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TransferPlan will transfer you from and to Chania airport as quickly, safely and comfortably as possible. Chania International Airport, "Daskalogiannis" is an international airport located near Souda Bay, 14 kilometres away from Chania Town. The airport owes its name to the Cretan rebel Ioannis Vlaxos, known as Daskalogiannis, who gave his life to free the Cretans from the Ottoman occupation.
Chania airport is not as busy as Heraklion airport but it still handles about 1.5 million passengers a year. Moreover, it is a gateway to western Crete for an increasing number of tourists. The airport is at its busiest during the summer months, when many local visitors and international tourists fly to the island to enjoy the sea, sun and wide variety of historical attractions present in many of the cities and towns in the area. Chania is itself often referred to as the most beautiful city in Greece, and most certainly one of the prettiest in the Mediterranean. Especially the old town of the city excels for its unique beauty. For this reason, it is the ideal starting point for those wishing to explore the island. In terms of business it is regarded as important, and therefore the airport sees a number of corporate clients as well. The airport connects the city with the Greek mainland and many other countries worldwide. A lot of charters fly from here all over the world. The airport has just been renovated and substantially enlarged so it is a true European small airport. Here you will not encounter any delays or wait excessive time for your luggage. You can find coffee shops and gift shops inside the airport and generally spent some quality time.
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TransferPlan will transfer you from and to Sitia as quickly, safely and comfortably as possible. Sitia is a port town and a municipality in Lasithi. It lies east of Agios Nikolaos and northeast of Ierapetra.
Sitia port is the most important economic and financial hub of the Lasithi region. Sitia town itself is one of the least touristic parts of Crete. Its history goes back to the Venetian occupation and it was later destroyed and reconstructed by the Turks. For this reason, not many historical sites survived the passing of time. However, the region as a whole still provides some traces and monuments of its early times.
In Sitia, you can do the usual things such as hanging around the long beach in the eastern part of the city or visiting the waterfront in the harbour where you can enjoy your coffee and have some lunch or dinner. Alternatively, you can find yourself lost in the alleys of the old town where you can explore some traditional houses with courtyards and Anatolian gardens, visit the castle of Kazarma or the ruins of a Venetian monastery. Additionally, you can visit the Archaeological Museum where you can find one of the permanent exhibitions of folklore objects dating back to the early 20th and 19th centuries. Finally, a visit to the local produce stalls is a must as you can learn about and purchase some of the finest products in the whole of Crete, among others you can find some world-class wine, olive oil and raki spirit.
Sitia in its core is a residential town and tourism there is a by-product of development, which wasn't really sought after. Here you will meet some of the most delightful and hospitable people of Crete, who are doing their best to keep their hometown at its best and they are very proud of Sitia. This solitary region is also home to a number of monasteries like Toplou, archaeological sites, beaches lined up with palms, sparkling bays and mountainous areas that provide excellent opportunities for some fascinating hiking trails.
There is also a number of traditional villages such as Zou, Ziros, Handras and the abandoned Ethia and the surroundings of Karidi, where you can explore some old buildings and archaeological sites. Moreover, Sitia gave birth to one of the quintessential Greek epic writers, his name was Vitsentzos Kornaros. Kornaros was born in 1553 in Trapezounda in Sitia and he was destined to leave his trademark in Greek literature in 1600 when he composed his magnum opus 'Erotokritos' which to this day remains one of the staple literature legacies of Greece.
Sitia is a true gem, off the beaten track and unaffected by the spoils of mass tourism. You should hurry up, since the construction of an airport in Sitia is finished and things might change rapidly.
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