Getting There

Chania Airport is the nearest to Gerani and Aghia-Marina about 45 minutes' drive, while Heraklion Airport is 2 hours away. We would recommend Chania for convenience. Chania has an international airport (code CHQ )with scheduled flights year round and abundant charter flights serving much of Europe during the season - April to October. Buses from the airport are virtually non-existent. If you're not driving, you should take a taxi. It’s 35-40 minutes’ drive from/to  Gerani village and Agia Marina Village.

Ferries sail to and from Athens (Pireas) daily - the port for ferries for Chania is at Souda, a few kilometres away. When the ferry arrives, if you manage to scamper onto the bus in time, this will take you to Chania. But it is best to plan to take a taxi. Of course if you are renting a car on arrival, you can drive to your chosen destination at will!

If you need help with your flights please do not hesitate to contact us.

With advance notice, a hire car can be organised by the owners for one or two weeks for those who want a hire car. The car can be picked up from the airport for no additional cost. Please advise us at the time you make your booking.

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