Goulas Hotel

Monemvasia, Peloponnese, 230 70, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Monemvasia


A travel blog entry by canadianmom


Another sunny and hot day. As we drove through the town of Skala we noticed a sign that indicated a temperature of 32 degrees Celsius. It felt very hot today. I picked up some food for lunch at the mini market and we continued on to Monemvasia.

Monemvasia is a town located on a huge rock island. It has a lot of historical importance. A …

Monemvasia - Single Gate

A travel blog entry by johnandrich


Hello from the island village of Monemvasia, Greece.

We drove from Nafplion down the Peloponnese peninsula toward Monemvasia. We used our GPS mapping device to map our route. Prior to this little journey, our GPS mapping device has been a godsend to get us through areas and has been far superior to any paper map we have found. …

Rome and Monomvasia, Greece

A travel blog entry by barb.roney


... and we had a nice balcony outside. Before 6.00am a load of trucks moved in and dumped several loads of gravel and sand on the beach. We were very happy to leave that place and headed to Monomvasia which is a Byzantinian walled castle on a rock off shore. Most of the Greek photos will be of this place as it was quite something! Tomorrow we will take a ferry to ...


A travel blog entry by katherinecle


... ruins and we can just make out a few of then at the very top.

Dinner is on our own after a town tour with the group. There isn't much to see in the new town but a very good pastry shop was recommended and we brought a wonderful piece of chocolate cake for dessert back to the hotel.

The next morning we left to take the shuttle bus across the causeway to tour the Venetian Momemvasia. Wearing our ...

4 days in Neapoli

A travel blog entry by robbynpeter


... built on a rocky islet cut off from the mainland by an earthquake in AD 375 and is accessible by a narrow bridge. It's a stunning old world village all in stone with narrow streets crowding in on you, some held up with scaffolding beams. Some places are being restored, people live here, there is accommodation and plenty of cafés and shops for the tourists. It's beautiful and expensive. Pete became quit sick on the last ...

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