First of all, we visit the Monastery of Tsagarolon.
It follows one more nice photo-stop in Akrotiri, at the tomb of the famous Elefterios Venizelos.
The last stop is at the city of Chania. Here, Turkish and Venetian architectural styles meet and form a very impressive townscape. Especially in the old town, narrow streets and alleys, old mansion and arcades, mosques and minarets bear witness to the long presence of Venetians and Turks. All this creates an exceptional atmosphere, and it is no wonder that Chania is considered to be one of the most beautiful towns in Crete.