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If you have arrived the island, you can reach Sfakia by bus, taxi or your own hire car.

Coming from the north- the way leads first to Vrisses (determinated beetween Chania and Rethymnon), from there to the high plateau of Askifou and loops in a breathtaking manner along the Imbros canyon down to the sea.

Aside exists also an alliance from Plakias, which leads across Frangokastello along the westerly south coast.

Timetable of Ktel bus service

Chania – Sfakia (Chora Sfakion) : 08.00 and 14.30 every day

Sfakia (Chora Sfakion) – Chania : 07.00  11.00   17.30

Ticket Price = 6,80 € | Journey time = about 2 hours

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If you have arrived the island, you can reach Sfakia by bus, taxi or your own hire car. Coming from the north- the way leads first to Vrisses (determinated beetween Chania and Rethymnon), from there to the high plateau of Askifou and loops in a breathtaking manner along the Imbros canyon down to the sea. Aside exists also an alliance from Plakias, which leads across Frangokastello along the westerly south coast.

Timetable of Intercity bus lines Chania –  Sfakia

Chania – Sfakia (Chora Sfakion) : 08.00 and 14.30 every day

Sfakia (Chora Sfakion) – Chania : 07.00  11.00   17.30

Ticket Price = 6,80 € | Journey time = about 2 hours

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