Crete, Part III – Chania

cute umbrellas along the strip in Georgioupolis on the way to ChaniaOn the second day we headed to Chania.

Two hour drive away was Georgioupolis beach where we stopped for a quick swim before lunch. A very picturesque little place with cute umbrellas along the main strip by the beach.

Refreshed and well fed we resumed our drive to Chania.

swimming pool and sea view at Georgi's Apartments in ChaniaAlmost an hour after that we reached our accommodation. A beautiful spacious apartment with all the trimmings located by the sea and with a very decent swimming pool.

Undoubtedly one of the best places we have stayed at. Perfect for a chilled holiday.

Later we went for a walk around the place to take some golden hour pictures and had a homemade dinner at the apartment while we watched YouTube.

The next day we were out exploring the beaches in the area. Stavros, Seitan Limania and Marathi.

Seitan Limania the most amazing turquoise water in ChaniaAll worth a visit but Seitan Limania is specially beautiful and has the most amazing turquoise water. Unfortunately I was too lazy (and a bit scared) to go down the hill to reach it. Maybe next time.

We had lunch at Marathi’s beach and sat almost on the beach. It was a busy place with a cool local feel to it and the food was good.

In the afternoon we walked around Chania. It’s a beautiful town worth a few hours of your time.

We spent the rest of the time diving and swimming in the private little patch of sea by the apartments. Only being disturbed by an unknown sea creature that decided to nibble on my back! Even made me scream.

To recover from the scary incident I laid down sunbathing with the most amazing sea view.

Costs’ details if you’re curious about it:
Apartment = £88 per night inc. breakfast

In Part IV: Kissamos and Balos

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