LOCATION

The Akrotiri Peninsula, located north east of Chania, is known for its calming and relaxing way of life. Hotel Zorbas at Stavros is easily reached via Chania Airport and the harbour at Souda Bay. Daily ferry journeys to and from Piraeus harbour and additional flights from Athens international airport and other international airports means that you can be sure of reaching our place easily.

For all of your everyday needs the village of Stavros offers access to supermarkets and taverns. Just a short journey 6 km away you can find the village of Kounoupidiana which is host to a larger variety of shops and amenities including Banks, a Post Office and  supermarkets in addition to other shops and outlets.

Hotel Zorbas is located approximately 13 km from the city centre of Chania, with its picturesque Venetian harbour and many places of interest. There is a regular bus service from Hotel Zorbas to the centre of Chania and vice versa. Bus schedules vary in frequency depending on the season.

The area is close to the historical and archaeological sites and in ideal location from which to explore Western Crete. The friendliness and Cretan hospitality of hotel stuff can be very helpful for the arrangement of car rentals and excursions to worth visiting places.

The impressive Monastery of Gouverneto also known as the Monastery of “John the Hermit” stands close to Hotel Zorbas and just a little further you can visit the Monastery of The Catholiko which was beautifully built in the depths of a wild gorge and has since become abandoned but can still be viewed by all. 

For a photo presentation,  click on the below link:
Hotel Zorbas nearby Monasteries Portfolio.

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