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Turkey Kusadasi Bodrum Souda/Chania Heraklion


SOUDA/CHANIA, GREECE


Must see tourist attractions


• Old town and old port of Chania • Local indoor market • Ancient Aptera • Various beaches and villages • Archaeological Museum, Maritime Museum, Castles etc


Souda Port, is the main sea gateway of cruise destination Chania and also for western Crete. Located 7km away from the town of Chania, it lies along the north-western coast of the island of Crete in Greece. Cruise ships are welcome and may safely berth during the whole year, with no berth allocation problems. Souda port, considered as the safest port in Mediterranean Sea, is perfectly located with close access to the most popular ports in the region, Aegean Sea, Ionian Sea, Italy, Turkey, Middle East, North Africa. Currently under progression is a new passenger terminal of 2,000sq mtr, and a pier extension, in order to provide berth accommodation for at least 4 mid & mega vessels at the same time. During 2016, 148,000 cruise passengers visited the area of Chania on 86 calls by 14 different cruise lines. In 2017, more than 127,000 cruise passengers on 84 calls by 17 different cruise lines called at the port.


The town of Chania is a crossroad of religion and civilization, offering fascinating historical & natural destinations. Regarding shore excursions, Chania can offer passengers all possibilities and fulfill all requests. Excursions to Museums (Archeological Museum and Maritime Museum), Archaeological sites (Ancient hellenic city of Aptera), Monasteries (Monastery of Ag. Triada), Natural Botanical Parks, Traditional Cretan villages or even a city tour and a guided walk through the narrow streets of the Old Harbour. The old town is an integral settlement with visible boundaries set by the walls surrounding it. It is possible for passengers with all levels of needs to visit Samaria Gorge and catering for those needs is foremost, in order to provide a unique opportunity for all to see Europe’s greatest visible gorge. For beach lovers Elafonisi, Balos and Falasarna are awarded among the best beaches in the world.


Maximum ship dimensions for berth Length: >300mtr Width: unlimited Draught: <=12mtr


Anchorage Available: yes Ship tenders allowed: yes Tidal movement/range: +/-0.4mtr


Quays Total number of quays: 4 Total length of quays: 1,470mtr Quay depth: -9.4mtr, -10mtr, -12mtr Passenger terminals: passenger station with facilities


Distances/Transportation City centre: 7km Airport: 15km Free shuttle service to city: no, but city


Mailing Address Port Authority: Harbour Management Organisation of Chania Prefecture 24 Peridou Str. Chania, 73100 Crete, Greece E administration@ltnx.gr Wwww.ltnx.gr


Other Contact Souda Port Police Souda Port, Chania 73100, Crete, Greece


P +30 282 1089 240


Other Contact Konstantinos Manolikakis President


bus available with reasonable fare


Traffic Total cruise passengers 2017: 127,000 Total cruise calls 2017: 84 Total cruise lines 2017: 17


Stella Manioudaki Executive Director E stelman@ltnx.gr P +30 282 1083 230-40 F+30 282 1087 900


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