Agia Marina Chania, Crete
Agia Marina Chania, is located 9 km west of the city center of Chania. The awarded with a “Blue Flag” beach of 2.8 kilometers long, is spotless with red-gold sand, palm trees and coastline lilies, and all these together, compose exotic scenery and opposite this lies the island of legends, the island “Saints Theodori”.
Throughout Agia Marina, there is a large number of hotels, apartments and rooms, tourist shops, clubs, cafe, restaurants, pharmacies, clinics, athletic fields and gas stations.
A short distance from the beach of Agia Marina, only 500 meters away, is the traditional village of Pano Agia Marina.
A stroll through the narrow streets will lead you in the silence of the cemetery, the old school, the village square, the church of “St. Spiridon”, the Folklore museum, the Kamaraki and the narrow streets, remnants of times past.
Following the inland trails – where myth, history and the Divine meet each other – you come across the churches of Agia Paraskevi and Saint John, the caves Nerospilia and Anthropotrypa, that hosted ancient cultures and residents of Agia Marina during the period of occupation.
There are many incredible cultural and hiking trails that lead to natural embossed hills combined with the changing landscape which offer uniqueness.
A unique environmental harmony with the scents and colours that nature has provided in Crete, historic quests, spiritual uplifting and tastes of Cretan food and hospitality, which are offered by the various restaurants in the village.