Porto Hydra Resort

Address: Plepi Hermionida, Peloponnese, 21051, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Plepi Hermionida, Peloponnese.
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    Travel Blogs from Peloponnese

    The City of Aegina

    A travel blog entry by greekcypriot on Sep 26, 2012

    4 comments, 54 photos

    ... busy harbour the city of Aegina is seemingly untouched by the tourist traffic that permeates the waterfront. The streets beyond the harbour are filled with local stores in narrow streets catering to the local population. Of course, those who crave a little normalcy in the course of a vacation it might be a pleasant surprise.

    If you are a lover of ancient artefacts you can visit the Ancient Kolona and the archaeological museum ...

    It is hot and today is a beach day

    A travel blog entry by paleojohn2010 on Jun 16, 2010

    9 photos

    ... combination sand and small pebbles, and don’t tell Kathy but there were lots of fish between 5 and 7 inches swimming around. We saw several sea urchins and some different types of sea weeds. The water is again crystal clear. I’ll try to take a couple of pictures that will show that - we’ll see.
    Dinner was at the Veranda restaurant this evening. It was midway up the harbor and the view was outstanding. ...

    Yachting - To Hydra

    A travel blog entry by tandc2007 on Oct 16, 2007

    13 photos

    ... for 10 minutes! They decided to give it a miss. Presumably its way cheaper for the locals, cos trains of donkeys are used to get concrete and building materials to house sites high on the hills, as well as get the groceries home.... We all set off exploring and Chris, Tina, Andy and Lee end up climbing to the high point above the harbour to what looks like a ruin of a castle, but turns out to be the ruin of an old windmill - ...

    Domes, Flowerpots and the Whole Caboodle

    A travel blog entry by alicecrabtree on Sep 21, 2006

    ... at one of the smaller inhabited islands, which looked like a pretty nice place for a sea change until you met the gruff locals serving up the souvlaki in the restaurants, who looked like they could defend their settlement if need be. The final destination on the day trip was Oia, the town without which there would be no photographic calendars of Greece, none of those framed pictures you find in Cunningham's Warehouse, none of those cheesy magnets. It was ...

    And All I Ask Is a Tall Ship...

    A travel blog entry by heleng2 on Jun 26, 2005

    3 photos

    ... is done to the accompaniment of appropriate rhythmic sea shanties. While Andy heaved on the jib sheet, my role was 'main runner 3' which meant I was on the windward side releasing the runners (moving backstays) when called to do so during the tack. Too early or too late and too much strain on the mast, and I would not have been popular - scary stuff! We had good wind (the crew said it was their windiest sail this season) and so the deck was over at 50 ...