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Eleutherios and Sofoklis Venizelos, father and son, they were both prime ministers of Greece. Their tombs are situated up in a hill, with (one of) the best views above the city. It worths a visit when the sun sets and if the sky is clear,...More
Travelling by car from Kalyves up the hill from Souda bay to the first roundabout head towards Chania (signposted) after around 5 minutes you will see the junction marked Venizelos Tombs turn right and follow the road here you will find a car parking area....More
The park is not that much, but the views are absolutely incredible. You can see the whole region of Chania, the inmense sea and the sun getting red till disappearing.
I reccomend to take away the Ice Latte Macciato of the bar Koukuvayia in Venizelos...More
I came here in November with my dog for a stroll mid morning and the views are stunning. You can see all of the harbour and the old town and there are benches to sit and contemplate the fact that Chania has been continuously inhabited...More
Greece seems to have cats everywhere! Lots of cats in Rhodes, at the British cemetery in Chania, and here at the Venizelos tombs. If you don't like cats, then the view of the harbor and ocean is magnificient and worth the trip by itself. This...More
Just the most amazing views down to Chania Town the graves are set in a lovely park with shaded areas and a pretty little church. There is also a statue of Cretan hero Spiros Kagialedakis who turned his body in to a flag pole to...More
.....but a visit here is well rewarded by a chance to learn a bit of Greek history and to have a splendid view over the city of Chania. If you can, go up late afternoon, early evening, as the sun starts to set, and be...More