at 1.9km (E) from Giali Tzamissi
The aim of the Foundation is to function on a national level as a dynamic european research and educational centre constituting a central point of reference for the coordination of research into the work, era and life of the great statesman and more generally into modern Greek history without ideological constraints and preconceptions and without local limitations. The address of the Foundation is: National Research Foundation "Eleftherios K. Venizelos" House of Eleftherios Venizelos Elena Venizelou Square, Chalepa, 731 33 Chania T.K. 73133 Tel. (0030) 28210-56008, 51555-6, 54011 Fax (0030) 28210-56009 Email: email@example.com Office Hours: 08:30 - 16:00 Website:www.venizelos-foundation.gr
at 2.6km (W) from Giali Tzamissi
All our suites are luxury and newly furnished, with their own fully equipped kitchen, TV, air condition, telephone, 24h hot water, and bathroom with Jacuzzi... We also have a swimming pool, reception, Satellite tv, market shops all around the area and a snack-bar for breakfast, coffee, snacks and lot's of cocktails and drinks. We are only 5 kms away from the centre of the city so it's very easy for you to find anything you wish during your holiday.
at 3.2km (W) from Giali Tzamissi
Spacious, one-room or two-room and promise unforgettable stay next to the sea. They are equipped with air condition, kitchen facilities, TV. as well as sharing washing-machine. Internet is available for the users. You can find very friendly atmosphere and hospitality.
at 3.4km (W) from Giali Tzamissi
Conveniently located on the seaside village of Agioi Apostoloi in Chania, 130 metres from the beach, Inea Hotel & Suites offers comfortable accommodation and a large swimming pool with sun-loungers. Hotel also disposes non-smoking rooms, a children’s playground and a pool bar. All air-conditioned rooms include a seating area with sofa and a kitchenette with fridge. Featuring a private bathroom, each room has a TV and a telephone. Available services include car and bike rental, and a tour desk. Guests can enjoy free Wi-Fi in the entire hotel and can make use of the dry cleaning and the beauty shop services. Within 70 metres, there are restaurants, shops and transportation services. Inea Hotel & Suites lies just 15 km from Chania Airport and 6 km from Chania Port. The centre of Chania is at 3.5 km. Free on-site parking is possible. Hotel Rooms: 29
at 3.5km (E) from Giali Tzamissi
At the magical and historical location of Profitis Ilias, in Akrotiri, at the east of Hania lays the tomb of Eleftherios Venizelos, one of the most long-standing prime ministers of Greece and whose political life was focused on doubling the size of Greek territory and on the creation of a contemporary State. Eleftherios Venizelos himself had designated this position to be his resting place before his death. For the visitor, it affords a panoramic view of the rich green plain of Hania, the imposing White Mountains, the Cretan Sea, the town of Hania and the Chalepa quarter which is the location of the house in which the great politician spent most of his life and today is the headquarters of the National Research Foundation 'Eleftherios K. Venizelos'.
at 3.6km (W) from Giali Tzamissi
Just 25 metres away from the beach of Agioi Apostoloi, Marathakis Apartments offers self-catering accommodation with free Wi-Fi access and full or partial views of the Cretan Sea. The scenic town of Chania is at 3 km. Marathakis studios and apartments are simply furnished and air conditioned. They feature a seating area and a kitchenette equipped with mini fridge, electric kettle and coffee maker. Other facilities include a flat-screen TV and a hairdryer. At only 10 metres from Marathakis, there is a taxi rank. Souda Port is 12 km away and Chania Airport is at 17 km. Free parking can be found near the premises. Apartments: 7
at 3.6km (SE) from Giali Tzamissi
The Institute for Olive Tree and Subtropical Plants of Chania is one of the Institutes of the National Agricultural Research Foundation (NAGREF), located at Chania, Crete, Greece. The Institute consists of 10 Laboratories, with research activities focused on the following fields: Oliviculture and Post-harvest Physiology, Citriculture, Subtropical Plants, Irrigation and Water Resources Management, Plant Mineral Nutrition and Physiology, Entomology, Plant Pathology, Food Technology, Hydroponic Culture and Aromatic Plants, and Animal Production. The research activities of the Institute are supported by modern facilities, including fully equipped laboratories, glasshouses, 50 ha of experimental fields and collections of genetic material for olive, citrus, subtropical plants and grapevines.
at 3.7km (E) from Giali Tzamissi
At a time that living organisms are disappearing at an alarming rate, especially through habitat destruction, the Park for the Preservation of Flora and Fauna of the Technical University of Crete, which extends to 30 hectares, constitutes a small but important area where native plants and co-existing animals are protected and can develop without human intervention. Up to now 250 different plant species that grow naturally in habitats of the Park have been identified, while their systematic documentation is still in progress. The development of new ecological units (“habitats”) began in areas of the Park that have been cultivated in the past. These will include plant species of Crete that do not grow naturally in the Park. Two such units, the wetland and the coastal habitats have already been launched. www.park.tuc.gr/
at 3.7km (SE) from Giali Tzamissi
Institute dedicated to postgraduate and specialised education, applied research and the development of Mediterranean agriculture. MAICh offers postgraduate programs in the following fields: Business Economics and Management, Geoinformation in Environmental Management, Horticultural Genetics and Biotechnology, Food Quality and Chemistry of Natural Products and Sustainable Agriculture.
at 3.9km (S) from Giali Tzamissi
The village of Mournies is a principal village, located 3.8 km south of Hania at 40m a.s.l. It took the name "Mournies" from the numerous mulberry trees, that use to be here even today. At the beginning of the 17th century, Mournies was famous for its beautiful villas, belonging to local noblemen. One of them, located southeast of the village, was the imposing three storey villa of "Koukounara". It had beautiful flowery gardens, fountains, statues ..., a real paradise, where many famous persons were received hospitality, amongst them the glorious Mme Ortans, the empress Eugene of Napoleon the third, queen Olga of Greece, and the king Constantinos in 1913. The villa today, being restored, houses a department of the Geek Navy. Mournies was the birth place of one of the greatest statesman of the new Hellenic Republic, Eleftherios Venizelos. Venizelos' influence on the history of Greece was paramount, from his participation to the talks with the Ottomans that resulted to granting Crete independence in 1897, to the final union of Crete with Greece in 1913. The house of Venizelos located in Mournies is going to be a museum, and many personal items of the politician are going to be on display there.