The sights in Crete will mesmerize every guest!
The area is close to historical and archaeological sites and in an ideal location from which to explore Western Crete.
The friendliness and Cretan hospitality of our hotel staff can be very helpful. They will help you with the arrangement of car rentals and excursions to worth visiting places.
The impressive Monastery of Gouverneto stands close to our hotel. Also, just a little further from the hotel is the Monastery of Catholicon. It is beautifully built in the depths of a wild gorge and can be viewed by all.
Gouverneto Monastery or Our Lady of the Angels is a Greek Orthodox monastery on the Akrotiri peninsula, in Chania. It is located about 30 kilometres from Chania, and is about 5 kilometres north of the Agia Triada Monastery. The Monastery is dated to 1537, although other sources say 1548. Many sources consider it as one of the oldest monasteries in Crete.
In the 1637 census, which was recorded shortly before the Turkish invasion, revealed that at the time there were 60 monks living there, making it one of the largest in Crete at the time. During World War II, the Germans established a guardhouse in the monastery to control the area. Since 2005 it has undergone restoration work by the monks.
Of course, you should visit the old city of Chania.
For many guests, the area of Chania have some of the best sights in Crete! the You’ll discover the secrets of Chania step by step: the picture-perfect lighthouse at the port, the Küçük Hasan mosque, the renovated Grand Arsenal, the Splanzia ruins and the Kum Kapi at Miaouli Beach.
Lose yourself in the aristocratic suburb of Halepa, with its neoclassical buildings that once hosted the consulates of the Great Powers. You’ll feel as if you’re in a different era: the school of “San Joseph”, the Russian church of Saint Mary Magdelene, the Palace of Prince George… and so much more.