Nautica Bay Hotel

Address: Port Heli, Peloponnese, 21061, Greece | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located in Port Heli, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Port Heli

    Mycenae and Epidavros October 15

    A travel blog entry by paneend on Oct 15, 2014

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    ... wall of the city was made of boulders weighing over 5 tons each - ancient tourists theorized that giant Cyclops must have lifted them into place. Inside the gates we came to Grave Circle A - which probably was for royal remains. When it was discovered and opened up in the late 1800's by the German archaeologist Schliemann it was a treasure of gold artifacts - they are now in the National Archeology Museum in Athens and I saw some of ...

    On to the Peloponnese

    A travel blog entry by paneend on Oct 14, 2014

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    ... It is 4 miles long, 78 feet wide and 26-30 feet deep. Large cruise ships can go through but not the large tankers. About 15,000 ships go through a year. On our way Nafplio we could see ancient Corinth up on a very high hill - perched on its rocky top. (Next to the Athens Acropolis is Mars Hill, where Paul went to preach to the Athenians - apparently encountering a skeptical audience. Those of us in Seattle have been hearing a lot about a different Mars ...

    Nauplia, a treat!

    A travel blog entry by msudenveralumni on Jul 07, 2014

    29 photos

    ... and cuts into the hillside with a doorway three-stories tall. You then enter into a large dome, the largest of its time and for more than 1,200 years until the Romans built the Pantheon.

    We then hiked to the hilltop to Acropolis of Mycenae.

    We passed the grave circle that included the tombs of Clytaemnestra, a relative of Agamemnon, and his rival Aegisthus, before entering the Lion Gate.

    The main, monumental entrance to the ...

    And another road trip

    A travel blog entry by vivmedeiros0825 on Jul 20, 2013

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    ... high up in the mountains, was yet another castle, the Palamidi, where Theodore Kolokotronis (a hero in the Greek Revolution) was imprisoned. To reach the castle, one must climb 999 steps, all carved into the rocks.

    As it was late, we did not visit the castles, but from below, lit up, it still created the perfect picture.... Amazing! Climbing back in the car we were silent as we reveled in all that we had seen.

    Time to rest for our next adventure ...

    Mysteries of Mystras

    A travel blog entry by swissandy on Aug 12, 2012

    11 photos

    ... be worse than that), so we manage. The top is truly incredible, and well worth the climb: we stand inside the citadel looking out across the Spartan plain. There is no way any approaching army could fail to be spotted, and I can't see one place they could set up and even touch this castle. We get inside the inner citadel and can climb up the walls themselves, walking the battlements like the old garrison. These ruins are far from the sterile, roped-off sights we see in our ...