Monuments in Chania town: the covered Municipal Market, the Venetian fortifications, the Egyptian Lighthouse, the Synagogue, the Fortress of Firkas, the Mosque of Giali Tzamisi, the Arsenals, the Orthodox Cathedral.
Small typical villages: Polirrinia, Deliana, Therisso, Vamos, Gavalochori, Macheri, Douliana, Fres, Vafes.
Beaches: Falassarna, Balos, Elafonissi, Paleochora, Sougia,
Natural monuments: Samaria National Park and the gorge, Agia Irini, Imbros, Aradena and Syrikari, the lagoon of Balos and the island of Gramvousa, Elafonissi.
Archaeological sites: Aptera, Polyrinnia, Falassarna, Lissos, Diktynna, Fort of Itzedin, Phalasarna
Museums: Chania Archaeological Museum, Nautical Museum, Byzantine & Post-Byzantine Collection, Historical Archive of Crete, the Folk Art Museum of Gavalochori,
Monasteries: Agia Triada of Tzagarolon, Gouverneto, Gonia, Chrysoskalitissa, Chrysopigi, Katholiko in Akrotiri, Saint George in Karydi.
The west coast of Crete is considered to be one of the most admired regions of the island as it combines magnificent sandy beaches, pure, wild landscape, rich flora with unique herbs and flowers as well as all the particular elements of the Cretan tradition.
Besides from all those natural beauties, visitors can taste the traditional cuisine in a variety of small local taverns which can be found around the beautiful villages, savor wine and tsikoudia, the well renowned cretan drink in the company of locals or go fishing and enjoy trips around Western Crete.