Villa Iviski

Aegina, Saronic Gulf Islands, Greece | Hotel

Travel Blogs from Aegina

Athens the land of Ruins... well one of them...

A travel blog entry by latzylu


... if I was happy to be alone or felt left out of a large group with a guide... maybe a little of both. I paid and gave my bag to the bag keeper locker room people. I think the photos can tell the story from here.

When I came out of the museum I sat on the grass across from the museum for awhile and ate whatever stash of food I had on me, did some yoga stretches, enjoyed sitting down in the sun and people watching. then I decided it was time to move on. ...

May 12-19, The Final Week

A travel blog entry by cdeal2014


... had known how cool it would be I TOTALLY WOULD HAVE TAKEN IT. Seriously, CYA needs to advertise that more. It'd totally get some people, I'm sure. But anyway, their professor has been the head restorator of the Propylaia for the past thirty years or so, and when they asked he totally agreed to lead us around behind the scenes of everything. I mean, like, the Parthenon people didn't even really want us going in there very far, but then Tanoulis (the professor) ...

Dinning at the "Ioannis" Restaurant

A travel blog entry by greekcypriot


... 8217;t disappoint you. I highly recommend it not only for the Festive season but also for any special occasion.

In all I can say that from the style and ambience of this elegant dining spot, to the delivery of unparalleled service, dedication to detail makes dining here an experience you will always cherish. The same passion is applied to sourcing fine quality ingredients and in the design of exciting new twists to contemporary Greek cuisine. Keep the good work up ...

The Boutique Hotel "Rastoni"

A travel blog entry by greekcypriot


... fresh fruit, nice quality tinned orange or grapefruit juice. The juice is NOT the type we usually find in 4* hotels made of sugar and colour diluted in water! Here the juice is also served in a crystal jug.

In the meantime I got acquainted with several guests so the following two mornings I felt as if I was having breakfast at a friend’s villa with friends around. Now that I am home I can tell that I have already missed this ...

Travel Day - Rome to Athens

A travel blog entry by louielou


... teachers - and to take your pick at reasons why they were protesting. Obviously I don't know enough on the situation  to have a strong opinion but it was interesting to listen to a Greek persons opinion on the situation and how it was really affecting people here (and not just how it is portrayed in the news). Kyle arrived back at the hostel about half an hour later. While buying his book, he could hear the protesting outside, but with all the people, his route home ...


This hotel, located in Aegina, is near Temple of Aphaia and Vikos Gorge.
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5.00 of 5 stars Outstanding

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