It is an ancient town, that you can see the moon in the summer. Usually there is a full moon party there on August.
A spectacular archeological site, with Roman remains as well as a Turkish fort. The amphitheatre (recently unearthed) is beautifully preserved
Turkish Fort -Past Kalyves - turn left off the main road (E75 National Road – travelling towards Chania)
ne of the most important cities of ancient (7th c. B.C.) western Crete. Aptera was built on a site 15 km. from Chania, south of Souda bay, near the village of Megala Horafia, which had a view of the whole plain of Chania. The city walls still standing today are reminiscent of the Cyclopean walls of…
it is an interesting historical and archeological finds, the visitor can enjoy breathtaking views to the White Mountains, Drapanos Peninsula and the entrance to Souda Bay