Karalis Beach

Pylos beach (end of Tsamadou Street), Pylos, Peloponnese, 24001, Greece | Hotel
Prices starting from $93.00

Travel Blogs from Pylos

Beach & play

A travel blog entry by lisanasis

... Evening - walk to paralia, sat at dodoni - Freddy had a chocolate crepe. He said 'kopella fere Kati yummy yummy'. He stood up on his chair & broke a glass. Then said 'xehasame ton baba'. Then went and played at the kids play area. As we left he said 'kalinihta ...


A travel blog entry by lisanasis

... left and said 'pou tha katsi o fotakis' - walked up to Mary's cat and said 'hallo me lene fotaki' - as we were all driving home he said 'kalinihta Bruno ' ( Mary's dog) - in the garden looking at Bruno said 'theli na thi ton allo Bruno ' -cos u can go around and see him from the living room So qioot he loves it here Sent from my ...

Horshoe bay castle and Pylos

A travel blog entry by saradavid


Walked up to the cave and fort on the hill above the beach. A hot challenging climb up a very steep hill, but was worthwhile for the views from the top. Back down for a swim and laze around the beach. Headed back to the vanto read and relax some more, before heading back down to the ...

Three and a half thousand miles and a bit more!

A travel blog entry by denfrancis


... worth it - I was just in time to buy a ticket for the 4.30 pm bus to Pylos via Tripoli and Kalamata, and a cheese pie (Tiropita) and water (Nero) for the journey.

Had I missed the bus, there would have been other options - stay at a nearby hotel or go on to another town - maybe Sparti - from which there are buses to Kalamata, or to Argos or Naphlion, from where buses go to Tripoli, though maybe I would have needed an overnight stay. ...

Villages in the Hills - visiting Lamda Olive Grove

A travel blog entry by denfrancis


If you've followed my blogs or visited the Trigono-Lamda website at

  • http://www.trigonogroves.com
you may have realised that the groves I visit are not located close to each other and that my general mode of transport is by foot or public transport, which in rural Greece means bus. I have been fortunate in having friends who would give me lifts, and have quite often taken taxis but its good to know that you can get where ...


This hotel, located on Pylos beach (end of Tsamadou Street), Pylos, is near Epidaurus Theater, Epidaurus Archaeological Museum, and Epidive Center.
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