Travel Blogs from Finikounda
... property for vacationers so it is very well appointed and feels like home!) Work has gone well. Mike has learned a ton of new skills like how to trench, build concrete walls, run irrigation lines, plaster and even install a fire place. I have just been painting but I don't mind as the house sits at the foot of a mountain with a great view of the sea. Rod is happy to teach Mike all he knows about construction while Bernadette feeds us better than we eat at home every meal. The weight ...
... always get good, honest food, as the staff always put the effort in to make a good meal/snack! Also, the staff are extremely friendly, and if you've never been before, they're especially accommodating So... Food - ⭐⭐⭐⭐ Staff - ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ ; Atmosphere - ...
Wandered into Pylos for coffee and to catch up on facebook and skype, then headed off for a short drive, with the aim of visiting the castels at Methoni and Koroni. Methoni was a pretty extensive old fort on a peninsular.
Driving into Koroni turned into a bit of debacle of tiny narrow cobbled streets and squares - found ourselves down in the middle ...
Walked up to the cave and fort on the hill above the beach. A hot challenging climb up a very steep hill, but was worthwhile for the views from the top. Back down for a swim and laze around the beach. Headed back to the vanto read and relax some more, before heading back down to the ...
... in the countryside, however, things were much easier and I’ve had time to adjust to the frenetic Greek style. I love it! Speed limit signs are mere suggestions. Passing on blind curves is the norm. Drive down the middle, or on the left. Swerve to avoid oncoming cars. Who cares. It’s the kind of driving I’ve always tried to get away with at home.
Yesterday we drove down the lonely east coast of the Mani Peninsula. What a ...
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet