Fiore Di Candia

Address: Kandia, Argos, Peloponnese, Greece | Hotel
 
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Location

This hotel, located on Kandia, Argos, is near Nauplion Promenade, Tolo Beach, Tiryns, and Achaia Clauss Winery.
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      Travel Blogs from Argos

      Canal + Ruins, what more do you want in one day!

      A travel blog entry by pjwilton on Sep 08, 2014

      15 photos

      We leave the ship on a tender, with a short,calm ride to the shore. Our bus, no pretentious coaches in Greece, take us the Corinth Canal. This canal, built between 1881 & 1893 is 4 miles long, cuts through the Isthmus of Corinth and connects the Gulf of Corinth with the Saronic Gulf in the Aegean Sea.
      It seems that every tourist in the area is visiting at the same time. Boats still use the canal, but being only 70 feet wide, the cruise ships and cargo boats still have the go around ...

      Nafplion

      A travel blog entry by 2tillbrooks on Nov 15, 2013

      7 photos

      ... nik nak shops, if only we had the space... During our exploring we found a funky cafe in the maze of alleyways, we couldn't resist. Tried some local Greek beer while in the back seat of a vw beetle! Deciding to stay the night we set up in the marina car park where about another handful of campers soon joined us.
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      Poros, GR (Corinth Canal) to Kiato, (Peloponnese)

      A travel blog entry by rknepper on Sep 15, 2013

      2 comments, 18 photos

      ... Periander in the 7th century BC. The project was abandoned and Periander instead constructed a simpler and less costly overland portage road, named the Diolkos or stone carriageway, along which ships could be towed from one side of the isthmus to the other. Periander's change of heart is attributed variously to the great expense of the project, a lack of labour or a fear that a canal would have robbed Corinth of its dominant role as an entrepôt for goods. Remnants of the ...

      Buried treasure from Sikyon

      A travel blog entry by denfrancis on Dec 07, 2012

      5 photos

      ... are in forested areas. I wandered around for more than an hour, enjoying the warmth of the sun and the spectacular views towards the sea, as well as the vastness of the open space, and what might still lay beneath my feet, waiting to be discovered.

      I walked back to the village where I stopped for coffee and freshly made biscuits. I then continued, along winding ...

      Missing Wonders, naked wrestlers & criminal goats

      A travel blog entry by heathalessleofo on Mar 04, 2011

      1 comment, 30 photos

      ... and bade as farewell, offering us some parting advice: “Be careful. Greeks don’t know how to drive.” We had heard and seen as much but it was good to know that it’s the official position.

      Tomorrow will be a busy day. We see Mycenae’s ancient ruins and museum first. Then a one hour drive to an amphitheatre in Epidavros. And following that we will drive to a campsite in Athens from which ...