Visiting Kato Daratso
History buffs will enjoy a visit to Kato Daratso and visitors are sure to appreciate the monuments and museums. Visitors who journey to this welcoming and relaxing, seaside city can discover its restaurants, beaches, and bars.
- There are 14 Kato Daratso hotels
- August is the most expensive month to travel here, while March tends to be the cheapest
- Closest major airport is in Chania (CHQ-Ioannis Daskalogiannis), 9.4 mi (15.1 km) from the city centre
Sightseeing around Kato Daratso
- Exploring the waterfront is one of the top activities, while Venetian Port, Kalamaki Beach, and Old Venetian Harbor are favourite sights to visit
- Its historic sites and monuments are notable and landmarks to visit include Chania Lighthouse, Firka Fortress, and Etz Hayyim Synagogue
- The beach, seaside, and sunsets highlight the natural beauty, and places to visit include Agioi Apostoloi, Golden Beach, and Agia Marina Beach
Getting around Kato Daratso
Kato Daratso has plenty of options for transportation. You can travel down to the port to find out about water transportation.
Staying in Kato Daratso
When looking for a holiday accommodation at an affordable price, consider that Kato Daratso has 14 hotels and other accommodation types to choose from. There are 9 aparthotels ranging from GBP 26 to GBP 82 per night. You might like one of these highly rated smaller hotels or specialty properties for a romantic getaway, a cosy spot, or a boutique stay:
- Niriis Hotel, averaging GBP 33.06/night
- Yakinthos Hotel, averaging GBP 67.45/night
Niriis Hotel, a 1-star favourite with Expedia travellers, has a 4.4 out of 5 user rating. Also Yakinthos Hotel has a 4.3 rating by guests.