Travel Blogs from Limenas
... village had come in 1958, not really all that long ago. On the day when this first car appeared, the church bells all rang and the entire town came running down to enjoy the spectacle. The mail carrier, though, soon after decided that it was still easier to deliver mail using his mule than to rely on the treacherous and rocky road that had been built to that point.
Bidding our farewell, we retreated back to Volissos and realized that since we had an early ...
We travelled to a medieval ghost village perched high on the top of a mountain. The drive there was dreadful, had my eyes closed most of the way. Great mountain top view of the west coast of Chios. We visited a lovely village and church with carvings from a tree a feature. No air-con on the ...
... black sand is spread as a mortar and then covered with the normal white overcoat of plaster. When the plaster dries, it is then etched into all manner of intricate geometric designs with the black sand layer re-emerging in contrast to the white. The result is spectacular and once we noticed that it's on one building we suddenly realized that it's on nearly all of the buildings. In fact, as we worked our way towards the center of town the creativity and style of the designs became more ...
... and our surroundings in this ancient hillside village. When Stella, the owner, had ushered us to the apartment the night before there was a point where it was necessary for Lynn and me to unload baggage from our car and put it into hers so she could drive us the remaining distance down "roads" that no out-of-towner should attempt, especially in the dark. While unloading our car we had the narrow street completely blocked. On instinct, Lynn and I rushed to empty ...
... ve had, among many, on this trip all came from Sophia's restaurant including easily the best cucumbers either of us has ever had. Such warmth; we were thrilled to be able to settle in for our longest stay at any one place during the whole of our month in Greece. By design, as this was the beginning of the end (day 21 of 30), we'd decided to have an extended stay in a small village and we knew we'd struck gold, eager to both explore the island and relax in this delightful small-town redoubt.
Other places to stay in Limenas
Limenas | Hotelfrom $166
Limenaria, Limenas | 3 star hotelfrom $48
Limenas | 3 star hotelfrom $95
Trypiti, Limenas | 3 star hotelfrom $57
Limenaria, Limenas | Hotelfrom $50
Limenaria, Limenas | 3 star hotelfrom $39