Art Hotel Debono
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
TripAdvisor Reviews Art Hotel Debono Gouvia
Travel Blogs from Gouvia
... s decided to introduce himself (Terry, his wife was also a mess) and give us a history lesson on what POM stands for (Prisoners of Mother England), his life story, his wedding back in Melbourne, his spud farming days in Manjimup, for the next hour… we couldn’t get a word in sideways… finally his wife (and daughter holding his grand-daughter) convinced Terry he needed to go… and so did we… tomorrow… Croatia awaits ...
... br> clad men ....and women! (Who were only slightly less hairy than the men (-; )
We cruised into the Blue Caves carved out from the limestone of the coastline
and then headed to the most pristine, ice blue, clear water I have ever seen
for a swim. I felt like I was in a scene from the Blue Lagoon. We sailed down a
narrow neck lined with tiny colourful boats and into Gaios Harbour on Paxos
another quaint and picturesque ...
... not good, it is fresh". Carefully Jacques descended the ladder into the water "..... Oh-la-la.... It is cold.." As he initially came up the ladder. Marina said something... And he slowly descended yet one more time, released his death grip on the ladder, tred water for about 15 seconds, and got out of the water. It was too cold for him, too. Jacques and Marina were busily preparing dinner, while I was reading, blogging, and changing for our evening. We ...
... with lots of steps through the ancient ruins, dating back to 400 BC.
We see Greek, Roman and even Venetian ruins. Very spectacular. We are told that many mosaic floors have been preserved, but they are covered in plastic and sand to keep them from deteriorating. Not much good for us us, their must be a better way! We eventually get to see a small example.
This is as another ...
Waking up on the ferry this morning feeling a little worse for wear and over heating. The cabins were cosy with no air conditioning so we didn't really have a wonderful sleep. Anywhere with the Greek Islands now coming into sight excitement is pretty high. Once we were off the boat we boarded the bus again for a short drive to Plataria, which is the mainland of the Greek Islands, where our yachts were waiting for us. Scott was our skipper so we had a captains ...