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Holy Trinity Monastery (Agia Triada)

Akrotiri, Crete, Greece
+30 2821 063572
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Cretan Villages and Countryside Tour from Chania with Lunch
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“wine cellar” (7 reviews)
“olive oil” (18 reviews)
Suggested Duration: < 1 hour
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Akrotiri, Crete, Greece
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+30 2821 063572
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Beautiful and interesting old monastery. Best to get there early in the morning before the coaches arrive if possible. Excellent museum with some extraordinary old icons.

Thank sarah120861
Reviewed 1 week ago

Travel just half a hour from Chania to the direction of the airport of Chania. Very old Monastery. Still active in wine and olives. you can also buy some local products

Thank FrankPhilipsen
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

We went to this monastery after visiting Arkoudiotissa cave nearby. The monastery is well located and have nice little museum that explains the history of the place. There is a small admission to enter the monastery and you can walk around the yard and climb...More

Thank cohenfamily_12
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Very beautiful ortodox monastery up in hills... there is a small exibition inside the museum of wardrobe, coins and freskas. Entrance is two euros. Should visit it if you are in that part of Crete.

Thank Predrag R
Reviewed 4 weeks ago

The Greek Orthodox monastery, located at the base of the Stavros mountain range, dates from the 17th century. The monastery was built by brothers Jeremiah and Lavrentio Zangaroli, descendants of a family with strong ties to he Orthodox population and the Venetian Catholics. The monastery's...More

Thank Sowellman
Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

This the most stunning monastery to visit if in the Chania area. About 5 minutes past the airport, down a beautiful tree lined road and you reach this gem of a place. Beautifully kept, serene atmosphere just beautiful to wander around and a small shop...More

Thank Gypsy_gal4
Reviewed 11 September 2017

I liked the place. It has a good vibe. I liked the ancient icons. Also you should try the local wine, the balsamic vinegar and some sweets. Delicious.

Thank iulia d
Reviewed 30 August 2017

We could not stop looking at it! Such a peaceful place. The museum had a lot of old heritage to see and the church is breathtaking. When we finished our tour in the Monastery we visited the wine cellar which is located on your left...More

Thank Xanthi C
Reviewed 26 August 2017 via mobile

This is a working monastery with a beautiful church at the centre. The price of 4 euro allows you to not only visit the church, but also a museum and to walk the grounds. It is very peaceful and the decorations in the church are...More

Thank Cllr_John_Philip
Reviewed 21 August 2017

This is a small monastery with a little museum, a church and a shop where you can taste and buy olive oil and wine (both very good and not expensive). I'm not religious but still the courtyards had a wonderful sense of calmness and serenity...More

Thank Rachel C
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Sophie M
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Response from Morten H | Reviewed this property |
We used buses some of our days for trips to Chania, but eventually we found it necessary to rent a car. My proposal for you would be to rent a taxi for a roundtrip to the peninsula. Then you could include Stavros Bay, some... More
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