Address: Valtos Kalavriton, Kalavrita, Peloponnese, Greece | Condo
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Travel Blogs from Kalavrita

The Greeks Go There!

A travel blog entry by haysnoe on Jul 06, 2014

... We joke to ourselves when on adventures like these that, "traveling is hard work", which is funny because we're on vacation but it's actually quite true. Getting oneself around a foreign country, dealing with the weather, checking into and out of hotels, and the ubiquitous walking and climbing (I've estimated ten miles a day on average though it could be more than that) that happens every day does start to take its toll. Thus, having had our fill ...

Visiting Delphi

A travel blog entry by kerenne on May 23, 2014

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... the local bus to Altea and then up into the hills to visit the ancient site of Delphi. The ruins at Delphi are spread out across the steep hillside and while the town has taken on a very tourist air the site itself retains a sense of how it would have been in ancient times. The stadium is much smaller than that at Olympia but is much better preserved.

The Ruins & Gulf of Korinthos

A travel blog entry by munchkins on Jul 20, 2013

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... no water that was easily accessible. This was another really depressing reminder of the state of Greece as the marina was really a boat graveyard for forgotten boats with one fairly large yacht having sunk at the jetty, just the masts sticking out of the water at a thirty degree angle. Eerie! There were people that lived there on a permanent basis just surviving in their rotting boats. We were glad to move on again.

To be continued…..


Summertime, and the livin' is Peloponn-easy

A travel blog entry by swissandy on Aug 07, 2012

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... or elaborate birthday cakes, or mushroom gills. Large collections of stone basins for the structure for an extensive network of lakes which fill up in the winter, but dry out in the summer. Now they look like abandoned fortifications defending enormous natural ponds. We hear from someone translating further up the path that the rate of formation is around 1/10 of an inch every hundred years. When we look at some of the constructions measuring 4-5 metres in height we can only ...


A travel blog entry by keithfairbank on Jul 16, 2011

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... comfort level. Also you have a view right on the canal from the Perama patio so why go inside except to use the bathroom. We had a neat chat with a lady who was cleaning the tables when I asked the name of the restaurant since it’s not posted. Among other things she said was that the name of the island where they filmed Momma Mia is called Skiathos. We’re back on the road with full happy bellies at 2:00 for Patra ...