The Venizelos graves are located in a small park on a hill overlooking Chania and are well worth a visit, if only for the spectacular view.
Is next to the historic church of Profitis Ilias (Prophet Elijah) in Crete, where the graves of the famous Greek statesman Eleftherios Venizelos and his son Sophocles.
More about Eleftherios Venizelos can be found at the Residence – Museum of Eleftherios Venizelos
The statue of Spyros Kayales, also known as Kayaledakis, is located in the same location. On 9 February 1897, during the Great Powers’ bombardment of the Cretan rebels, he used his body as a flagpole to hoist the Greek flag, which had been shot down by the shells.
You will find here public toilets