Xylokastro Beach Hotel

Melissi, Peloponnese, 20400, Greece | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Melissi

First Day in Athens!

A travel blog entry by sarahkay93


... get to know them! Today we hiked to the top of the tallest hill in Athens!! The view was amazing! We could see the whole city of Athens, including the Parthenon and the ocean! Tonight we are going to a play in Epiaduras to see a play at an outside Greek theatre! It will be quite an experience! I can't wait to explore more of Greece ...

Greece is the word!

A travel blog entry by mattandchlo


... t ‘off’ as such, it’s just not something you would choose given the choice. As well as breakfast supplies we also bought ingredients to cook dinner that night. Due to a lack of real power within the cooking hob in our apartment, 2 hours after starting dinner, a basic pasta was cooked. The township of Kamari Beach was jam packed with restaurants anyway, so it was decided we would probably make use of them more often than not!

Over the next week ...

Discovering Athens

A travel blog entry by crownie


... station, and when we got out of it, we were literally on the street on the Plaka (a restaurant and café strip that surrounds the Acropolis) it was literally like stepping into Europe. We then wheeled our luggage to the Herodien hotel. I think we should have got a taxi, but we weren't sure of the costs involved from the airport, as it was quite a distance. Anyway we made it and it was fun looking back at it now. Our room was amazing ...

Buried treasure from Sikyon

A travel blog entry by denfrancis


... I was relieved to see that although i was the only visitor, there were staff at the small museum and around the site. I went to the Museum first, quite small, housed in a former Roman bath-house, restored, as the guide book says, in 1935.

On show was a mixture of artifacts from Mycenaean to Roman times and I was especially interested in the small grave markers ...

Kiato, the end of the line

A travel blog entry by denfrancis


... visit to the town at the end of the suburban railway for a long time, and having decided that this would be the trip to include the visit, and with work all completed or provided for, I was anxious not to face delays and reach Kiato too late in the day. I have always found Greek buses pleasant and they seem to keep to a good time schedule, but I wish there were more of them!


This hotel, located in Melissi, is near Efpalinion Tunnel, Heraion, Archaeological Museum, and Moni Vronta.
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