Category

Saronikos Gulf
[caption id="attachment_3895" align="alignnone" width="300"] Saronikos view from Filoppapou hill[/caption]
Filothei: the Saint of Athens: a life full of strength and support Do you wonder how Filothei area and Mpenizelos mansion at Adrianou Street are related to the fall of Cyprus to the Ottomans in 1571, during Ottoman-Venetian war? Well, everything starts in Ottoman Athens, at 1522, when a little girl named Paraskevi, coming from...
Saronikos is not that famous as Acropolis and Plaka in Athens, but it is a must if you want to spend more days in Greek capital. Besides mountains and  even lakes, Athens offers really many options for someone to explore cultural and historical places by the sea. There are many options regarding the way you...
Saronikos gulf is one of the most important seas in Greece. First of all it is the sea where not only Classical Athens but also Corinth established their kingdoms- or democracies …. And history does not stop here. Elefsis, Aigina, Salamis and modern Hydra, Spetses, Poros are located in Saronikos. Saronikos is famous for those...
X