Hotel Leto Hydra
No availability found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
Travel Blogs from Hydra
It is time to get ripped off.
First we jump in to a cab after our bus ride. A helpful guy tells us he will take us to the ferry's but after waiting 10 mins while he argues with other cabbies we jump and flee. We both feel very proud that we listened to our gut feeling. We are just soooo in touch with the universe.
At the ferry …
... captain returned. Before Jacques returned to Millie, the noon-time ferry was arriving B L A R R I N G its horn a half a dozen times. Marina, Frederick and I just watched, helpless until Jacques returned, as the ferry got closer and closer. "OMG.. what do we do?.....? I asked Marina "Well, there is nothing we can do until Jacques returns..." Marina answered, rather frustrated and nervous at the same time. We could have called him, but he left both of his phones on the ...
... and locals (Hydriots). Steep stone streets lead up and outwards from the harbor area. Most of the local residences, as well as the hostelries on the island are located on these streets. No cars are allowed in Hydra, so the only transport is by donkey, bicycle or foot. Hydra depends upon tourism, and Athenians comprise a sizeable segment of its visitors. High speed hydrofoils and catamarans from Piraeus, some 37 nautical miles (69 km) away, ...
... 200m across the inlet. The port is bustling with cars and people and shops. Straight across from the boat are some shops with steep stairs running up the side. So up I go. The next level are more little shops and a lane with many homes. I walk around here for a while just checking it all out. Find some more steep stairs so climb them too. From here I can see back to the port and the other island. The water is so blue and clear, the sun warm but not unpleasant and ...
... down some streets on the island. We came across some donkeys and a giant chess board. We started heading back to the main road and the boat when we ran into Abbie. She seemed happy as can be exploring Hydra by herself. Before getting back on the boat, we stopped at a shop and bought some water, and I bought a postcard for my mom.
We said goodbye to Hydra and boarded the boat and headed for the next island on our tour: Poros.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
Comfortable and clean hotel, friendly staff. Value iffy
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.