Vardia Hotel

Address: Messinia, Kardamila, Peloponnese, Greece | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on Messinia, Kardamila.
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      Travel Blogs from Kardamila

      From Nauplion to Mistras to (New) Otilio

      A travel blog entry by paneend on Oct 16, 2014

      1 comment, 11 photos

      ... and the immaculate conception! After a lovely outdoor lunch we drove almost two hours to our hotel for tonight - Porto Otilio - down a steep windy road to the coast. I have a lovely room - with very bad wifi reception - with an ocean view. I went swimming in the Ionian Sea area of the Mediteranean as well as in the lovely hotel pool. A lot of us would like to stay in this quiet beautiful spot - but we have the Diros Caves and Kardamyli to see - and will sleep in Olympia tomorrow ...

      Caves, Historical Rubbish and the Amazing Race

      A travel blog entry by lynsey.nault on Oct 05, 2014

      1 comment, 39 photos

      ... 1.5 Euro. Delphi was a large and sprawling area built into the side of Mount Parnassus. It came complete with your typical trio of temples, a stadium and an amphitheatre. As with many Greek legends, the history of Delphi is captivating. At one point the centre of Greek civilization, it is known as the spot where two eagles, released by Zeus, met from the east and west to define it as such. In addition to New Zealand and the Rocky Mountains, I have easily found ...

      Mavromichalai Hotel travelled me.

      A travel blog entry by greekcypriot on May 31, 2013

      33 photos

      ... next door. It might be a bit expensive but it pays for what you get. (Check for my review on the restaurant).

      OVERALL: Highly recommended for all the reasons I mentioned above. The hotel was full so we could not stay one more night as I wished but I want to believe that the next time I come here I will have the opportunity to stay longer, meet the owners and congratulate them personally for their excellent services and struggle to keep history ...

      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 ...