Vardia Hotel

Address: Messinia, Kardamila, Peloponnese, 240 22, Greece | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Messinia, Kardamila.
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          • Bar/lounge


          • Free High-Speed Internet
          • Kitchenette
          • Free parking


          • Suites


          • Room service

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          Travel Blogs from Kardamila

          Deep Mani

          A travel blog entry by dan-shelley on Oct 27, 2015

          4 photos

          Today we explored Deep Mani, the arid southern half of the Peloponnese's "middle finger," noted for its martial towers and fierce inhabitants. After walking around Vathia, we took advantage of unseasonably warm weather to swim, hike, and lunch on the beach at Porto Kayio. ...

          Kyrimai Restaurant - Culinary Dinding!

          A travel blog entry by greekcypriot on Jun 06, 2013

          15 photos

          ... Baklava with fresh & dry fruit & vanilla ice cream -it was too sweet for my taste but my husband loved it.
          We also tried the Cream cheese flavored with mint & jam, but we preferred more the Meringues with warm fruit salad and ice cream.

          Fresh fruit served with ice cream cost €6.00

          TIP: Guests should have in mind that service in the restaurant can be a bit slow, however the food is definitely worth the wait.


          On the beach, you can live in bliss

          A travel blog entry by thebests on Sep 01, 2012

          26 photos

          ... original ~40 columns, only about 6 are left standing, with the remains of a few others scattered about the place. Regardless, the site, like everything else we had seen was impressive. Directly south of the temple, there is another collection of ruins that were closed. Archaeological excavations are ongoing all the time in Athens, and this was one place where this was happening.

          We then turned north toward the botanical gardens. We wandered through for an hour or ...

          Ithaki - the place to which I will return

          A travel blog entry by denfrancis on Mar 18, 2011

          6 photos

          ... take
          a route that winds around the hills. The building has existed since 1969 but had had suffered subsidence in one corner during an earthquake. The shutters were old; there were no windows and swallows had nested inside. The first job in 2000 was to reinforce the foundations, then earthquake proof by stripping down to the breeze blocks, and encasing in steel mesh. The walls were then rendered and coated with water resistant ...

          CHIOS - The Unspoiled Island

          A travel blog entry by greekcypriot on May 10, 2010

          3 photos

          ... the rival Greek cities, suffering reprisals from all directions.

          On the brighter side of things, Malas establishes the famous Chios School of Sculpture in the seventh century B.C. and a number of great sculptors like Mikkiades, Bupalos, Archermos, Athenis, Malas and Glavkos were graduates of the school.

          In the Hellenistic era, the famous historian from Chios, Theopompos, joins Alexander the Great on his great pursuit and records ...