Our company is based in Chania, Crete, but does pickup/delivery to Rethymnon and Heraklion as well. You can ask your car for pickup/delivery from the ports/airports of Rethymno/Heraklion, with a minimal charge depending on the distance.
Chania is the coastal city of northwest Crete, one of the major ports and capital of Chania prefecture. It occupies an area of about thirteen square kilometers and is the second largest city on the island after Heraklion. The Chania municipality counts 108.642 inhabitants (2011), and beyond Chania wider the urban area has 102 642 inhabitants including their older suburbs such as: Kounoupidiana (8,620), Mournies (7533), Sudan (6418), Nerokourou ( 5.531), Daratso (4732) Perivolia (3,986) Galatas (3,166) and Aroni (3.003). There was a significant Minoan city believed to ancient Cydonia.
Main attractions of Chania: the whole Old Town and the Venetian Harbour, the Maritime Museum, the Archaeological Museum, the house of Eleftherios Venizelos, the tombs of the Venizelos, the War Museum and many other monuments of Byzantine, Venetian, Ottoman and modern period.
The climate in the area is mild Mediterranean with normal temperatures throughout the year.
The economy, apart from tourism, based particularly in agriculture, and more specifically to the cultivation of olive trees and citrus. The production of wine, avocado and cheese products are also didedomeni while in recent years there are efforts to produce organic products.
The Cretan folk tradition is enshrined in art (weaving, Sevres, towels, carpets, embroidered silk or wool). In Chania you can find unique handicrafts made of glass, wood and metal, as well as with pottery, woodwork and metalwork. Features are the Cretan knives with the witty quatrains which are a good idea for gifts.
Chania was founded in 1977 the TUC that includes the following academic departments: Department of Production Engineering and Management (MIM), Department of Mineral Resources (MICHOP), Department of Electronic and Computer Engineering (ECE) Department of Environmental Engineering (MIPER) Department Architecture (ARMICH) Department. Still, the city houses the TEI Crete - Branch of Chania and the Mediterranean Agronomic Institute of Chania.