Loutraki Palace

Address: 19 G. Lekka Street, Loutráki, Peloponnese, 20300, Greece | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on 19 G. Lekka Street, Loutráki, is near Ancient Mycenae, Mystras, Lion Gate, and Citadel and Treasury of Atreus.
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    Travel Blogs from Loutráki

    The wavy coast of Loutraki and Sunset

    A travel blog entry by greekcypriot on Jul 15, 2014

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    The Beautiful Sunset from Loutraki





    There were times when I thought the wind would take away the camera from my hands.

    Personally I prefer small picturesque coves, but it was pleasant indeed walking up and down the promenade that afternoon with the water splashing on the face and body. I still remember how refreshing it was!



    I found it silly for a few to play with the tide and the ...

    Poros, GR (Corinth Canal) to Kiato, (Peloponnese)

    A travel blog entry by rknepper on Sep 15, 2013

    2 comments, 18 photos

    ... also known to have considered digging a canal in the 2nd century AD, but did not manage to get a project underway. The Venetians also considered it in 1687 but likewise did not initiate a project. The Corinth Canal seen from the air The idea of a Corinth Canal was revived after Greece gained formal independence from the Ottoman Empire in 1830. The Greek statesman Ioannis Kapodistrias asked a French engineer to assess the feasibility of the project but had to abandon it when it ...

    Where Homer's Iliad Comes To Life

    A travel blog entry by parleusted on Dec 03, 2012

    1 comment, 9 photos

    ... from the archeological site. This being low season, there was no public transport directly to the site and getting to it involved a minor workout.

    The ancient city of Mycenae consisted of a fortified citadel and surrounding settlement. Due to the sheer size of the citadel walls (13m high and 5m thick on average), formed by stone blocks weighing several tons in places, the ancient Greeks believed they must have been built by a Cyclops, one of ...

    A stroll in the Resort and Gardens

    A travel blog entry by greekcypriot on Sep 14, 2012

    2 comments, 65 photos

    ... courts, the Tennis, the Tavern or the Kafenion and some more.

    I will probably do that on a coming trip!


    I have only photos in random here, so come along follow me to show you around if you wish.

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    Greek Voyage

    A travel blog entry by house_mouse on Aug 10, 2011

    38 photos

    ... before we were passing Corsica (French island) to the North and Sardinia (Italian island) to the South through a narrowish channel called the Strait of Bonifacio. I have been told by those who have been here that there is not much to do in either of these places and that people go there purely for status...well there are definitely a lot of people out there who care about status because there were boats everywhere. The island rocks were predominantly limestone and to ...