Palmira Apartments

Eparxiaki Odos Ierapetras - Sitias, Makriyialos, Crete, Greece | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Eparxiaki Odos Ierapetras - Sitias, Makriyialos.
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    Travel Blogs from Makriyialos

    Agios Nikolaos

    A travel blog entry by clittle419 on Jul 04, 2014

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    ... first (or I did) after dinner the other night. It's customary to bring fruit after your meal and sometimes includes a little dessert. Funny that night because none us were all that hungry, and Johnny had even said he couldn't put anything in his stomach if he had to. The pile was half gone in no time. We split up and Nick , Lisa and I walked around the shops and eventually made it to a little beach but the ...

    Myrtos

    A travel blog entry by clittle419 on Jul 03, 2014

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    The drive west along the southern coast from Matala towards Myrtos and Irapatra took us over increasingly mountainous terrain with more cliff-hugging switchbacks and rocky panoramas leading down to the coast much like the less traveled northern road in Maui from Kahalui to Lahaina (minus the one lane roads). The towns and villages were even built along the downward sloping ridge lines. Until finally the ...

    Crete

    A travel blog entry by kdickson on Jul 01, 2014

    Tour of Crete in the morning. Visited the ruins of a palace, very crowded, hot and uncomfortable. 36c with no air conditioning on a packed bus. Very pleased to be back in town, having pizza and beer for lunch. Off to Rhodes tomorrow, hopefully a little ...

    Octopus - anyone!

    A travel blog entry by turkey-greece14 on May 20, 2014

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    The palace at Knossos was inhabited for several thousand years, beginning in the seventh millennium BC, and was abandoned after its destruction in 1375 BC. This also marked the end of Minoan civilization. The different palaces were damaged by earthquakes, and rebuilt over many centuries. Each one rebuilt into an even more elaborate and complex palace. Arthur Evans, the British Archaeologist who excavated the site in 1900 AD restored large parts of the palace ...

    Agios Nikolaos-Crete

    A travel blog entry by traveldetails on Apr 26, 2014

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    The capital of the prefecture of Lasithi, in Crete, is surely one of the most beautiful and most picturesque places in Greece. It takes its name out of a chapel built in the bay of Agios Nikolaos. Downtown, one can see the lake «Vouliagmeni”, a small ...