Neilson Portomyrina Palace Beachclub

Address: Myrina, Lemnos, Northeast Aegean Islands, 814 00, Greece | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Myrina, Lemnos.
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    Travel Blogs from Lemnos

    Lest We Forget

    A travel blog entry by lindawb on Aug 05, 2015

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    ... made in this war. We were lucky enough to see them and let them know we were pleased they there. Probably, one of the most moving moments was reading the letter written by Ataturk, the once President of Turkey, and a commander in the Turkish army at the time of the war, written to the mothers of the fallen soldiers. The extent to which the Turkish people have supported the site of Gallipoli is quite astounding. After a big day, made a 5 hour bus trip back to Istanbul, and tumbled into ...

    LOVING LEMNOS

    A travel blog entry by mek1 on Sep 30, 2014

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    ... they also harvest sponges from the local waters. There are no rivers on the island but there are two lakes. One is brackish, having been formed by being sealed off from the sea. Stegically the island is important because of its location so close to the Dardenellles. The islands have had many different ethnic rulers, but they have always maintained their identity as Greeks.
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    Lemnos island, Greece

    A travel blog entry by traveldetails on Apr 29, 2014

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    ... for the production of local wine. See also “The Sanctuary of the Kaveires” where the famous Kavireia Mysteries took place. As for the beaches of the island, locals say they are… 102. Most of them are sandy, but there are lots with pebbles and seaweed. The most famous are “Riha Nera”, “Avlona”, “Plati” and “Thanos”. ...

    Where has the wind gone!

    A travel blog entry by mbkh11 on Sep 09, 2013

    Today was suppose to be 'the' day for wind this week according to Wind Guru, but hey it was wrong, even less then yesterday, resulting in no kites what so ever being out on the water. Highly disappointing but hey if a sport relies on the weather can't really complain. So vegged on the beach, did very little soaking up the sun, view and atmosphere. Maybe tomorrow wind guru is wrong and there actually is wind when it says there ...

    Kite surfing.......well sort of

    A travel blog entry by mbkh11 on Sep 08, 2013

    ... over 5km of bay to surf in so plenty of space for a beginner like me. The club itself well equipped with friendly staff, so didn't feel that being inept at staying on the board was an issue, certainly helped the confidence. It was nice not to worry about tides, deep water and if I did end up down wind I could just get out on the beach the other end of the ...