Mathiassos Village Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Free parking
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... distillery - which one family has been running since 1896. Citron is made from the leaves of the citron (very large lemons) tree. The product is a protected derivation name in Greece, of three strengths: 36%, 33% and 30%. We had a chance to sample all three before we headed up the street to our lunch. It was another delicious meal, seated outside under a grape trellis and served from a family restaurant - and a curiosity for the villagers. If possible it was ...
... town. This road had some great scenery, of the farm areas, the dam and the views of the island.
We got back to the port and i walked back to the hotel/ hostel, i dropped off my stuff and then walked to st George beach, walked along to the end, then came back to the other end and walked back to the hotel/hostel. Here i used the WiFi did some reading, relaxed, did some packing and got ready for the next day.
I then walked into town. I went ...
... beach. This time i found a part of the beach that was nudist friendly, walking past them i found another spot and swam, then got out, headed back to the buggy and continued on. My last stop was at part of the beach where you could hire chairs. Here i hired one, got a drink and swam a bit, then came in, relaxed on the chairs.
I packed up about 3pm and headed back into the port, getting lost on the way and when i made it back into the town, could not find the right road back to the ...
... I then went for a walk up to the ruins that overlook the town. The ruins of the temple of Athena or something. There was lots of wind, but i was able to get some good pictures. I then came back down, walked through town and went back to the hotel/hostel after picking up some groceries from the nearby shops.At the hostel i dropped off stuff and then got changed to beach wear. I then went down to St Georges ...
... with us on our way. It really is the personal touch that makes Amorgos special. The business is family run, the produce is all local and grown themselves in adjoining veggie gardens. They treat you as one of the family while you are there. Leaving our hotel at Lakki village, our speedy driver decides to slow things down on the way to the port with all of us wondering if we will actually make the Flying Cat 4 ...