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Apparently the lighthouse is the oldest in Europe if not the world - well that’s what our guide said!
It’s said to date from around 1535!!! And was built by the Egyptians.
It was definitely worth the walk around the harbour to actually see it...More
It was a stormy day when we visited the lighthouse, instead of walking the slippery path we decided to observe from across the harbor. The lighthouse and harbor was originally build by the Venetian and later restored by Egyptians. It is the oldest existing lighthouse...More
Depending on whether or not the rocks are wet - and what you;re wearing on your feet - or carrying - it can be a bit of a struggle to get all the way out to the lighthouse itself. The pictures are better from afar...More
To get to the lighthouse is quite a walk on the breakwater, take a jacket when the wind is up. Where trainers or sport shoes, the rocks can be a bit slippery. its been there for 100's of years, very cool site to see.
Walk to this spot is ideal for people who need refuge of pushy harbour, you have mini Venice on your palm to watch from a safe distance. We spent 40 minutes just watching beautiful architecture, awesome!
There are few places we've been where initial surprise gives way to amazement. The Old Town of Chania is one such place. We'd heard about its Venetian architecture and labyrinth streets but you have to be there to appreciate its atmosphere and charm. Although nowadays...More