Join one of our guided Chania bike tours!
There’s no better way to get around Chania than by bicycle, and if you want to really get to know the city, then these guided cycling tours, are the best way to do it! Travelling in small groups, you’ll weave in and out of some of Chania’s most interesting spots, with a helpful guide on hand to tell you fascinating stories and facts about the city. Try our unique unforgettable Chania Old City Tours and discover the soul of Chania by bike!
“GOOD MORNING CHANIA” BIKE TOUR
Hop on for a bike ride around Chania, discovering the beauty of the city on a 2-hour tour. The Old city & Harbor is full of monuments, beauty and culture. It’s an active way to discover the old city, as you bike explore, with an informative audio guide and a tour leader.
Some of the monuments you will see are:
The Municipal Market of Chania, The Cathedral of the Presentation of the Virgin Mary (Trimartiri), Franciscan Monastery of Aghios Fragkiskos, The Jewish Synagogue (or “Ovriaki”), The Venetian Walls, Nea Chora – The Beach of Chania, The Egyptian Lighthouse, The Navy Museum, The “Firka” Fortress, Giali Tzamisi, The Byzantine Wall, The Grand Arsenal, The Venetian “Neoria”, The Gate and Rampart Sabbionara, Koum Kapi, Splantzia, The Temple of Aghios Rokkos…
Truly Amazing Bike Tours
Create lasting memories with friends or family, relish in the stunning landscapes and admire the myths behind any monument all while delighting in a cycling vacation in Chania Old City that is beyond compare. Chania bike tours is among the best things to do during your visit in Chania. Explore Chania with a bike and discover the exceptional beauty of this wonderful city!
“CHANIA EXPLORATION” BIKE TOUR
Discover the beauties of Chania in a fun and non-conventional way on a 3 & a half hour guided bike tour. A full view of all the beautiful sights in Chania city. The route is to visit from the west the Nea Chora -a picturesque harbor and a sandy beach-whose name means New Country, Old city and Harbor, Kum Kapi (Turkish name preserved “Gate of Sand”), Halepa the east side-famous as the scene of the most important political events in 19th-century Crete and furthermore to the north-east of the old town of Chania, the Splantzia district. Along the way you hear also the historical information about the monuments you see.