Guesthouse Mazaraki

Pikoulianika, Mystras, Peloponnese, 23100, Greece | B&B
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To Steki - Review��

A travel blog entry by indianlantern


Hello! This is my first review in my new section, so I hope you enjoy! So, this is a review of To Steki, a small bar on Stoupa beachfront. I've been to Stoupa 5 times and every time, we've never been disappointed by To Steki�� The small bar area is so atmospheric and such a friendly place to be in, you can't actually fault it! At To Steki, ...


A travel blog entry by pandar


... get closer to Kalamata, there is a new toll road being constructed and Joffrey shows us we are not on a road. It then directs us toward another road which is labelled OLD ROAD. So we take it, trusting Joffrey again. The road is ok then smaller and smaller as it is cut into the sides of the mountains. There are constant switch backs and tiny villages and the speed we averaged would have been about 30 or 40 km/hr. the views along the road were ...

Dhiros cave, and drive to tip - heading home now

A travel blog entry by saradavid

... tower houses up on hill we were passing. Checked out a cemetery up near the tower houses - was full of little houses that had the crypts inside.

Drive down to the tip was just breathtaking scenery, rugged mountains, plungig down into the sea below. Bit sad at the end as this represented the further point on the trip - it's all homeward bound now.

Drove back up to Gythio, and spent the night in a restaurant carpark, right on the water ...

Mysteries of Mystras

A travel blog entry by swissandy


... noses as festering old Spartan ruins and put Mystras on the slate instead. Yes indeed, you don't know what it is...yet.

As we arrived reasonably late (ie hot) in the afternoon we scheduled it in for the morning of our departure. Get up early, cram another rancid breakfast down our throats and hit it early, BAM: this is the plan. The sun rises early here, but only remembers that it's a massive ball of superheated molten metal at around 10am, so if we crack on for 8am ...

The Byzantine State of Mystras

A travel blog entry by greekcypriot


... Guillaume ruled over the world of Evrotas. He built bastions for his knights, houses, dungeons, storerooms, courtyards. As time went by, houses were built on the hillside under the Frankish castle, and a town was born whose fate was to become the centre of civilization and the cradle of the last dynasty of the Byzantine Emperors.

During the two centuries of Mystras' existence, many ...

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