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Heraklion Port TO Souda

• Transfers with Taxi for max. 4 people

• Transfers with Minivan for max. 8 people

• 5% discount in total price for all return reservations

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Heraklion Port

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Souda

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Heraklion Port To Souda

Your private minivan and taxi transfers at the best price guaranteed.

Private Taxi Transfer

×4 ×4

One Way Price

150€

Private MiniVan

×8 ×8

One Way Price

170€

Executive MiniVan

×8 ×8

One Way Price

180€


Crete Heraklion Port

Heraklion Port

TransferPlan will transfer you from and to Heraklion Port as quickly, safely and comfortably as possible. Heraklion port is situated at the center of Heraklion Prefecture’s northern coast and adjacent to island’s capital.

The modern Heraklion port was firstly established in the 20th century and expanded eastwards of its older predecessor, the 700-year-old Venetian port that now serves as an attraction and a place of pleasure. Heraklion port is the second largest and busiest harbour in Greece after Piraeus.

The port is conveniently located along the middle part of the Cretan highway that serves the northern part of the island. The highway offers an easy getaway to the towns of Agios Nikolaos, Sitia, Kissamos, Rethymnon, Chania and Heraklion. It is busy all-year-round with an approximate number of 2 million visitors annually. The port services very popular routes such as Piraeus-Athens, Thessaloniki and a number of Aegean islands. Itineraries are regular and for other major ports, ships depart daily.

The Harbour hosts visitors for both touristic purposes and commercial activities. It possesses an array of facilities for the convenience of all travellers. In close proximity to the port, one can find in abundance shops, cafes and restaurants within a short walking distance.

The port is an 'umbrella' term covering both the new Heraklion Ferry Port and the old Venetian Harbour. The 'Castello a Mare' more widely known as Koules is a significant walled structure marking the entrance to the old Venetian port. The fortress dates back to the 16th century and is presumed that Cretan rebels were tortured in its underground chambers by mercenaries of the Ottoman Empire during the times of Crete's occupation. The Heraklion old town is located nearby, thus after a visit to the Fortress travellers can enjoy a walk through the vibrant streets of the city or taste some delicacies prepared by the friendly and hospitable locals.

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Souda Port Chania

Souda

TransferPlan will transfer you from and to Souda as quickly, safely and comfortably as possible. Souda is located 6.5 km east of the town of Chania on the road to Rethymnon. The town is located on the southern coast of the Gulf of Souda. Souda is a relatively new settlement, built on what used to be salt beds and swamp.

The Turks used to call the area “Tuzla”, which means salt bed. In the 70’s they began to build a settlement for the port workers and as the port was expanding so did the settlement. Souda Bay is one of the deepest natural harbours in the Mediterranean and is easy to defend, that’s why it is so important as a geostrategic port. In Souda, you can find many hotels and apartments to rent and its proximity to Chania Town makes it an ideal destination for visitors. From Souda one can visit the interesting surrounding region as well as Aptera which used to be a powerful city of Greece and where Roman and Byzantine remain and a Turkish fort can still be seen. It is more like a working town than a typical tourist destination. There is also a large military presence in the town, as Souda port is also a NATO base.

Now Souda is the arrival point for ferries from Piraeus. There is also a naval base located in Souda and across the bay, for NATO, with military accommodation and hospital in the town. Much of the command, particularly for US forces, is found across the bay on the Akrotiri. A grain silo overshadows the centre of town. Perhaps because of its nature as a departure point and military town, it is not popular with tourists and can appear seedy and threatening. However, it is well-served with shops of all types and some renowned fish restaurants in the old centre. The Allied war cemetery, mostly of soldiers from World War II, is found in Souda on the shore. There are 1,527 graves, mostly British with 447 New Zealanders and 197 Australians.

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