Yialasi

Address: Gialassi Beach, Epidavros, Peloponnese, 21059, Greece | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Gialassi Beach, Epidavros.
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    Travel Blogs from Epidavros

    Ancient Theatre hidden on a hill

    A travel blog entry by abi.latham on Jun 02, 2015

    9 photos

    ... competitions, and a theatre.

    Epidavros is built into the side of a tree covered hill, 20 minutes from Nafplio and is the finest and best preserved of all of Greece's 132 ancient theatres. The main elements of orchestra, and small stage typical of a Greek Theatre are framed by seating for 15,000. It has excellent acoustics and is a testimony to ancient acoustical engineering as even the spoken word can be heard clearly ...

    Sailing day 1 - Epidahvros

    A travel blog entry by duchesne on Sep 14, 2014

    2 comments, 9 photos

    ... to help us unpack the provisions. We cooled off at a beachside taverna and went to bed to the noise of some Russian men partying all night on their boat. The next day, Frank and Tarra arrived early and we set off. Our destination was Epidahvros, about 28 nautical miles south of Athens. With no wind at first, we were under power but soon the wind America up and ...

    Back to the start

    A travel blog entry by robbynpeter on May 10, 2014

    14 photos

    ... evidence that practical procedures were carried out. There is also an open air theatre that is still used for performances. It is considered the most perfect and best preserved Ancient Greek theatre. It's known for its perfect acoustics, spoken words are projected around the theatre very clearly without any amplification. We watched a tour guide demonstrate ...

    Birthplace of Apollo's son

    A travel blog entry by dragonrider on May 02, 2013

    3 photos

    ... much information I can't keep up but it is making me think I might do some research on Ancient Greece - it is truly fascinating.

    We drove past a mountain named after an ancient legend of famous weaver woman called Arachne who became so arrogant that she claimed she could weave better than the goddess Athena. As punishment she was turned into a spider and the mountain is so ...

    Greek Voyage

    A travel blog entry by house_mouse on Aug 10, 2011

    38 photos

    ... passing immigration at the airport when I eventually leave. Future worries though...I am just super stoked that I can walk around Greece on land and not have to be confined to the boat as was suspected. I took a cold swim to freshen up and wake up only to be laughed at when I got out of the water because of the length of my hair and how I had it spiked up...I just had to laugh back because they don’t know what long hair is! My captain said he was going to take me for ...