Hotel Miramare Bay

Address: Kárpathos, Dodecanese, Greece | Hotel
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

Travel Blogs from Kárpathos


A travel blog entry by hanlonsmith on Jul 26, 2015


... for our first night, we are the only guests. It is pitch dark peaceful and staggeringly beautiful views looking down the west side of the island. The restaurant we visited last night did not have menus "we ask you to trust us, we bring food and you will eat it". They also gave us a carafe of wine, and then raki on the house. We almost fell off the blasted mountain on the way home. Today we joined a boat load of ...


A travel blog entry by hanlonsmith on Jul 22, 2015

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Yesterday we flew from Sitia airport to Karpathos. Sitia airport is without doubt the smallest airport we've ever been through and it therefore caters for the smallest planes. It was a 10 minute flight to Kassos where we picked up a few more passengers then a 5 minute flight on to Karpathos. The stewardess barely had time to throw snacks at us whilst offering juice or water. At the airport we picked up our hire car (which we have for 2 days ...


A travel blog entry by jilly361 on Oct 03, 2013

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... thick coat of salt over just about everything. The local fishermen came along and tied-up their boats with extra lines and fenders because they knew what to expect! It continued for another few days before finally dying down and we had one mooring line snap with the wear. It was not cold and we had all we needed in the way of shops for provisions so there was no rush to continue on to Crete. A young couple on a small yacht in the harbour ...


A travel blog entry by jilly361 on Sep 30, 2013

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... gap.

We then had to squeeze ourselves through steep rocks into the hidden anchorage of Tristoma where the water was so clear we could see 20m to the bottom and so still it was like gliding.
The almost deserted and ruined village at the head of the inlet had only one elderly Greek lady and one not quite so elderly gentleman living there in quite desolate conditions. They had sheep for company ...

The roving scapel

A travel blog entry by peter_northdale on May 14, 2011

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... to leave. Chatting to Alf and Roberta is fascinating, although Roberta does most of the talking. They have lead a interesting life, coming from Germany, where they met, to Greece, and Roberta’s stories make you realise that being a writer is not easy, with opportunities for paid work being squeezed by the growth of the internet. Moreover, travel writing is more problematic when you have a houseful of cats who limit your travelling. Yet despite their ...