AKS Hinitsa Bay

Address: Hinitsa beach , Port Heli, Peloponnese, 21061, Greece | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Hinitsa beach , Port Heli, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Port Heli

    Another lazy day

    A travel blog entry by nicole.duncan on Jun 04, 2010

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    More water-skiing in Porto Heli. Today the entire family got in on the act. Hamish seemed to be reconsidering whether this was a good idea since his big brother was having none of it. However, as soon as it looked like we weren't going to give him a go and I started to put on the skis, he jumped in and said no no no it was his turn. Another great …

    Mycenae and Epidavros October 15

    A travel blog entry by paneend on Oct 15, 2014

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    ... later visited this site of their ancestors. And I followed in their footsteps today. First we went to the museum which has replicas of the grave artifacts (in Athens now) - funeral objects as well as objects of every day life - including tweezers and colander - and tablets of lists with Linear B writing. The entrance to the ruins of the city is through the Lions Gate - my picture does not do it justice. The lions are on the ...

    On to the Peloponnese

    A travel blog entry by paneend on Oct 14, 2014

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    Checked out of the Amazon Hotel in Athens and on our bus by 8:30. (As an aside, I wonder sometimes about hotel names: I stayed at the Amazon in Athens, the Titanic in Istanbul - with the movie on continuous play in the bar!) After an hour's drive we crossed over the Corinth Canal - a shortcut between the Adriatic/Ionian and the Aegean Seas. The ancients tried to build one in the 600's BC - this one was built in the 1880's, destroyed in WW II and then ...

    Nauplia, a treat!

    A travel blog entry by msudenveralumni on Jul 07, 2014

    29 photos

    ... sup> and 12th BC and spread to all the known sites of this period in the Mediterranean basin.

    On the road from modern Mycenae to the acropolis we visited one of the most important of the Mycenean monuments—the Treasury of Atreus.

    The treasury is the most representative and best-preserved example of a tholos tomb (1250 BC) and is believed (or, perhaps, hoped) to be the burial place of Agamemnon.

    The entrance is ...

    And another road trip

    A travel blog entry by vivmedeiros0825 on Jul 20, 2013

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    ... spellbound... We could have stayed in the same spot, trying to take it all in, but of course we had more to see. Tearing ourselves away, (quite a feat, I must tell you) we strolled through the streets, all lined with shops and taverns, and ended up by the water, where we were greeted by yet another wonder.. a Venetian fortress on a small island in the middle of the water, called the Bourtzi, which once housed the executioners and prisoners.

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