Hydra Traditional Hotel

8 Voulgari, Hydra, Saronic Gulf Islands, 18040, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Hydra

Delphi, Olympia and Hydra

A travel blog entry by alice-patrick


... coast and then veered inland. We walked by tiny churches, farms and olive groves and found a scenic spot for lunch. A walk we thought was going to last a couple hours turned into a five hour ramble through the rocks, hills and narrow lanes of the island. As I snapped endless photos a woman approached and told us about what promised to be a spectacular sunset. We made is just in time to witness the sun disappearing on the horizon.

Our second hike took ...

Hydra (Saronic Gulf) to Poros (Saronic Gulf)

A travel blog entry by rknepper


... Jean. Jean and I sat topside and had a gin-tonic cocktail, while Anne was helping Jacques, and Louis was pestering Marina for whatever his momentary needs were. Within an hour, Frederick had set the table, and began bringing up the wonderful leg of lamb dinner, with roasted potatoes, baked garlic and green beans. Excellent company and superb food. Louis will be joining us tomorrow for our trip thru the Corinth Canal. Jacques is to pick up Louis with the zodiac at ...

Serifos, (Cyclades) to Hydra, (Saronic Gulf), GR

A travel blog entry by rknepper


... and six Orthodox monasteries. Two particularly noteworthy monasteries are Profitis Ilias, founded in the 10th Century, and Ayia Efpraxia. Both are on a hill overlooking the main harbour. The island's Cathedral is the old Monastery of the Dormition of the Virgin and sits on the quayside in the town. The Monastery contains the tomb of Lazarus Koundouriotis, the richest sea captain on Hydra, who gave his entire fortune to support the Greek War of ...

Hydra Island

A travel blog entry by les121


... Greek War of Independence in 1821. The main city, called Hydra port, in the center of the island, is flanked by parapets with canons, which protected the town. In the 18th century Hydra also controlled sea trade and commerce and since then has been the birthplace of some of Greece’s most famous leaders and fighters.

We swam in the Aegean Sea, which is one of the coolest things I’ve done since I came to Greece. There wasn’t a ...

Heavon on Hydra

A travel blog entry by wegz


... local jump off a rock about 30 feet above the water so someone in our group did it... after awhile nearly ten of us jumped it. Took me like ten minutes standing on the rock untill i did it.

Spetses was less interesting, but i had some more gelato and had a relaxing time. Bought some "worry beads" basically the greek version of a stress ball.

Tomorrow is a normal class day on the ruins. But hopefully it will be another beautiful day!



This hotel, located on 8 Voulgari, Hydra, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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