Travel Blogs from Zaros
... the city with my family.
... speaks a little English at least so it's not hard to communicate. Then we drove to the western coast to our hotel on the Aegean Sea.It is very pretty!!! We took pictures and got dressed for dinner. Dr. Hoff took us to his favorite taverna. AMAZING FOOD!!! We had lots of appetizers like tzatziki, fish egg spread for our bread, squid, octopus, snail, and Greek salad. It was all very very good. I loved all of it, and the waiters were very friendly and ...
... in all of Greece -see, see still alive". Which it was and huge, at least a metre tip to tip.
As with the Greek lifestyle, took a siesta midafternoon to recharge for Greek night on the top deck.
Greek night on the top deck was great fun, course after course of traditional food including grilled octopus (the most tender I have ever eaten). A group of local dancers then came onboard to entertain us and teach us some steps. Great fun and great eye candy.
... Greek archaeological sites. The Venetian fortress of the city is unique and worth a visit on its own at any time of day or night. You should not miss walking at the small narrow streets of the old town. Near Heraklion you will find many beautiful beaches to cool off in summertime, while there are various good options available for your entertainment as well. The local cuisine is famous across the world! You should trust Cretans on this !!
... in her cave! Found ourselves later in the town of Makriyialos in the Akrotiri apartments, on the tip of the ocean, once again looking out towards Africa. And, once again, we are the only guests and this time the first guests of the season. Waiting for us on the table was a bottle of Raki, two glasses, and a plate of cookies. Our hosts were awaiting our arrival ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Keramos Zaros
A pleaseant 1 nighter, you would not want any more as there is little to see around this area besides vines and olives. Really is one of the best breakfasts you can get in Greece, but for dinner, stay away from the vegetarian joint around the corner. These guys will recomend it, but every dish we received from the set menu had meat in it.
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