Agia Triada Monastery, Agios Ioannis Pyrgiotissis

#13 of 34 in Historic Sites in Heraklion Prefecture
Religious Site · Hidden Gem · Tourist Spot
Agia Triada Monastery ((in Greek) Μονή Αγίας Τριάδος) or the Monastery of Agia Triada Tsangarolon is a Greek Orthodox monastery in the Akrotiri peninsula in the Chania regional unit, Crete, Greece. It also contains a museum.

The monastery, whose name means "Holy Trinity", was built in the 17th century by two brothers of the Venetian Zangaroli family on the site of a pre-existing church.
The monks produce and sell wine and olive oil on the premises.
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  • This monastery is on the Akrotiri peninsular close to Chania and even the drive there is a pleasure. The view over the peninsular from the top is worth the climb. It is not usually hugely busy so...  more »
  • Agia Triada is a beautiful, serene and quite monastery in a very near proximity to Chania, Chania airport and Seitan Limani beach. We visited it on a beautiful afternoon at sunset after spending...  more »
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  • Kleine Kirche auf dem Gelände der Agia Triada.
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