Esperides Resort Hotel
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?
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free parking
Photos of Esperides Resort Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Esperides Resort Hotel Spartochori
Travel Blogs from Spartochori
... land it seems strange to see such a mix of vehicles, on Crete about 80%25 of the vehicles were 4x4 pickups,in various sizes and states of disrepair, the remainder were mostly small vehicles. Many of the vehicles had bent panels on them. We think it is from the falling rocks that litter the roadswe came to a bridge that spanned an inlet, it wasn't very long but cost us 13.60€ to cross it, I had only got ...
We spent the morning cleaning inside Dream Catcher, Les emptied the back and cleaned in there after a tomato storage explosion! Once everything was clean again we updated the blog using the free wifi, and settle our bill, Camping Athens is a good campsite it's kept very clean and in a great location for getting into the city, but it is the mist expensive that we have stayed at. We had an early lunch, went to ...
... night out in Ithaca. We had a lovely pre dinner drink with Andy and Marco and then headed down the little cobbled path to the local bar. We met Sue and Michael and Marco at Avra for a lovely Greek meal. Marky had roast octopus and I had moussaka it was nearly as good as mums!!!! We waddled up the cobbled path and hit the sack. Early morning pick up tomorrow with the boys to catch the ...
... coffee, brewed in a different way? He didn't have palpitations at all?? We then popped into see how Andy was, he seemed a bit better this morning. He's a bit flat having to stay lying down and I think he's still in quite a bit of pain. He rang mum for me and I was able to talk to her, for a few minutes. She sounds way better and is hanging to leave the hospital in Mornington. This afternoon we walked down to the cemetery and ...
... This day has the makings of a good travel blog post but it was no Odyssey; an Odyssey is something bigger. Odysseus, my Bronze-age hero and his men had a tough time getting back to their home, Ithaca. Here is how that went; some men get killed by a god, some men are eaten by a one-eyed giant, the crew gets drugged up, Odysseus visits Hades (hell), some crew are eaten by a monster, Odysseus is held as prisoner by a demi-god. He starts off with 12 boats of 40 men ...