Car Rental in Chania, Greece

Car Rental in Chania, Greece

 

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Explore the best of Crete when you pick up a car hire in Chania from Europcar. The city offers a holiday destination that’s as charming as they come; soft beaches, turquoise waters and a nearly endless supply of sunshine set the scene for some serious relaxation.

Narrow winding streets, bright mismatched villas, incredible historical sites and vibrant markets filled with fresh ingredients only add to Chania’s allure.

The harbour is particularly popular with visitors, who come to marvel at the boats and admire the famous Venetian lighthouse and other architectural gems dotted around the water.

Book your Chania car hire online before you go and you won’t have to miss a minute. Our simple booking system makes it easy to choose the car that’s right for you, so whether you’re visiting for a week or a weekend, you can discover all that Crete has to offer.

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Looking for a small or medium economy car hire or something a little larger to fit all the family? At Europcar Greece, we have a great range of new and comfortable hire cars to choose from. Browse our fleet range now and hire a car online today.

Wander the Venetian Harbor

Built by the Venetians in the 15th century to protect their city from invaders, the harbour remains an important focal point to this day. Walk along the sea wall towards the lighthouse – it’s the perfect way to see the harbour day or night and the impressive structure that awaits is well worth the effort to get there. Discover this and more when you pick up a cheap car hire in Chania.

Visit the Archaeological Museum

See Crete’s past come to life when you hire a car in Chania. Don’t miss the Archaeological Museum; the impressive 16th century church features a huge wealth of treasures. Explore and you’ll find artefacts from western Crete dating from the Neolithic and Roman eras (as far back as 3400 BC). There is pottery from the Geometric Age, as well as Hellenistic and Roman exhibits that showcase the evolution of life and culture in Crete.