Glicorisa Beach Hotel

Address: Glicorisa Bay, Pithagórion, Sámos, Northeast Aegean Islands, 83103, Greece | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Glicorisa Bay, Pithagórion, is near Pyrgi, Nea Moni Monastery, Olympi, and Theophilos Museum.
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    Travel Blogs from Pithagórion

    Silence of the lambs....

    A travel blog entry by monkeyescapade on Oct 02, 2014

    5 comments, 6 photos

    ... St John we passed through another residential area and saw a slaughtered sheep hung upside down in a back garden with the family members carefully skinning the sheep......Graham resisted the urge to take a photo but was sorely tempted as it was just such a bizarre thing to see. We noticed also that the town was exceptionally quiet except for the plaintive baas of sheep all over the town. Sitting in a bar later on in the day - over a chilled Effes ...

    Bursa

    A travel blog entry by daz-marie on Jul 07, 2014

    1 photo

    ... surreal experience to be part of such an authentic ceremony as these 'whirling boys cam be seen in many shows' but ours was such a rich experience. The men and one 10year old boy who were twirling did so for 20min non stop it was amazing. The ladies on the second level were so gorgeous as they made sure we could see and gave us the best spots and they could not speak a word of English. The music was mesmerizing and the peel were in like meditation. Amazing. ...

    Ephesus

    A travel blog entry by bnnashton on Jan 15, 2014

    4 photos

    Ephesus is a city older than many of us can imagine. As a port city, it was an intersection for the important dealings of the ancient Greeks and later the Romans. Ephesus means "the city of light," and the city itself provided a beacon to travelers from all across Europe and Asia. The fantastic story of the city's beginning finds the legendary founder, Androclus, receiving a message from an oracle to found his city ...

    Turkey - Ephesus

    A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Sep 25, 2013

    1 comment, 28 photos

    ... wouldn´t expect in Turkey.

    Anyways we arrived at the bus station of Selcuk at about 11.00. Despite of the fact that there were several bus companies offering us tickets to Denizli (Pamukkale) for the amount around TL 30, the day before we decided to take a train because it´s much more comfortable, you can monitor your bag regularly, it´s possible to write (it´s not so bumpy and I don´t feel dizzy) and last but not least it was less expensive (TL 14,90 per ...

    Ephesus

    A travel blog entry by adflejoshdan on May 28, 2013

    18 photos

    ... right it is ruined.They have been slowly trying to excavate and rebuild it for 150 years.The city was once famous for the temple of Artemis(one of the 7 wonders of the ancient world),It also once had a population of over 250000 in the 1st century BC. Although we loved all this history it was time to hit the coast.We made our way back to Selcuk by way of a taksi and chatted to a crazy/nice turk who gave us all tiny evil eye pins.Off to the Otogar to catch the next bus to ...