Helmos Hotel

Address: Platia Eleftherias 1, Kalavrita, Peloponnese, 250 01, Greece | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Platia Eleftherias 1, Kalavrita, is near Archaeological Museum of Nauplion, Municipal Museum of the Holocaust of Kalavryta, and Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation Museum.
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      Saying goodbye to gyro

      A travel blog entry by arilauraharold on Nov 17, 2014

      16 photos

      ... a final swim off the beautiful Greek coastline we had one last site to see. Olympia was nearby so we couldn’t say no. For all the grief Greece gets for poor organization/generally getting anything together there historical sites have all provided fantastic facilities, free parking and for us great admission prices. Bonus. Olympia did not disappoint. Being able to walked around the original Olympic ...

      Head for the hills!!

      A travel blog entry by footloose_llr on Oct 24, 2013

      2 comments, 66 photos

      ... gets very cold at night. So once we finally got him to leave we settled in, Deb and I ended up sharing and we moved the beds apart but then only had one doona, one big blanket and the cover.... we were a bit worried we'd get in trouble if we used that but Deb took it out and in the morning we made sure we folded it up exactly as Aris had so we didn't offend him!! Changed and refreshed we headed down to reception, as instructed by Aris, so he could show us where to eat. He insisted ...

      Visiting family

      A travel blog entry by nicholasclan on Oct 20, 2013

      4 photos

      ... top were Chrissoula with her daughter and granddaughter. We had some very sweet, spiced cake for afternoon tea. George is the only one who speaks English and is has been a long time since he lived in NZ, so it is a little rusty (but much better than our Greek)! Sia came over from next door and kissed and squeezed everyone. She is tiny. We went for a walk around the village and met George's donkey. We also saw his son Theo bringing the sheep ...

      The Ruins & Gulf of Korinthos

      A travel blog entry by munchkins on Jul 20, 2013

      35 photos

      ... rocky hills down into the narrow entrance and suddenly Orca was heeled to maximum and doing nearly nine knots. I was hand steering luckily as Orca was doing its best to round up into wind. The rocky shore was where the wind was coming from and at nine knots it wouldn’t take Orca long to end up on the rocks. I fought each gust as it came, each time as we heeled the rudder becoming less effective until I managed to steer it away. Finally we were past ...

      From Italy to Greece

      A travel blog entry by jonmatters on Jul 04, 2012

      ... was dangerous. I don’t understand such thinking, for while they are indeed having economic difficulties, they haven’t degenerated into a state of anarchy. The place seems perfectly normal for a Mediterranean country so far. And with the really clear and blue water here, I think I prefer this to the Italian coast. Just watching the sunset reflect off the water my first night here has been incredible. The water almost ...