Costa Perla Hotel

Ermioni, Peloponnese, 21051, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Peloponnese

Nauplia, a treat!

A travel blog entry by msudenveralumni


... enjoyed a lunch of Greek cheeses, salami and bread in the Syntagma Square.

We walked the streets of the city by the entrance to Fortress Palamidi, located almost 1,000 steps above the city, to find Arvanita Beach. The rocky beach provided the most beautiful and relaxing afternoon where we spent time swimming in the sea and sunning ourselves dry.

We wandered back to the ship and departed Nauplia for our final destination.

Tomorrow, ...

Hydra, boat , metro , train. Taxi and Volos

A travel blog entry by mrsbradham


Waking up at a leisurely hour of 9, Parker and I start our day. Coffee and breakfast up on the top patio over looking the small harbor of Hydra. Once again it's windy but a beautiful view- we have to be out of our room by Noon. We ended up taking an earlier boat to Athens, very rough water by somehow we make it to the ...

Oh my! Simply stunning!!

A travel blog entry by kay_douglas


... where our hotel was - it was over on the next block. The roads aren't signposted well in this neck of the woods and when they are, they are all in Greek, so I thought we did really well. Nafplio is a harbor town and one of the most picturesque I have ever seen. When you think of what a small town in the Mediterranean might look like, this would be it. I can't get over how blue and clear the water is. After a wander around the old part of the town, and ...

A day on the islands

A travel blog entry by marczimmer


... the photographs to tell the story.

No cars are allowed on Hydra and donkeys are used to transport everything, including a washing machine as shown here. Although we did see a ...

Lost on the Mycenaean Road & Epidaurus

A travel blog entry by finnegan


... bathrooms along the route, but a Roman bath? We stopped at a roadside shrine, iconostasis, to pay tribute to someone. These are erected in honor of a loved one. We filled the votive glass from the jar of olive oil inside, laid a fresh wick on the oil and lit it. The light is to remind us of the presence of God.

We walked through fields of olive orchards and met some local farmers. Our goal was to follow the Mycenaean road ...


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