Monastery Estate Venetian Harbor


    History: Originally the mansion / castle of a Venetian nobleman in the 16th century, has been subsequently occupied by a Turkish Aga, a senior ranking official of the Ottoman Empire, and his harem until the unification of Crete with Greece in 1913.
    It is situated in a picturesque alley in Chania's old town, a stone's through away from the harbour's seafront and its world renowned lighthouse view. It is adjacent to the "Saint Eleytherios" (liberator) church and steps away from the Ahmet Aga mosque, a living proof of the multicultural heritage of Chania over the centuries.

    Values: Monastery Estate aims through its Hotels, Restaurants and Luxury agri Products to offer a unique experience of authentic accom modation, hospitality and taste, Holidays that would lead to a holistic journey that uniquely combines, luxury, tradition and contemporary living

    • Area
      Old Town m2
    • Rooms
    • Bathrooms
    • Beds
      1 Double
    • Home Type
      Private room
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