Ilios Hotel

Address: Pithagórion, Sámos, Northeast Aegean Islands, 83103, Greece | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in Pithagórion, is near Pyrgi, Nea Moni Monastery, Olympi, and Kastro.
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        Travel Blogs from Pithagórion

        Roman ruins

        A travel blog entry by newsbob on May 24, 2015

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        ... and time-share condos on the cliffs overlooking the harbor.

        Ephesus is about half-an-hour’s drive from Kusadasi, and consists of a well-developed archeological site of a sizable Roman city dating back to 3000 BC.

        And before that, there is evidence that the area was colonized by the Ionians in the 10th century BC.

        Of particular note was the entrance to the Library ...

        More Ancient ruins, this time in Turkey

        A travel blog entry by lauraandmikey on Nov 09, 2014

        17 photos

        ... we’ve seen on this trip and the range and colour of fresh fruit and veg were incredible. All the locals seemed to be there doing their weekly shop, and I don’t think I’ve ever seen so many cucumbers in all my life! We selected some grapes and bananas to snack on for later, and we were on our way.

        We walked the few kilometres from Selcuk to Ephesus which took us via the Temple of Artemis. Only one pillar remains of what was once the largest ...


        A travel blog entry by jkovacs on Aug 15, 2014

        24 photos

        ... The winery has a wonderful patio where we were able to eat lunch overlooking the vineyards.

        Then it was time for the star attraction - Ephesus. Ephesus has been called "The Best Preserved Ancient Site in the World" for several decades. This harbor town was inhabited as far back as 300 BC. However it came to prominence during Roman rule. The Emperor Augustus made it the capital of the province of Asia and it continued to gain power.

        Izmir, Turkey

        A travel blog entry by stephen.glenda on Oct 09, 2013

        17 photos

        ... site. It is nearly sure, that the Minoen Cretans had colonized all the shores of western and southern Asia Minor. After our tour of Ephesus we choose to go for a traditional Turkish lunch and demonstration of rug making. The location was a small farm along the highway where we were told they grow most of their own fruits and vegetables. We had bread, yogurt mixed with carrots and spices. They had a tomato and lettuce salad, rice, potatoes, chicken and very spicey meatballs. Dessert ...


        A travel blog entry by adflejoshdan on May 28, 2013

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        ... right it is ruined.They have been slowly trying to excavate and rebuild it for 150 years.The city was once famous for the temple of Artemis(one of the 7 wonders of the ancient world),It also once had a population of over 250000 in the 1st century BC. Although we loved all this history it was time to hit the coast.We made our way back to Selcuk by way of a taksi and chatted to a crazy/nice turk who gave us all tiny evil eye pins.Off to the Otogar to catch the next bus to ...