Onar Hotel Kokkoni

Address: Avras & Kanari 119, Velon, Peloponnese, 200 02, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Avras & Kanari 119, Velon, is near Ancient Mycenae, Mystras, Lion Gate, and Citadel and Treasury of Atreus.
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    Travel Blogs from Velon

    Ancient Theatre hidden on a hill

    A travel blog entry by abi.latham on Jun 02, 2015

    9 photos

    ... competitions, and a theatre.

    Epidavros is built into the side of a tree covered hill, 20 minutes from Nafplio and is the finest and best preserved of all of Greece's 132 ancient theatres. The main elements of orchestra, and small stage typical of a Greek Theatre are framed by seating for 15,000. It has excellent acoustics and is a testimony to ancient acoustical engineering as even the spoken word can be heard clearly ...

    Day 17 - The Little Things

    A travel blog entry by alexandermcbird on Feb 20, 2015

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... None of it. Every day I wake up and I have more energy than I’ve ever had. I almost always wake up with energy anyway, hence the running, but this is different. Now it’s because every day, no matter what I will be doing, is an adventure. I want so dearly to share this feeling with anyone who is reading. I hope in these short words I have conveyed at least a portion of it.
    If you are reading this, know that I am safe, and having the time of my life!

    Epic failure

    A travel blog entry by edwardrugg on Jun 27, 2014


    ... a few moments that are making it worthwhile. There are some lovely places around the town of Nafplion which is full of venetian architecture and doesn't look like Greece at all. A couple of interesting museums and loads of authentic Italian gelaterias. So at least for a little part of the day as I lick my stracciatella or pistachio ice cream and view the floodlit citadel I can say some of it is still worth it.

    Corinth #1: Isthmus be my lucky day!

    A travel blog entry by brookskeith on Apr 24, 2013

    5 photos

    ... Games, competed with the mainland Olympic Games for prestige and brought tens of thousands of visitors to Corinth every two years. Nancy and Bill, the English word currant is a medieval loan-word derived from Corinth as raisins and other tropical fruits were harvested famously in this area for centuries! And Corinth was also famous in ancient times for its bronze, the exact recipe of which is still a mystery. Greek and Roman collectors emptied nearby mines to ...


    A travel blog entry by teresaingreece on Aug 07, 2012

    5 photos

    ... tavernas and the sea wall is only a foot high. The owner of each of the 2 or 3 tavernas stand outside and hopes that you will dock at his place. They advertise free showers (outside, more to rinse off than wash)It is so quaint and quite here.You step off the boat right into the outdoor rest. space. We have landed at George's (Stavros rest.) , The wind coming off the 90 meter hills is hot, so there is not cool breeze even though the wind is blowing 20 ...