Maza is a small picturesque village in a natural green environment of mountain hills and olive trees,
30-35 minutes from the towns of Chania and Rethymno. The Village is just 5 kms from the lovely sandy beaches of Georgioupolis.
it is ideally located for you to enjoy all the wonderful towns, beaches and activities that Crete is famous for.
The village of Maza is known for its hospitable inhabitants. Guests can enjoy traditional cuisine at the family tavern in the square next of the Byzantium church " Saint Nikolas"
Maza is a short drive to the larger Village of Vrises where guests can pick up groceries, baked good, and experience several other well known restaurants.
Chania is the second largest city of the island of Crete, and the capital of the municipality of Chania.
It has a population of 55.828 residents, it was an important Minoan city, and it has been identified as the ancient Cydonia based on the
historical and the archaeological research that indicates that it is built on the ruins of the ancient Cydonia.
Ancient Cydonia was a remarkable ancient city, built in prehistorical times from Cydona,
the son –according to the ancient Cretans– of Hermes (or Apollo, according to other sources) and the nymph Akakalida, daughter of Minos.
It is mentioned by Homer as one of the most important cities of Crete while Kydonias are considered prehellenic ancestors.