rethymno transfer from/to Αεροδρόμιο Χανίων1-4 Passengers Transfer Price: 85€ 5-8 Passengers Transfer Price: 120€
Rethymno (Greek: Ρέθυμνο, [ˈreθimno], also Rethimno, Rethymnon, Réthymnon, and Rhíthymnos) is a city in Greece on the island of Crete. It is the capital of Rethymno regional unit, and has a population of more than 30,000 (near 40,000 for the municipal unit).
Today the city's main income is from tourism, many new facilities having been built in the past 20 years. Agriculture is also notable, especially for olive oil and other Mediterranean products.
Platanes transfer from/to Αεροδρόμιο Χανίων1-4 Passengers Transfer Price: 95€ 5-8 Passengers Transfer Price: 125€
Platanes, 5km to the east of Rethymno, is an averagely-sized package holiday destination. Twenty years ago Platanes was an unremarkable suburb of Rethymno lying on the old Rethymno-Iraklio road.
Then, thanks to the very long, beautiful beach, tourism arrived. It has really developed in the last two decades: luxury hotels such as El Greco and Creta Palace were built in the area.
Plakias transfer from/to Αεροδρόμιο Χανίων1-4 Passengers Transfer Price: 125€ 5-8 Passengers Transfer Price: 185€
Plakias (Greek: Πλακιάς) is a village on the south coast of the Greek island of Crete, in the Rethymno regional unit, about 21 kilometres south of the city of Rethymno. It is part of the municipality Agios Vasileios, and of the municipal unit Foinikas. It is surrounded by mountains to the north and the Libyan Sea to the south. The name in Greek means "flat", because the town stands on an alluvial fan of material that has washed down the Kotsifou gorge directly to the north . This material has formed along the sea's edge into a long, fine, gold-hued sand beach, which shelves very gradually out into the bay, making it quite safe for swimming and hence, for family holidays.
Plakias has a 1300-metre-long sandy beach and there are several other beaches within walking distance (Souda, Damnoni, Ammoudi, and Skhinaria). The southeastern end of the beach, near the Kakomouri headland, is used by nudists. The town is not on any major passage for traffic and hence traffic is minimal and it is quieter and less dusty than many other Greek resorts.
Agia Galini transfer from/to Αεροδρόμιο Χανίων1-4 Passengers Transfer Price: 150€ 5-8 Passengers Transfer Price: 220€
Agia Galini is 61 km southeast of Rethymno and 68 km southwest of Heraklion, about midway along the south coast of Crete.
Agia Galini, with its strange but apt name (meaning "Saint Serenity", or "Holy Peace"), is a small, labyrinthine village built in the shape of an amphitheatre and surrounded by three mountains: Asideroto, Kedros and Psiloritis. It opens out into a pretty, picturesque harbour which is particularly busy in summer.
The small old houses of the village seem squashed by the larger apartments springing up in the area and the hotels in Agia Galini, built in an effort to accommodate rising numbers of visitors.
Agia Galini is a famous resort with a good beach, one of the first tourist resorts in Crete.
Heraklion City transfer from/to Αεροδρόμιο Χανίων1-4 Passengers Transfer Price: 180€ 5-8 Passengers Transfer Price: 240€ Perfecture: Heraklion
Chania Airport Transportation to Heraklion, Transfer Chania Airport mini bus from Chania international airport to Heraklion
Heraklion Airport transfer from/to Αεροδρόμιο Χανίων1-4 Passengers Transfer Price: 180€ 5-8 Passengers Transfer Price: 240€ Perfecture: Heraklion
Chania Airport Transportation to Heraklion, Transfer Chania Airport mini bus from Chania international airport to Heraklion