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Pyrgiotika Vacation Packages
Pyrgiotika Vacation Packages
From Pyrgiotika, the major city of Athens can be found 55 miles to the northeast.
Are you a beach bum? This area has several beautiful locations along the coastline. Spend some time at Love Bay, 35 miles to the east, and Mandraki Beach, 35 miles to the southeast.
Spend a day relaxing amid the beauty of the region's natural spaces. A couple of nearby locations are Katafyki Gorge (20 miles away) and Lake Stymphalia (30 miles away).
Experience a touch of nature at Kolokotronis Park. It's only a stone's throw away and perfect for those in need of some downtime.
What better way to spend your vacation than to get your blood pumping on some powdery snow? Pyrgiotika is in the vicinity of two popular ski resorts, Kalavrita Ski Resort and Mainalon Ski Resort.
To explore a different part of this area, you might also want to go to Lefkakia and visit Port of Nafplio and War Museum. If you'd like to experience even more of this part of the world, travel to Asini and take a look at Frankoklisia Catholic Church and Nauplio Archaeological Museum. They sit about 3 miles away from Pyrgiotika.
Think about paying a visit to Exostis, a regional center located 3 miles to the southwest of Pyrgiotika. The area offers plenty of visitor attractions, including Nafplio National Gallery, Peloponnesian Folklore Foundation Museum and Komboloi Museum. Archaeological Museum of Nafplio and Nauplion Promenade are also well worth calling on.
Stimulate your taste buds in this region's cafés and bars.
To discover the real essence of the region, be sure to seek out regional ingredients like chicken and pork.
Don't leave before sampling pan fried crab and moussaka (minced meat and aubergine casserole).
Those who have room left for dessert might like to try loukoumades (deep fried pastry with honey).
Relax with a pint of Neda, a treasured beer.
If you don't feel like alcohol, why not have a frappé (iced coffee)?
It's a great idea to have a regional vino by your side when you sit down for a meal at one of the local eateries. Savatiano Retsina and Lagorthi are a couple of varieties that you may like to try.
As your vacation comes to an end, use your leftover euros on a few little keepsakes and say a heartfelt "Yiá sou" to this unique place and all of the new friends you've made.
For those who plan on traveling by plane, please be advised that the closest airport is 60 miles to the southwest.
As there are only a few Expedia hotels in Pyrgiotika and its immediate surroundings, you ought to make your reservations early if you are planning on staying locally.
Discerning travelers who delight in the good life can choose from the Nafplia Palace Hotel & Villas, at Akronafplia, and the Amphitryon Hotel, at Spiliadou Street. Alternatively, if you're trying not to break the bank, you'll find some great deals at the King Minos, at Miaouli 6, or the Hotel Victoria, at 3 Spiliadou.