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TransferPlan will transfer you from and to Chania as quickly, safely and comfortably as possible. Chania is one of the most beautiful towns in Crete. It lies along the north coast of the island, about 145 km west of Heraklion.
Chania is the second largest city in Crete. It is one of the most popular destinations in Greece as its bustling with natural beauty, history and immense cultural heritage. In Chania, visitors should be prepared to encounter breath-taking natural sights that can easily compete with other world-class destination around the globe.
Words are not enough to describe the extraordinary beauty of Chania. Riddled with an endless coastline, adorned with majestic isles covered by the Mediterranean breeze, frothy waves and crystal-clear water. Gorgeous hidden beaches among steep and rocky mountains, a lush green landscape with plains that bear all short of trees, emerald rivers that flow like veins in a human body, sacred caves, gorges that reach so deep that even the Greek sun cannot penetrate, possessing rare flora and fauna. Chania is a truly blessed land and a jewel for Crete island.
Chania is an amazing destination all-year-round. From natural sights to cultural ones Chania has loads to offer to every visitor. Strolling around the old town one can find a splendid blend of modernity with the past. The old town is riddled with a complex network of atmospheric alleys filled with exquisite shops, traditional taverns and restaurants that would satisfy every foodie's culinary expectations.
Chania is also rich in opportunities for exploration and discovery. Inner Crete is bejewelled by a number of mountain villages that seem to be intact by the passing of time and maintain a very traditional character. Samaria Gorge offers an incredibly scenic trek for the most adventurous travellers and archaeological sites can be found in abundance for the history enthusiasts. Moreover, for those who would prefer some quality relaxation time, Chania offers some world class beaches, which are the most beautiful in the whole region. All of the above make Chania an unmissable destination for every traveller who decides to come to Greece.
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TransferPlan will transfer you from and to Matala as quickly, safely and comfortably as possible. Matala is a village located 75 km south-west of Heraklion in the municipality of Phaistos.
Matala is nestled within the natural harbour of Messara Bay and adorned by sandy and pebble beaches. Legend has it that once god Zeus took the form of a flying bull to seduce princess Europa and according to the myth he brought her to the Matala beach. There he transformed into an eagle and flew with her to Gortys. Travellers chose the village of Matala as their base to explore eastern Crete as it is located conveniently close to the southern coast and away from the over-development of the northern side.
Matala will hold something for all kinds of travellers. The last few years it has become a favourite among visitors but still has managed to maintain its character as a place for peace and quiet. Matala started as a fishing village in the early 20th century and became infamous in the 60s and 70s for attracting visitors associated with the Hippie movement and lifestyle, which tradition lives on to the present day. The beach is paved with tamarisk trees and surrounded by awe-inspiring sandstone cliffs. Along the rock formations, one can notice some caves, embedded from the bottom to the top of the hill, thus creating a very unique and unusual landscape. The origin of the caves is unknown but one theory suggests that the caverns were constructed in order to be used as either Roman or early Christian tombs. More ancient ruins lie in the eastern side of the village and one can spot some underwater while snorkelling in Messara Bay.
Legend has it that Cape of Matala is the 'Cape of Nysos' referenced in Homer's Odyssey, which is the location where the ships of king Menelaus were wrecked. Visitors can find a decaying ancient temple in the South-East part of the settlement. Matala has been an important point for the Minoan period, as it operated as a port under the name of Phaistos. Around 220 B.C., under the Roman Empire, the port became known as the port of Gortys. Underwater ruins have been recovered by archaeologists dating back to that era and reveal the layout of the settlement. Lastly, in a nearby cave one can find the church of Virgin Mary, which was used as a catacomb for Christian burials at the times of persecution. The rich historical legacy has saved the region from gentrification and over-development and Matala is protected under the program NATURA 2000.
This place of south-west Crete will offer you numerous adventures and the relaxation you need on your holidays.
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