Kato Stalos Chania

Stalos is just 7 kilometers west of Chania. It is located next to the cosmopolitan areas of Agia Marina and Platanias distinguished by great tourist development.
Kato Stalos boasts a large extent of the sandy beach which runs from the city of Chania all the way to the furthest parts of west Crete. It has been awarded with the Blue Flag of quality as it is a very well organized beach where the holidaymaker can have all possible tourist services.

Further south of the long beach, going inland and surrounded by green hills, lies the picturesque village of Pano Stalos (upper Stalos). Typical of the region are notable rock formations.

The area of Stalos is a well organized tourist resort and attracts a large number of visitors as it is only a few kilometers from the city of Chania and the cosmopolitan areas around and has frequent and regular transportation to and from them.

Chania Crete

The smells of jasmine with the red color of the bougainvillea and the blue sea and sky, compose the image of the magnificent city of Chania in Western Crete.

The picturesque city of Chania is built on the ruins of ancient Kydonia, a significant Minoan city.
Rich in history and natural beauty, keep the nobility and the elements that compose this unsurpassable magic.

Byzantines, Arabs, Venetians, Ottomans, dominated the region. The Old Town, buildings, and monuments, are a clear proof of its rich history.
What makes Chania a unique destination is that in addition to its history and cultural heritage features, the entire prefecture, offers unrivaled natural beauty. The White Mountains, gorges and the many gorges of unique beauty, the endless blue of the Cretan and Libyan Sea, with its unique sea “areas”, magnetize every visitor to this region.
Chania is now one of the most popular tourist destinations with good tourist infrastructure.