Blue Villas

Address: Kapodistriou Str, Agia Marina, Crete, 73100, Greece | Villa
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This villa, located on Kapodistriou Str, Agia Marina, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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    Travel Blogs from Agia Marina

    Sunday 22June 2014 Dubrovnik

    A travel blog entry by bruce.durie on Jun 27, 2014

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    Docked at Dubrovnik at about 11.00am seas had been very calm and essentially cloudless skies. A shore excursion to Dubrovnic had been arranged and we commuted by boat to the old town. This was a classic old walled city and had been largely repaired following the war. A pretty little town on the Adriatic we walked the old city wall and later took cable car to mountains behind the city before bussing it back to the ...

    CALDERA ....

    A travel blog entry by chaymus on Nov 20, 2006

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    US AND THE DOGS OF SANTORINI ... It took 8 Hours by ferry, but was it worth it? On arrival we were a little surpised to say the least that the whole island was pretty much , empty, the tourist (summer) season was over. What to do? With Brian and Becky 2 Statesiders (still ...


    A travel blog entry by leithoff on Nov 18, 2006

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    Two busses and a ferry and we arrive in Santorini at 10:00 pm. We thought we had a place to stay but when we called them from the information office at the port it turned out they only had the honey moon suite available so we talked with a guy at the port. He has a brand new hotel that just opened this past summer and offered us a room for 20 Euro each and he would drives to and from the port. Also there were no hostels open ...

    James gets romantic

    A travel blog entry by jamesalex on Nov 03, 2006

    We arrived in Santorini at about 6pm at night, checked into our hostel, and went out to look for somewhere to eat. Unfortunately it seemed as though our luck with travelling so late in the tourist season had finally run out - every single shop, supermarket and restaurant we passed had been abandoned by their owners. The only thing left behind were packs of dogs, and we were tailed by at least ten of the mangy ...


    A travel blog entry by julienrl on Oct 10, 2006

    We spent the 8th 9th and 10th on santorini where we got an awesome hotel room; 2 beds, shower, toilet(that has no suction) tv and fridge for 14 euros per night. It was crazy, the regular, in season fare, was of 60-80 euros per night. We also rented a quad and went around the island. The beaches were pretty nice altho the sand was mostly rocky but if you went to the far right of the main beach it became very soft, and there was no one there because it was past the bars and ...