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Monemvasia : que faire

Les meilleures recommandations des habitants

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Natural Feature
“Visit one of the most famous beaches in Europe and enjoy the golden sand beaches and the graphic village for shopping, coffee or food ”
  • Recommandé par 14 habitants
Nature
“As it's one of the best caves in Europe, it's definately worth visiting at least once.”
  • Recommandé par 7 habitants
Natural Feature
“In the history of ancient Greece, Pounta was one of the main trade spots of Greece and Egypt. BBC made a profile on Pavlopetri island so you can see it on the internet to get a good idea of the scenery. ”
  • Recommandé par 3 habitants
Bar de plage
“Simos consists of two beaches, Megalos (Large) Simos and Mikros (Small) Simos. ... A narrow stretch of white sand divides these two magnificent beaches which are gifted with turquoise exotic waters. The area is made up of white sand dunes and crystal clear waters that offer a unique swimming experience.”
  • Recommandé par 5 habitants
Cafe
“At this place, tradition meets modernity. A romantic journey from today to yesterday. A small paradise on Earth. Since all traditional objects match harmoniously with the large- impressive bar. Jazz, rock and lounge music ... are your companion while you enjoy your cocktail on the terrace by overlooking the sunset. The staff with its funky mood will cheer you up, since they know how to do it better than all. ”
  • Recommandé par 5 habitants
Historic Site
“Rocher fortifié unique par sa situation sur la mer, signifie "une seule (mono) entrée (invasia=invasion en français) Exceptionnel, se promener, monter sur le plateau, nombreuses tavernes, c'est un rêve éveillé.”
  • Recommandé par 22 habitants
Point of Interest
“Kastania’s Cave (or St Andrew’s Cave named after the nearby small church) lies in Peloponnese's south tip, unseen at the foot of Mt. Parnonas’ east mountainside, at a short distance from Neapoli, Laconia. The wide diversity of rock shapes, colours and forms have made it the cave number two of its kind across Europe! It covers an area of 1,500 m2, shaped in two levels and the visitable part is 500 m. long.”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Natural Feature
“The famous 13th century churches of Cape Maleas are the favourite hiking route destination of the area (1 hour walk from Agia Marina fossil forest)”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Restaurant méditerranéen
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“Chrisovoulo offers all the wholesome freshness that the Laconian hillsides have to offer with an enticing array of regional specialties served with his signature avant-garde cuisine. Traditional past meets the present with selective gourmet cuisine aimed to delight our guests with a unique gastronomic experience, guaranteed to impress whilst, served in a glamorous setting for a relaxed candlelit dinner.”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
History Museum
“The archaeological collection of the fortress of Monemvasia is housed in an old mosque in the main square in the lower town, opposite the town cathedral of Elkomenos Christos. This small museum contains artefacts chiefly found during work to repair the monuments and surface exploration carried out over the past decades. The collection consists mainly of architectural sculptures and ceramic objects used in daily life. The sculptures are from the church of Aghia Sofia and the ruined mid-Byzantine church excavated at the Georgoulas residence, and date from the end of the 12th century. The latter is one of the earliest monuments in the fortress with a marble altar screen.”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Point of Interest
“Best known for Simos beach, with golden sand dunes, tamarisk trees and bountiful fish, Elafonisos was, until 2,000 years ago, a peninsula and home to a breed of small red deer (“elafi” in Greek). A mighty earthquake, however, broke it off from the Peloponnese and turned it into the region’s only inhabited island. Elafonisos is a place of outstanding natural beauty, protected under the Natura 2000 network, and a paradise for water-sports enthusiasts. Just off the coast lies the sunken city of Pavlopetri dating to the 3rd millennium BC, which some say inspired the Atlantis myth.”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Museum
“Cape Maleas Lighthouse is located at the southernmost edge of the mainland Greece. A rather demanding hike will lead you to the lighthouse. We recommend waking up really early for this, as the hot sun can make it a bit exhausting.”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Harbor / Marina
“The tranquility and the charm of the region will carry you away. The port is a popular anchorage for yachts and boats since it is protected from all the winds. The landscape and the village create a unique beautiful setting. The Acropolis of Zarakas is situated above the village, at the northeastern end of the bay. Note that at the end of the bay, there is also an important wetland. Enjoy fresh seafood throughout the year, since the owners of the local businesses are fishermen in profession. ”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Point of Interest
“Matoula Restaurant is located on the main alleyway of the Castle of Monemvasia and its history is interrelated with the history of the castle itself as it is open since 1950, gaining by far the title of the oldest and most renowned restaurant of the area. In their beautiful garden, under the shadow of the arbor, you may enjoy the breathtaking sea view, the extraordinary dishes and the warm hospitality offered by the staff.”
  • Recommandé par 3 habitants
Natural Feature
“Υπέροχη παραλία, ιδανική για κολύμβηση, με πλούσια αμμουδιά. Οργανωμένη με γήπεδο beach volley και καφέ-εστιατόριο. Αυτή η παραλία είναι ελκυστική για όλες τις ηλικίες. Κατάλληλη για σπορ στην άμμο. Η ύπαρξη του εστιατορίου – καφέ θα σας απαλλάξει από ανεπιθύμητες μετακινήσεις. Αποφύγετε την παραλία αυτή όταν φυσούν δυτικοί άνεμοι. Από τον Ασωπό κινούμαστε με κατεύθυνση νοτιοδυτική στην σχετική διασταύρωση για 5 χλμ. έως την παραλία. Απόσταση από Villa Othon-Leni 20 λεπτά (14,1 χλμ.)”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Église
“ The Church of Agia Sofia in Monemvasia, Peloponnese: The Church of Agia Sofia is among the oldest and most important Byzantine churches in Greece. It stands on the highest point of Monemvasia and gives great view to the Aegean Sea. This church was originally established in the 12th century by the Byzantine emperor Andronicus II and it was dedicated to Panagia Hodegetria, which means the Virgin who leads the way. In the Venetian times, it was converted into a Catholic Convent. After the Greek Independence, it was dedicated to the Wisdom of God and was named Agia Sofia. Time and wars caused serious damage to the church and it was restored in the middle 20th century by Eustathios Stikas.”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants

Meilleurs restaurants

Restaurant méditerranéen
“Chrisovoulo offers all the wholesome freshness that the Laconian hillsides have to offer with an enticing array of regional specialties served with his signature avant-garde cuisine. Traditional past meets the present with selective gourmet cuisine aimed to delight our guests with a unique gastronomic experience, guaranteed to impress whilst, served in a glamorous setting for a relaxed candlelit dinner.”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Restaurant grec
“Delicious Greek fish food with an amazing view of the rock of Monemvasia. Taste of unique traditional recipes, in Trata fish restaurant. All the ingredients are pure and made from local producers. Fresh fishes are fished from the bay of Monemvasia every day. Efficient, friendly service and a very reasonable pricing.”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Restaurant
“Mateo's Café & Snack Bar is located in the picturesque small port of the new town of Monemvasia, right next to the sea. It is open all day long and you can enjoy your breakfast or coffee or drink an ouzo with a variety of seafood. Mateo's specialties are seafood appetizers, among which we recommend the grilled octopus and squid and the marinated anchovies. For beer and ouzo lovers, here you may find the largest variety of these drinks not only in Monemvasia but in the wider region, with more than 30 beer labels (Belgium, Germany, Czech Republic, etc.) and 15 ouzo labels (from Lesvos island, Chios island, etc).”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Restaurant
“Greek traditional "meze" dinner with a twist, Castle of Monemvasia. Consistency in good quality and excellent service”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Restaurant
“One of the most atmospheric places to dine. It is right on the main cobbled street, and you can really get a sense of Monemvasia. The food is Greek country cooking, with ingredients sourced locally, and all very tasty. Service is very warm and accommodating...”
  • Recommandé par 2 habitants
Restaurant grec
“Outside Monemvasia there is a small village, which is called Foutia. There you will find one of the best restaurants in the area. The food is excellent and so tasty. This is the most beautiful view because from the balcony of this restaurant visitors have the chance to admire not only the great castle of Monemvasia but the sea as well. ”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Café
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant
Historic Site
“The submerged town of Pavlopetri is situated in shallow water between the beach of Pouda at Viglafia (near Neapoli) and the islet of Pavlopetri, opposite the island of Elafonisos. The architectural remains of this prehistoric town, visible at a depth of about three meters, were discovered in 1904 by Fokionos Negris. In 1967 the famous oceanographer Dr. Nicholas Flemming of Southampton University visited the site and subsequently published the first survey of the submerged settlement.”
  • Recommandé par 1 habitant

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