Chania – Walking Tourism
Apart from the countless heavenly, you will find hidden in the nature of Chania dozens of other beauties. First place from all the goes naturally to the , one of the most impressive in Europe. To cross it will take you about six hours and the route usually starts at the of the White Mountains and exits at , with the crystal clear waters of the Libyan Sea. If you are lucky, you might see from afar a kri-kri, the wild goats of Crete that is an endangered species – one of the reasons why the canyon is protected.
In the nature of the hinterland of Chania you will find many more canyons for hiking, others easier, as theand others of greater difficulty, as .
Chania has some very impressive, such as those with a religious interest, the and the , but also or with their accompanying legends. A category of its own is the underwater , where were discovered, among others, the bones of a unique species of an elephant.
On thethat adorn the coast of Chania you will find some of the most beautiful natural landscapes: the , the wild goats living on the island of Theodorou and the ruins of the Venetian era on the .
Other attractions of the nature of Chania is the, the , the in the south, and the small running through the region.