Kekrifalia Hotel

Address: Skaliri, Agistri, Saronic Gulf Islands, 18010, Greece | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Skaliri, Agistri, is near Temple of Aphaia and Vikos Gorge.
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        Travel Blogs from Agistri

        Greek island day 1: Agistri

        A travel blog entry by rachbritton on Jul 11, 2015

        49 photos

        ... of salt in your mouth if you swallowed any.

        We were having a great time lounging in the beautiful salty seawater, until we saw a violent murder take place! The local family who were swimming near us had decided to catch dinner I think. With about 15 of us bobbing in the water we watched as the mother emerged from the sea with an octopus wrapped around her hand.

        As she tried to pull it off, the octopus latched on as hard and fast as it could, leaving ...

        The Acropolis

        A travel blog entry by elrothchild on Dec 10, 2014

        9 photos

        ... There are some truly incredible views from up there. Once I'd seen everything I wanted to see, and read every interpretive sign I could find, I started making my way down in search of some falafel. You guys - I didn't even got lost once! I did discover the flea markets in Monastiraki accidentally though... But I found falafel! It was so good! It was served with hummus and tahini and baba ganoush and something that I can only describe as 'kindof like pico de gallo'. All ...

        A change of country

        A travel blog entry by jegibbs on Sep 20, 2014

        11 photos

        ... Athena, being the Goddess of wisdom (among other things) suggested an olive tree could provide food, oil and wood and would therefore serve the city well in years to come.

        There are amazing views from up here over the theatre of Dionysus and the city which has now grown around and over the old ruins of earlier times. Any excavation is an archaeological exercise. Even the museum building had to be raised and redesigned because ...

        Ancient Ruins

        A travel blog entry by emily_160 on Jul 24, 2014

        ... happy with my purchases. I told mum I would pay for it but she insisted that she pay for it as I had tried lots of new things on our holiday. That was the only shopping I did and after we looked in a few more shops and by then we had had enough of shopping so we got on a bus that took us back to the ship. On the bus we sat up the top in the open air and it was so nice having a cool breeze after being so hot all ...

        Ancient Athens

        A travel blog entry by beco70 on May 01, 2014

        8 photos

        ... hassles, and visits smaller islands that are beyond the reach of the large ships. This does mean that the ship sails by night, and is in port all day - so that is the entertainment! No Casinos or Bingo on this one! There is a bar, so everyone is happy! For our sail away, we were served platters of canapés and wine, and we watched Athens fade away as we drank beer on the back deck. Dinner was served in the dining room - a 6 course ...