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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, ...
... and my passengers were not… taking breaths, they were getting very upset at the route. We added about an hour to the suggested time of arrival Joffrey had predicted, but we got to Sparta in one piece and found the hotel. We settled into the hotel and I suggested we go for a drive to Mystras, which is only 4km from Sparta, it is supposed to be a very old castle and worth the look. We head into the hills a little bit when the passengers ...
... 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 ...
... this to signify that I was a travel writer dong a report on them, so they furnished me with lots of slaps on the back and free dessert to sweeten both my pallet and my review. The day before it was a glass of wine. Needless to say I didn't disabuse them of this notion, mostly because I don't speak a word of Greek and I was hesitant to strain the waiter's English any further after my "There's a Hare in my rabbit ragu" joke flopped disastrously.
LOCATION: It stands in the heart of the Mani peninsula at the most beautiful and picturesque
harbor of Limeni. I consider it the finest location and starting point for
travelers visiting the round area.
HOSPITALITY: I can describe our stay here as ‘a home
away from home’. The word “Philoxenia” which in Greek means Hospitality is
truly a fact. The family, proud descendants of the Mavromichalis name ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Free parking