By Lance Chilton, Marc Dubin, Nick Edwards, Mark Ellingham, John Fisher
The tough consultant to Greek Islands is the final word shuttle advisor with transparent maps and special insurance of the Greek Islands’ top points of interest. observe the colourful Greek Islands from the historical mass of Crete and rarely inhabited islets to Athens’ sea-set suburbs and full of life nightlife. Our precise Greek Islands maps assist you locate wonderful temples, frescosed chapels and hidden coves, with designated listings of the liveliest bars and atmospheric lodging the Greek Islands need to supply.
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The Rough Guide to Greek Islands 7
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Neápoli A small, undistinguished port at the southern foot of the Peloponnese, with occasional ferry connections to Dhiakoftí on Kýthira, and frequent local boats to the islet of Elafónissos. Pátra (Patras) Pátra is the major port of the Peloponnese, and the main jump-off for Italy and most of the Ionian Islands. The easiest access from Athens is on the train (4hr), since Pátra station is right by the boat terminals. The city Rafína Another small port near Athens (easily accessible by bus from city or airport).
Simple rooms with and without private bath, some with a/c (for extra charge); also two self-catering studios for longer stays. Often full, so call ahead. gr; Metro Sýndagma/ Monastiráki. Right by the cathedral, the friendly Metropolis has simple, plainly furnished rooms with vinyl ﬂoors, each with a good-size balcony, a/c and TV, some with shared bathroom. Acropolis views from the upper ﬂoors. com; Metro Thissío. Understated designer hotel with eleven rooms, one of which is a large suite with private terrace and views; all rooms have satellite TV, as well as DVD and CD players.
It’s a somewhat unenticing place to stay, though if you get stuck the Lido at Paleológou 15 (T25510 28808) represents by far the best budget-hotel value. Astakós This small port on the western mainland has a daily ferry to Kefaloniá, weekly to Itháki. Astakós is rarely busy but has few places to stay – buses from Athens tend to dovetail with ferry departures, around noon. Igoumenítsa Many ferries from Italy call at Igoumenítsa, stopping at Corfu en route. There are regular shuttles across to Corfu, both to the main town and to Lefkími in the south, plus one or two daily services to Paxí.