Aegeo Hotel

Address: Chora, Folegandros, Cyclades, 84011 , Greece | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Chora, Folegandros, is near Parikia Town, Panayia Ekatondapiliani Cathedral, and Archaeological Museum.
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      Travel Blogs from Folegandros

      Large, Active Naxos

      A travel blog entry by explorethewrld on Nov 16, 2014

      37 photos

      ... Grotta. Immediately upon our arrival we were greeted by Nicoletta, who is a member of the family owned hotel and she made us feel welcome and comfortable. We greatly appreciated the touring tips and goodies that she provided when we first arrived. Our cozy room was located in a corner, that faced the port of Naxos and the temple of Apollo with a large deck that is sheltered from the wind. It is just a short walk from the hotel ...

      Marble Island of Paros

      A travel blog entry by explorethewrld on Nov 12, 2014

      1 comment, 28 photos

      ... we decided to fill the tank and drive until half a tank was used up. This was not the best decision because we were driving a small fiat that was good on gas and after we circumnavigated the island (about 35km) only a quarter tank was used. We first went North East towards the beach at Santa Maria and ended up at a yoga centre named Tao that was closed for the season. Luckily the patrons, a couple of people from Israel, were at the centre when we arrived ...

      Nothing much Naxos

      A travel blog entry by kteam on Oct 18, 2014

      9 photos

      ... but with the wind stronger than the day before and the sky looking rather bleak we were not too fussed. The fact that we had seen little of the island didn't overly play on our minds as we had used the time to relax and plan the next month of our trip in addition I think that we were a bit depleted when it came to caring about ruins, churches and temples.
      So it was off to the port where the real Greek adventure began.
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      Churches in the outback

      A travel blog entry by sandgroper on Aug 23, 2010

      10 photos

      ... packed. So I followed a young boy (who seemed very proud to have gotten my business) to the centre of town and booked into my room.
      Being late in the day, I decided to hit the only supermarket in town for some dinner snacks, and stocked up on yoghurt (Greek style - yummmm!) for breakfast. It was then time for some late night chilling in my room, complete with cheese, bread and olives for tea.
      When morning came I was keen to ...

      50 feet of Eva

      A travel blog entry by shelleygrant on Aug 12, 2009

      4 comments, 5 photos

      ... br> a little group of 8, plus our captain. It is a wonderful little quirky
      group, with interesting personalities and dynamics. To start -
      there is a lovely young couple from Boston who are never shy to keep
      the conversation going and display most all of the positive qualities
      of friends to the south - warm, hospitable and always good for a laugh!
      I quite adore them! There's Cynical Sadie, an over weight and overly
      ...