Lands at the northeast corner of the Akrotiri peninsula, which extends into the sea from the east side of Chania, are the holdings of several monasteries, including Ayia Triada (Holy Trinity). The olive groves that surround and finance the monastery yields excellent oils, and the shop is stocked with some of the island's finest. Ayia Triada is a delightful place, where you can visit the flower-filled cloisters and the ornately decorated chapel, which dates from the monastery's
founding in 1611 (by two brothers of a Venetian-Cretan family).
Akrotiri, Crete, 73100, Greece