Palmariva Eretria Beach
Travel Blogs from Eretria
... long road with restaurants and café bars on both sides, one next to the other. There are a few studios and one or two hotels as well. During summer the road is blocked in the afternoons and is used only for pedestrians, and also during weekends in winter.
How to get here:
There are ...
... leaves and the splashing of water as it moves slowly along the coast a few metres from where we sit.
We carry our glasses of wine along and a few fruit from the restaurant and sit out here each night by the beach trying to fill up our batteries and enjoy the serenity and tranquility around us.
I guess this is exactly how beach holidays should be. Don’t you think?
... or reading.
There is nothing much to say on this entry because what I do is swimming, swimming, swimming and chatting a lot with guests.
Yianni on the contrary stays less time in the water but has a book to keep him company while he is relaxing under his umbrella. It is a book which a close friend gave us with her memoirs that she had published recently.
... are upon request and are found in almost all rooms. If however there is none in your room, you should ask at the reception and it will be brought instantly with no extra charge.
Bathroom: There was a bath shower in our room and it was the normal size of bathroom one expects to find, with reassuring paper-tape with the label "disinfected" on the toilet plastic cover. Towels were spotlessly clean and changed daily, ...
... I'm not sure if you knew this but they don't use the english alphabet in Greece. The term ,"It's all Greek to me", ya, totally know why they say that now. They do try to translate as much as possible, giving the Liberals a run for the Most Bilingual Government Of All Time award but still.
Okay, the food. From cornershop Gyros, to the bakeries, olives everywhere! fresh seafood, lamb, my god the lamb. I had what I would ...