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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Tennis Court
- Continental Breakfast
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
TripAdvisor Reviews Belle Helene Gythion
Travel Blogs from Gythion
... young Paul Turner was a grunge band, not a place or a state of being. Planning for all of this had been on the table since January for an August departure. I was pumped.
In June of that year, I had to pick up the phone and make a horribly difficult phone call. "Hey Andrea, it's Paul. I have some bad news. I'm not going to be able to go to Greece with you. I'm really, really sorry". The fact of the matter was that on the eve of my birthday (May 5th), I had ...
... uploaded photos quickly at a tavern on shore (free wifi!) and then headed back across the land bridge to the island and to the new town. The water here is the most beautiful color of blue/green. According to a local, the temperature is 17C. So, Dallas, if you are reading this, what is that in Fahrenheit? We chose not to test those waters! To our delight we rounded the corner and sure enough, this little town is a walled city from the Byzantine time and ...
... held more temples, agoras, bathhouses but above all an amazing auditorium. The outdoor theater sits atop our sights list so far. Holding several thousand people in 40-odd levels it was stunningly intact. The building allows people in the top level to hear coins dropping on the stage, perfectly. After lunch, of again gyros, the rain once again set in, heavily. This time it stayed. So it meant off to a seaside campground for some washing, skyping and rainy walks along the beach. Not so ...
... big town, Flomohori where we plan to stop for lunch. On the edge of town I spot a little rusting sign to a beach and we choose to swim first. Down bumpy and very narrow dirt track. Is this a good idea, will the suspension survive? Too late now. Ends at perfect pebble beach in small cove with two tavernas. Get chatting to the only other people there, a group of retired school teachers from Athens one of whom used to teach english. They are great fun, make ...
... HOW TO COME HERE:
From Athens is approximately 3 hours.
If you are in Sparta (20 minute drive from
here) it is advisable to visit Mystras first and then come here to spend the
entire afternoon…swim first and then go for some fish and ouzo.
Don’t miss visiting the Caves of Diros which is
another interesting place to visit ….only a 30 minute drive from here as well.