Tholaria Boutique Hotel Astypalaia
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- Minbar in room
- Hot tub
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Concierge desk
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Haris and I had some recommendations for a nice beach near Maltezana in a place called Schinondas. It was a very windy day, with strong winds from the north, and we stopped to take photos of the waves hitting the northern coast.
Maltezana Bay was well sheltered from the wind and was quite calm. There is ...
... rock cliffs and although we could not see it, there is an old ruined castle above and behind the rock cliffs.
In the valley to Aghios Ioannis, there were a lot of Bitter Laurel bushes covered with beautiful pink flowers. Around these bushes were many beehives maintained by the locals for honey collection.
What was really amazing was that the loud sound of thousands of bees could be heard from the ...
Up early, we got in a long walk to the entrance of the bay where we watched the sun rise and give the village that beautiful look in the early light.
Despite a forecast for calmer weather we had to motor again into a strong wind. Vivienne was concerned about B and M who following us a fair distance behind. When she checked in with them via the ...
We lifted anchor at 9:15 after an early morning swim and yet another concert by the passing goats. We had a lovely sail for about 2 hours at 6 knots until the wind once again disappeared and we were forced to motor the rest of the passage. At Katapola we moored stern to the quay between the two ferry areas and were assisted by an old (Dutch) salt Louis who was sailing through the Med single handedly on a ...
... we had never seen before (fennel pie and carrot dip) which were really good. It seems such dishes don’t appear on the menus of tavernas normally found by tourists; sadly the impression is that such tavernas, good as they are, present a fairly standard menu which they believe will be “acceptable”. Shame.
As mentioned I did a further dive on Amorgos around the island of Nikouria (actually by the adjacent islet of Kramvonisi). ...