RENTING A CAR
We recommend you rent your car at 'AutoGalini'. The car rental office is based in Agia Galini and has offices also in Heraklion. Pick up and drop off can be arranged from the town of Chania as well.
With 'AutoGalini' you rent a car at a reasonable price and without worrying about the office's credentials. On top, you get a 10% discount when you stay at Hotel Hariklia. Visit AUTOGALINI.GR and ask for an offer.
WE ARRANGE YOUR TAXI
A taxi can be arranged upon request by our hotel. The taxi fare from Heraklion to Agia Galini is 75€ and from Chania to Agia Galini 120€.
Contact Hotel Hariklia to book your taxi.
Due to COVID-19, public buses (referred to as the KTEL in Greece) are limited at the moment.
Below are provided direct links to the official public bus transport in Crete. If you have trouble opening up the pdf bus timetables, click directly on the source links below KTEL HERAKLION or KTEL CHANIA.
Due to the Covid-19 lockdown, there are no buses from Agia Galini to Heraklion, at the moment. However, there are still bus connections from Timbaki to Heraklion and back.
From Timbaki to Heraklion from Monday to Friday at 7:30-11:30-14:00 and Saturday & Sundays at 14:00.
From Heraklion to Timbaki Monday to Friday at 7:30-11:30-15:30 and Saturday & Sundays at 7:30am.
You can also click here for the bus schedule.
For more bus schedules in Heraklion area click on KTEL HERAKLION (English version available, just click on the flag on the right top corner)
BUSES RETHYMNON & CHANIA
Buses to Rethymnon* and Chania* from/to Agia Galini, (pdf link, bus schedule valid from 17.11.20).
*Important! There are no buses from Rethymnon to Agia Galini on weekends (and vice versa). Also, Monday, Wednesday and Friday the bus may take a longer time, as it goes through small villages.
For more bus schedules around Chania area, click KTEL CHANIA.
*important! there is no direct bus from Chania to Agia Galini, you have to change buses in Rethymnon. Connections to and from Rethymnon are provided on the link above ''Buses to Rethymnon and Chania''.