- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of Deves Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews Deves Hotel Nauplion
Travel Blogs from Nauplion
We woke up and bid adios to Hotel Tony. After stopping at our favorite breakfast place, the Green place, we headed to the car rental place just down the street. Thank goodness for Carl Wehman's patient lessons in driving stick shift. We headed out of Athens in a small Fiat Punto that had seen better days. Luckily it was a Saturday morning so traffic was light we made driving in the city a bit easier although the ...
... a small section of pebbles that constitutes a beach. A few people but not crowded. The water was fantastic. Warm, wavy and extremely salty but a great way to relax and cool off. Up to the bar for a couple of drinks and then back to the hotel to clean up and into town for dinner. Delicious. The Greeks do an Italian tiramisu divinely.
on the balcony now finishing off with a Heinekin and more
... at the Lion’s Gate (it’s a real thing – Earth’s oldest known piece of art and not just a Hollywood production company) and peered into Mycenaea’s cool, ancient cistern which is an amazing feat of pre-historic plumbing. We also explored the giant tomb called the Treasure of Atreus, which was built in 15th century BC and stands like a huge stone igloo with a smooth ...
... a short amount of time listening to Tom before taking a few group photos and then splitting up. I crawled, climbed, and jumped all around the site. It was great! The views were beautiful, and the rain stopped for our trip there. We had the option to take the stairs back down to the town, or ride the bus. Though the stairs would've been fun to do, I wasn't so sure about walking down 850+ stairs that were still slick from the morning's rain.
We had lunch at ...
... and mmmm those chandliers, this place reminded me of a palace. We pack our car and went the Akronafplia fortress and took some photos of the views of Nafplio. We then drove up to the bigger fortress, the Palamidi fortress which was built by the Venetians in 1711 and is considered a brilliant design for military architecture. We had a look around, its pretty ************ly anyone around so it was pretty cool. We say goodbye to Nafplio, a town we liked a ...