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Griechisches Restaurant

Gramboussa Restaurant

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Tipps von Einheimischen

June 12, 2020
An amazing environment and decoration plus traditional Cretan food with a twist!
February 29, 2020
After your swim in Falassarna, on the way to Chania city, we suggest you to visit Gramvousa Tavern in Kalyviani. Local food, local products, made with love.
January 6, 2020
A travel in an other era! Amazing environment! Starters are so tasty!!! Dine just with starters
September 10, 2019
Delicious traditional food with great view and service
September 6, 2019
Local food at it’s best!

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Point of Interest
“Ancient history unfolded before your eyes, difficult to find, but it is worth the effort. The archeologists are very friendly to ask anything”
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“One of the few remote excellent sea food restaurants. From fishing boat to your table! Excellent location and views. Try non-standard fish grilled. A "must" for dinner on your return from a day excursion to Falassarna. ”
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Spiritual Center
“A 1000 year old monastery located on a 35m high rock. Es erwartet Sie ein 1000 Jahr altes Kloster, das auf einer 35 m hohen Klippe steht. Von dort aus genießen Sie die wunderschöne Aussicht zum Meer”
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“The present Cathedral temple of "Eisodion" was built on the place of an older temple of "Theotokos" (Virgin Mary) Trimartiri, dating back to the 14th century. When the city of Chania was occupied by the Turks in 1645, the temple was converted into a soap-factory without altering its initial design. Until 1868, the temple functioned as a soap-factory and belonged to the Turkish dignitary Moustafa Pasha Giritli (= the Cretan). In the area of the olive storage room, Moustafa had ordered the protection of the icon of Virgin Mary with a vigil candle. According to tradition, the soap-factory business failed and was abandoned, and the icon of Virgin Mary was taken by the last technician. When Moustafa became Prime Minister, during the reign of the Sultan Metzit, the Christian Community requested the re-construction of the temple in the place of the soap-factory. Moustafa assigned the area for this purpose and the Sultan and Veli Pasha (the Commander of Crete) provided monetary support. Despite the hostility between the Christians and the Ottomans, this contribution was appreciated and the church was finally re-built. The construction of the church was completed in 1860 in the style of a three aisle Basilica. The middle aisle is higher and covered by a pointed arch. The other aisles are covered by cross-ribbed vaults and are divided vertically by the women's balcony. On the northeast side of the temple there is the high bell-tower. The architectural elements of the temple are associated more with the tradition developed in the period of the Venetian occupation: sculptured pseudo-pillars, cornices and arched openings. The east wall is decorated with large and impressive religious paintings, the works of G. Kalliterakis, G. Stravrakis, E. Tripolitakis and D. Kokotsis. The icon of the Virgin Mary ("Eisodion tis Theotokou") was also returned to the temple. The temple is closely connected to the historical events in the city and it was an asylum and shelter during war time and revolutions. It was severely damaged in May 1941 by the bombs dropped by the Germans.”
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“Elafonissi Beach is known for its pink sand beaches, created by tidal and wave-induced deposits of pigmented microorganisms living in a symbiotic relationship with native seaweed.”
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1 Emmanouil Diktaki
Kaliviani, 734 00
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