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Chania from ...

  • Birmingham to Chania
    Flights from £92
    Average flight time 4 hours 59 minutes.
  • East Midlands to Chania
    Flights from £48
    Average flight time 4 hours 0 minutes.
  • Leeds Bradford to Chania
    Flights from £63
    Average flight time 4 hours 49 minutes.
  • London Gatwick to Chania
    Flights from £47
    Average flight time 4 hours 54 minutes.
  • London Heathrow to Chania
    Flights from £82
    Average flight time 8 hours 19 minutes.
  • Manchester to Chania
    Flights from £67
    Average flight time 4 hours 52 minutes.
  • Prestwick to Chania
    Average flight time 4 hours 10 minutes.
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Date

Duration

Price
London Gatwick to Chania 30-May-16 3 nights from £357
London Gatwick to Chania 30-May-16 3 nights from £357
Stansted to Chania 18-Jun-16 7 nights from £187
Stansted to Chania 18-Jun-16 7 nights from £187
Birmingham to Chania 02-Aug-16 7 nights from £228
Birmingham to Chania 02-Aug-16 7 nights from £228
Manchester to Chania 16-Jul-16 7 nights from £145
Manchester to Chania 16-Jul-16 7 nights from £145
East Midlands to Chania 19-Aug-16 5 nights from £257

Average Transfer Times from Chania airport to resorts

  • Agia Marina
    1 hrs, 19 mins
  • Frangokastello
    2 hrs
  • Georgioupolis
    52 mins
  • Kalamaki
    16 mins
  • Kolymbari
    1 hrs, 42 mins
  • Maleme
    30 mins
  • Panormo
    47 mins
  • Platanias (Chania)
    1 hrs, 25 mins
  • Rethymnon
    51 mins
  • Stavros
    20 mins
  • Kalamaki
    16 mins

Flying to Chania (Crete)

Arrive at Chania International Airport on the north-west coast of Crete and be well placed to begin your unforgettable holiday on the lovely island of Crete. Chania, once the capital of Crete has a wonderful quayside of Chania with a definite Venetian feel to it, and no wonder, for Chania was once part of the Venetian Republic which for years held sway in the Mediterranean. Along length of Chania’s quayside is a fine selection of bars, restaurants and tavernas, all tempting the holidaymaker to sit with a drink, relax, and just watch the world go by.

For the holiday maker who would like to explore this fascinating island, Greece’s largest, Chania is a good place to pick up a hire car. The roads on the island are excellent, and the scenery, from the snow-capped mountains of the interior to the lush green coastal plains will make the journey worthwhile.

From Chania it is only 8km to the pleasant resort of Aghia Marina with its great sandy beaches, whist only a few kilometres further is the resort of Platinas that may prove attractive for those seeking a livelier destination.