Orizontes Hotel & Villas

Address: Main Street, Pyrgos, Santorini, Cyclades, 84700, Greece | 4 star hotel
 
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This 4 star hotel, located on Main Street, Pyrgos, is near Red Beach, Museum of Prehistoric Thera, Santo Winery, and Thirasia.
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      Travel Blogs from Pyrgos

      May 3-May 6, Santorini Continued

      A travel blog entry by cdeal2014 on May 09, 2013

      17 photos

      ... cookie-cake things that are a tradition as well (with a debate over whether the wrapper was food or paper), and at the end we cracked our red-dyed eggs to see who would be the winner. Unlike last year...it wasn't me :(

      The bill came to 30 euros each, but the shock was muted by the copious amounts of wine we all had in us at that point. I mean, at one point, the waiter told us "Why don't you want more wine? We're all getting drunk tonight!" We were also ...

      A nice big update for you!

      A travel blog entry by possum1 on Jun 15, 2012

      3 comments, 13 photos

      ... in Greece, and the lady who stamped my passport was listening to music on her phone in one ear! I got off the metro yesterday at a stop because it looked like there was a shopping centre there, but it turned out to be a soccer stadium – there were heaps of ads for electronic goods on the outside, which mislead me… After that I went to find the Acropolis, but I only managed to see it from a distance and I couldn’t work out how to get closer, but I saw some ...

      Ancient Olympics

      A travel blog entry by windisfree on Jul 13, 2011

      8 photos

      ... to wander around and a museum full of the things that have been dug up from the site. We enjoyed learning about the Olympics and the changes that have happened over the past millennium. The whole site was buried in about the 6th century AD and was only discovered in the early 1800's with excavations happening in the late 1800’s. The museum has many statues of marble, pottery, weapons and armour which all help to tell the story ...

      Tis Said !!

      A travel blog entry by amazingone on Jul 03, 2011

      3 comments, 41 photos

      ... remaining 6 months would bring much more of THAT into my life. As usual Artemis was late taking myself and another couple to the Port however I didn’t mind. Even if the ferry left without me I wouldn’t have cared. It didn’t however and as we descended the steep mountain road for the last time THE VIEW took my breath away (literally). Not so far from the Santos winery this scene was now illuminated by the setting sun. The water was entirely silver and it was ...

      Lot's of hassle but the Olympic's are worth it!

      A travel blog entry by abalzer on May 11, 2011

      6 photos

      ... surrounding the track. The track’s start and finish line is marked by a line of white marble. Once we were inside of the site we saw the entrance to the stadium where the contestants walked before and after their competitions. We also stopped to take some pictures of the Temple of Zeus and the Temple of Hera before entering the site.

      Once again I will not bore you with all of the details I learned while visiting the site but ...