Maleatis Apollo

Address: Kosmas, Peloponnese, 230 58, Greece | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Kosmas, Peloponnese.
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Travel Blogs from Peloponnese

... and then, Nirvana!

A travel blog entry by turnerstravels on Jun 04, 2015

8 comments

... we made to stay here for two full weeks. Our house is located in a pedestrian only area and driving in this area is reserved for "locals only". From the row of patio restaurants between the mountains and the sea there were many raised eyebrows as Jenn moved the sign for me to cruise into the pedestrian-zone sporting my kick-ass 5 speed, 4 door, white Peugeot Sewing Machine.

Immediately, I got a feeling like I do when I'm in Yorkville on a hot ...

Mani

A travel blog entry by bruce.poon on Jul 27, 2014

1 comment, 6 photos

... turns. We lifted the hood and noticed the car was 6 years old. Anyway, we drove to Peloponnese from Athens. We drove through the toll road for 4 hours. 13 euros of tolls later, we excited a few km from Kalamata. The last stretch of the toll road was still unfinished. We soon got to Kalamata; the town famous for its olives. The town is pretty big in comparison to towns in the area ...

Our Peloponnese Adventure

A travel blog entry by katherinecle on Apr 24, 2014

1 comment, 8 photos

This is the countryside that the usual visitors to Greece don't see. Its rugged mountains and deep gorges hold treasures - from Olympia to Momenvasia and from Epidavros to Mycenae. But it's not a gentle trip. It's miles of twisty narrow roads through mountain passes and down to the sea with tiny towns perched on the side of a mountain, or nestled in a little cove at sea level. It was amazing to watch our driver, Georgious, maneuver our ...

Quaint Spetses.

A travel blog entry by munchkins on Jul 03, 2013

12 photos

... two kilometers. The forecast was for light winds with a maximum of 12 knots, but more importantly flat seas. For once the forecasting had been right; this was not always the case in the part of Greece that we were sailing. Kathie took photos of the sunrise that was behind us as we motor sailed at a steady 6 knots; this would be a long sector of around ten hours before we would be in Spetses.

The time went surprisingly quick, at times we ...

A detour to Sparta (Sparti)

A travel blog entry by mezzaandyort on Oct 12, 2012

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... oil was also used to make soap, perfume and for oil burners. Olive oil for oil burners was very expensive so they weren’t used frequently. Now days as we already know olive oil is the base of all Greek cooking and I am sure we have consumed a lot of it.

We went to Lidl, a supermarket very much like Aldi. We stock up on some supplies, bread, ham, cheese, tomato, drinks and of course chocolate and all so cheap. We say goodbye to Sparta. ...

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