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The Municipal Market of Chania was closed when we visited since it was Sunday. But we could look in the open gates at either end and easily imagine the role it has played over the years - and continues to play - as a place...More
Decided to see the town of Chania whilst on a lazy beach holiday. Really lovely wandering round the market, smaller than we had thought and loads of cheeses, meat/fish and some of the biggest olives I've ever seen! If you're self catering you could really...More
I love local markets but found this quite touristy and expensive. Lots of stalls selling similar products including leather bags, honey and herbs and spices. The fruit and veg was colourful and the fish market was interesting. You could buy your fish and get it...More
The fruit and veg stalls are very good if you are seeking fresh produce during your stay. The majority of the stalls now cater for the tourist, selling olive oils, oil products, spices, Cretan sweets, olive wood products and Raki variants. Prices are very much...More
My wife and I visited the Municipal Market of Chania in August 2019 during our quick visit to Chania, Crete. It is also called Agora in Greek. The market is full of souvenir stores and food and produce stalls. It was worth a quick 30-minute...More
We went to visit the market in Chania because we are big fans of markets this way having the opportunity to get the local flavour.
This one, however, was a big dissapointment being full of souvenirs and touristy stuff.
There are only a few stalls...More
Absolutely recommend going here, very pretty market with some excellent tourist produce and souveniers.
The leather goods are especially great, as are the olive-based products.
Most of the stalls sell stamps for the postcards too.
I honestly don't recall seeing ANY meat at this market. It was magnificent fresh veggies, fruits and some cheese. You could also find olive oil and olives. This isn't the place for meat but great for those who appreciate... More
I honestly don't recall seeing ANY meat at this market. It was magnificent fresh veggies, fruits and some cheese. You could also find olive oil and olives. This isn't the place for meat but great for those who appreciate all fresh produce.