Travel Blogs from Ixia
... rural Katakolon near the Theatre Olympia, to Agriturismo. Greeted by an Italian lady who married a Greek, speaks French and English so that's the group we're in. How nice it is to hear the French language again, Mac asks if we're going to visit 'Marmy' again before we leave (Kathy's Mum in Perigueux - obviously Greece is having similarities to France for Mac too). The farm is a mixed farm, ducks (including Chinese ducks who don't speak or make a sound), turkeys, ...
... that too. The water in the pool was amazingly salty, so salty that it made you extra buoyant (like the dead sea a bit) and easy to float. It was nice as the loungers were only about ¼ full whereas the area is usually quite crowded.
Tonight at dinner was the first gala night which meant dressing up. I had packed everyone clothes for this and it was nice to be finally using them since we've been carting them around for a month. ...
... of year and we didn't get there until 2. We had to do a big shop on the way to Olympia and had difficulty finding anywhere to shop. We were amazed at the number of children begging around the roads and shops. We pulled over at a " Cash and Carry " store ( not allowed in " it's for professionals only " ) and the van is immediately approached by unkempt children asking for money. Then at traffic lights further on, we were approached again ...
... but it really was only one main street. We made friends with a few dogs, as always, and scouted out where we could eat that night. I found a place that sold stamps and immediately got some (Long story, but basically I've had postcards for weeks and just keep forgetting/deciding to pass up getting stamps. It was getting ridiculous). The little convenience store also sold other things. Like candy. Like Haribo Roulette candy that ...
... nude. We saw the running track and had a go running on it.
Then we went to a museum which was full of statues that were taken from the ruined buildings in the historical park. Then we got lost on the way to the Olympic museum thanks to dad and soaked because of a sprinkler but that was the best part because it was boiling hot, the Olympic museum was also alright but not up to our ...
Other places to stay in Ixia
100 Iraklidon Avenue, Ixia | 5 star hotelfrom $134
- Fantastic Hotel for a lovely Holiday
- Fantastic value for money!
- Spoil your self
Iliadon St, Ixia | 4 star hotelfrom $66
- Well kept hotel
- Very good hotel
- Wonderful week
Ialissou Avenue, Ixia | 5 star hotelfrom $34
Lalissou Ave., Ixia | 4 star hotelfrom $149
- Lovely relaxing holiday
- Very disappointing!
- Vacation in Rhodes
Ialyssos Avenue, Ixia | 5 star hotelfrom $169
175, Iraklidon Str., Ixia | 4 star hotelfrom $128
- Could not do enough!
- Pleasant hotel
- Tre stelle e greco
Ialyssos Avenue, Ixia | 3 star hotelfrom $68
Ixia Beach, Ixia | 5 star hotelfrom $105
- Fantastic Holiday
- Terrible for children
- Great holiday!
Iraklidon Avenue, Ixia | 5 star hotelfrom $141
65 Sotiros Street, Ixia | 2 star hotelfrom $39
66 Sotiros, Ixia | 3 star hotelfrom $46
PO Box 4101, Ixia | 4 star hotelfrom $162
- Nice to be home!
- My best hotel yet
101, Iraklidon Ave, Ixia | 3 star hotelfrom $42
28 Ialissos Ave, Ixia | 4 star hotelfrom $95
Ixia | 4 star hotelfrom $120
- Hated the Oceanis
- Excellent hotel with great facilities
- Great Hotel
100 Iraklidon Avenue, Ixia | 5 star hotelfrom $398
Ixia beach, Ixia | 4 star hotelfrom $78
Ixia | Hotel
- Pine Trees Aka Ritz
- Fantastic, could not recommend enough!!!
- Loved Pine Trees!
Diogenis 3, Ixia | Hotelfrom $31
14 Triopa Street, Ixia | Hotelfrom $75
Iliados Street, Ixia | 5 star hotelfrom $153
84 Irakleidon Ave, Ixia | 5 star hotelfrom $125