Villa Constantsia

Notara & Smyrnis str., Kato Assos, Peloponnese, 20006, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located in the Foggy Bottom area of Kato Assos.
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Travel Blogs from Kato Assos

Road tripping the Peloponnese

A travel blog entry by twehman on Sep 06, 2014

1 comment, 36 photos

... and 2nd Corinthians, were supposedly Paul's lamentation at the Corinthians' excesses. Next we stopped and hiked up to the ancient Mycenean ruins which was the source of legends on Homer's poems especially stories of King Agemmenon and his beautiful wife Helen who was at the heart of the Trojan war. We toured about the area including a spooky tunnel to the well. We were a bit fried so we skipped the theater at ...

MALES!

A travel blog entry by shirley.wells.3 on Sep 05, 2014

8 photos

... saw the higher view then came back down. The boys took a tad longer!

then it was off to Nafplion. Graham driving and David navigating. Neither of them reading the signs which tell you which way to go. Needless to say we went round in circles and used more petrol than we should have.

Finally, by following the signs, we were on the road we needed. On the map it showed a strong ...

Arrival of the fattest

A travel blog entry by alma9000 on Jul 26, 2014

7 photos

... Greek food. Galaktoboureko and soup just for me (they had contacted me long before leaving to find out what I wanted. Noticing my pattern of leaving physical labour to the man and eating tablefuls of Greek food, I tell them I will be thrice the size when I leave. In fact I might not fit in the airplane. This is the Greek family. This is good people. One day they will meet my geek ...

Poros, GR (Corinth Canal) to Kiato, (Peloponnese)

A travel blog entry by rknepper on Sep 15, 2013

2 comments, 18 photos

... Periander in the 7th century BC. The project was abandoned and Periander instead constructed a simpler and less costly overland portage road, named the Diolkos or stone carriageway, along which ships could be towed from one side of the isthmus to the other. Periander's change of heart is attributed variously to the great expense of the project, a lack of labour or a fear that a canal would have robbed Corinth of its dominant role as an entrepôt for goods. Remnants of the ...

A day in corinth

A travel blog entry by teresaingreece on Aug 10, 2012

3 photos

Friday Aug 10th
The plan today is to go to the "Ancient city of Corinth"
We need to walk 3 blocks east of the boat to the Ktea bus which is public. They are huge buses that a too big for there purpose,
The streets are very narrow in town with cars parked on each side there is just enough room for the bus.
Anyway, they are comfy. We grab a spot up front so i can video. There are only 4 others on a bus that holds 30+
The ride takes 20 min. We ...