Holidays to Kato Galatas
Located on the north coast of western Crete, the peaceful resort town of Kato Galatas has access to miles of picturesque coastline and is within reach of several quaint towns, with Chania, Crete's second largest city, and Galatas village both within 6km. The area has been home to civilisations since the Minoan era, around 3000 BC, so is drenched in history. The beaches and warm seas are glorious and there are plenty of day trips to explore the amazing archaeological ruins too.
With golden sands for sunbathing, punctuated by rocky outcrops which attract fish, Kalamaki has something for everyone.
Within walking distance of Kato Galatas, Agioi Apostoli has sandy beaches located within calm, sheltered coves.
Omen Art Gallery, Chania
A curated gallery and shop, Omen features a wealth of works, and is worth a visit whether looking to buy or not.
Nautical Museum, Chania
With exhibits dating back as far as 4,000 BC, and a strong focus on the Second World War, this is worth a visit.
Various tours, including a glass bottomed boat, run from Galatas and the surrounding area.
The main attraction here is this exciting waterpark with slides and pools suitable for all ages.
Kato Galatas seafront
Plenty of tavernas and restaurants with great views, specialising in, of course, seafood dishes.
Chania's former Turkish quarter still features plenty of Turkish restaurants, as well as Cretan and vegan specialists.
Platanias - Agia Marina - Stalos
This resort on the west of Kato Galatas comprises 3 settlements that have bled into one. It has a vibrant bar scene.
Avalon Metal Cafe, Chania
Not so much heavy metal as rock'n'roll, Avalon is a great place to let your hair down. A wide selection of beers helps.
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