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We wanted to visit the part of the castle wich houses the sub-marine museum. We only found out after we bought the tickets that it was not open and will not be open on short notice. It was our own fault the manbehind the desk...More
We were pleasantly surprised by the ruins in this Castle in the town of Pylos. Wear good shoes and bring water on hot days. The museum inside the castle was a gem. Took many pictures and enjoyed this for about an hour and a half....More
We were wondering around Pylos and drove to the “new fort”, as there is also and “old fort” on the other side of the bay. You can walk around the perimeter of the fort. Then we visited the church of the Savior that had been...More
Well worth a visit. As well as the castle itself, there is a church, which used to be a mosque and some onsite museums. Go to the edge of the site to get the views. There is a leaflet and map which wasn’t offered to...More
Nice visit with little museums.
The view of the sea is beautiful !
Overall the castle is beautiful and its nice to see all the history of that little town. the negative point is that toilets seems impossible to find and we're not the only...More
This castle was built by the Ottomans, Venetians and French in different periods and it really only retains its walls, a church and the citadel. A recent bushfire has decimated half of its vegetation but this does not affect the structure of the castle. Throughout...More
Pylos castle is lovely with great views and very interesting museum .wander around freely and take your time .The cost of 6 euros each is worth the money .Beware not to touch anything in the museum as staff rightly very protective about there exhibits. Lots...More