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How to get to Villa Silvia

How to get to Villa Silvia from Chania International Airport

Chania International Airport “Daskalogiannis” (IATA: CHQ, ICAO: LGSA) is an international airport located near Souda Bay on the Akrotiri peninsula of the Greek island of Crete, serving the city of Chania, 14 kilometres (8.7 mi) away. Moreover, it is a gateway to western Crete for an increasing number of tourists.

The airport is named after Daskalogiannis, a Cretan rebel against Ottoman rule in the 18th century and is a joint civil–military airport. It is the sixth busiest airport in Greece.

Villa Silvia is located in Megala, Chorafia just 15 km away from the charming Old Venetian Harbour of Chania. The property represents the epitome of luxury and service in one of the most beautiful and diverse destinations in the world. From the White Mountains to the spectacular beaches, Villa Silvia offers unparalleled service, impeccable amenities, lavishly-appointed accommodation and unbelievable surroundings.

How to get to Villa Silvia from the Municipal market of Chania

The Port of Souda is located in western Crete, 6 km east of the city of Chania and south of the Akrotiri peninsula. With the city center of Chania it is connected with frequent bus routes as well as buses (KTEL). Chania Airport is also a short distance away – approximately 12.00 km from the port.

In the southwest part of the bay there is the harbor and the main passenger and commercial port of Chania and western Crete since the early 20th century, when the old harbor of Chania was abandoned.

How to get to Villa Silvia from Souda Port

The Municipal Market of Chania ( Agora in Greek ), is situated in the centre of town. It is a covered market and is considered to be the heart of Chania town.

A building of 4,000 square metres in a surrounding area of 17,200 square metres, the Municipal Market of Chania was erected in the period of the Cretan State and influenced by the market of Marseilles. The Municipal Market was built on the site of the former Venetian Pittafora bastion and materials from the fort were used to actually build it.