Avra Studios

Address: Monastiraki, Nafpaktos, Central Greece, 33056, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Monastiraki, Nafpaktos, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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Travel Blogs from Nafpaktos

Saying goodbye to gyro

A travel blog entry by arilauraharold on Nov 17, 2014

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... 776BC and the connected temple complex with phenomenal. The site was complete with intact mosaic floors, grandstands and gyms. An unfortunately timed earthquake toppled some of what would have been the more amazing temples but did not take away from the site as a whole. A couple of Gyros later we made it to Patra. The port here just chaos, nothing else. Cars, vans, scooter, trucks all flying each and everyway ...

Olympia here we come

A travel blog entry by stephgraeme on Aug 21, 2013

... looked. We went to the arena where the races occurred and stood on the marble starting blocks. They originally only had men and boys competing in the Olympics and they did it naked. It must have been quite a site. There are parts of statues of Nero, Plato and other greats and it is in the process of being restored. We only stayed there for about an hour and then got on a two horses and cart to go the 200 metres back to the taxi. The driver then took us back ...

It’s all Greek to me…

A travel blog entry by jackospades on Jun 16, 2012

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... horribly wrong.

So what will happen tomorrow when they vote to either to stay in the Euro and accept the austerity measures attached, or go back to the Drachma? It is anyone’s guess. The far right want to stay in and the neo-nazi left want to go it alone. Strikes me that most Greeks are between a rock and a hard place. I picked up a Greek English language newspaper on the plane to Brussels and the editorial was very moving and emotional. It begged the ...

Koronisia and Nafpaktos

A travel blog entry by mpl73 on Oct 18, 2011

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We went to see the Archeron river on Glyki village. In Greek mythology this river is passage to the underworld where dead people go. I was little disappointed how normal the riveractually was.

Next stop was in Koronisia lagoon and I'm a bit surprised that the place is not more popular. The place is absolutely beautiful, but the beach suffers from lack of maintenance. The road to the lagoon is amazing and we could see wild pelicans and other large ...

Out of the city, and into the country...

A travel blog entry by mattsvadjian on Oct 30, 2010

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... stopped what she was doing, hopped in her car ahead of us, and escorted us back the 3-4 kms to make sure that we found our way exactly. You don't see things like that done in every country I must say. Anna stopped and thanked the lady before we left, and I just sat there with a goofy smile on my face like I understood what was being said. Onward to Nafpactos...
On the way there, we would be returning a whole slew of clothings ...