LOCATION

Very near to the hotel one can find the picturesque village of Ιtilo. Well-preserved stone- houses, stone paths and old byzantine churches (like the temple of Virgin Mary's Dormition, or the church of Saint George) mark the place. Ιtilo was known from the Mycenaean era as one of the nine Achaic cities governed by Menelaos.

According to Homer, Itilo contributed ships to the Trojan War and in Pausanias “Periegesis” it is reported that a Sanctuary of Sarapis and a statue of Karnios Apollon could be found in the heart of the city.

The village is ideal for tranquil walking around. At the south-west end of the village, in the area called "Frigano" (due to a large caddice tree which offers plenty of shadow around), an old well-preserved path begins and connects Ιtilo with the lower part of the gulf.

The view spreads in full to meet the prickly pear trees, the caddice and the olive trees all the way down to the sea.

Half way the Byzantine church of the Saviour emerges backrounded by the yellowish rocks. The path ends at the bay, a former base of pirates. Two settlements spread around the gulf, Karavostasi and Neo Itilo.

The beach there is ideal for swimming but you can also explore new flavors at the tavernas found onshore.

LOCATION

Very near to the hotel one can find the picturesque village of Ιtilo. Well-preserved stone- houses, stone paths and old byzantine churches (like the temple of Virgin Mary's Dormition, or the church of Saint George) mark the place. Ιtilo was known from the Mycenaean era as one of the nine Achaic cities governed by Menelaos.

According to Homer, Itilo contributed ships to the Trojan War and in Pausanias “Periegesis” it is reported that a Sanctuary of Sarapis and a statue of Karnios Apollon could be found in the heart of the city.

The village is ideal for tranquil walking around. At the south-west end of the village, in the area called "Frigano" (due to a large caddice tree which offers plenty of shadow around), an old well-preserved path begins and connects Ιtilo with the lower part of the gulf.

The view spreads in full to meet the prickly pear trees, the caddice and the olive trees all the way down to the sea.

Half way the Byzantine church of the Saviour emerges backrounded by the yellowish rocks. The path ends at the bay, a former base of pirates. Two settlements spread around the gulf, Karavostasi and Neo Itilo.

The beach there is ideal for swimming but you can also explore new flavors at the tavernas found onshore.

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LOCATION

Very near to the hotel one can find the picturesque village of Ιtilo. Well-preserved stone- houses, stone paths and old byzantine churches (like the temple of Virgin Mary's Dormition, or the church of Saint George) mark the place. Ιtilo was known from the Mycenaean era as one of the nine Achaic cities governed by Menelaos.

According to Homer, Itilo contributed ships to the Trojan War and in Pausanias “Periegesis” it is reported that a Sanctuary of Sarapis and a statue of Karnios Apollon could be found in the heart of the city.

The village is ideal for tranquil walking around. At the south-west end of the village, in the area called "Frigano" (due to a large caddice tree which offers plenty of shadow around), an old well-preserved path begins and connects Ιtilo with the lower part of the gulf.

The view spreads in full to meet the prickly pear trees, the caddice and the olive trees all the way down to the sea.

Half way the Byzantine church of the Saviour emerges backrounded by the yellowish rocks. The path ends at the bay, a former base of pirates. Two settlements spread around the gulf, Karavostasi and Neo Itilo.

The beach there is ideal for swimming but you can also explore new flavors at the tavernas found onshore.