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TripAdvisor Reviews Akamanthea Village Latchi
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... the first day. So many places to stop off and have a look – churches, archaeological sites (Neolithic Age), Monasteries, and some nice little villages. And some nice scenery.
The Angeloktisti Church is an 11th century Byzantine church that was erected over a 6th century Early Christian basilica. Great mosaic there of Virgin and Child between the two archangels Michael and Gabriel from this basilica ...
... It seems exhausted by now but keeps following.
We approach the water but alas! It is not potable but at least we sprinkle some on our face and shoulders to freshen up.
A LONG STOP:
The ladies decide that we should make a stop for a snack but later on, they decide to extend the break. They don't ...
A Very Promising Day!
An amazing morning this day, I want to do several things but with nothing definite in mind.
My hunger for adventure centers on the Adonis Trail but always when I am here I wonder how on earth I can do it. I cannot definitely take a risk and walk all the way on ...
... beer from the only restaurant out there.
The group splits here, some are out searching for the doggie supposing that it is the owner's pet that seems to have disappeared, others leave for the hotel but a couple of us remain at the restaurant a while more.
To the Beach for Swimming:
With almost 2 hours before dinner to spare, I rush to the room, change and ...
... every day. The balcony is not that wide but it can easily fit a rotunda and 2 chairs. Attached on the wall there is a tiny clothes-horse to dry towels, and bathing costumes. (You can ask for a kettle if you wish but better bring your own tea or coffee as this is not provided free). I loved taking my coffee out by the balcony in the afternoon overlooking the Rock across the Baths of Aphrodite in the distance. Depending on the time, day or afternoon and ...