Kythea Resort

Agia Pelagia, Kythira, Peloponnese, 80100, Greece | 4 star hotel
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Travel Blogs from Agia Pelagia

Rome and Monomvasia, Greece

A travel blog entry by barb.roney


... we collected rental car and headed straight for the Pelopanesse. Peter managed pretty well driving on the right hand side down freeways. We had no hassle arriving in Naphlio for our first night but......had great difficulty finding our booked accommodation. We finally arrived at 9.30pm ready for a good sleep. ----how wrong we were!. The pension was on a lovely ...


A travel blog entry by katherinecle


... wildflowers at this time of year. A month later and David says that the whole area will be dry and brown. The contrast of the brilliant colours of the flowers against the brown and grey stones means that that many photographs have been taken by both of us.

We returned down the steep paths in a light rain shower and a wind storm that made me very glad I had worn a jacket and not carried my umbrella. We had ...

Tainaro, Lakonia

A travel blog entry by traveldetails


It is also known as Kavo Matapa. Located in the southern point of Peloponnesus, it is the south most point of Greek mainland dividing with its peninsula the Laconian bay from the Messinian one. A mystic place since ancient times…this is where ancient Greeks believed the underworld entrance to Hades was located… this is the place ...

4 days in Neapoli

A travel blog entry by robbynpeter


... built on a rocky islet cut off from the mainland by an earthquake in AD 375 and is accessible by a narrow bridge. It's a stunning old world village all in stone with narrow streets crowding in on you, some held up with scaffolding beams. Some places are being restored, people live here, there is accommodation and plenty of cafés and shops for the tourists. It's beautiful and expensive. Pete became quit sick on the last ...

The Rock

A travel blog entry by retiredgypsies


Monemavasia (meaning 'single entrance') is located on an island that was separated from the mainland by an earthquake in 375 AD. It was the site of a medieval fortress and is connected to the mainland by a 200 meter causeway. Our view of 'The Rock' was from a hotel on the mainland. It was a small family run hotel on the main street, with a small grocery store below it, run also by the same family and who sell the vegetables from their own farm ...


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