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Greek immigrants came by the thousands during last century to build a better life while working at the sponges-making factories. They still sell natural antibacterial sponges and natural soaps you won't find in stores. This is a little village by the ocean where you can...More
If you want some Greek experience in Tampa look no further. Sponge socks void here, lots of souvenir shops, food and drinks.
Many small boats take you for a ride into the bay for dolphin sighting.
Check around and bargain. Parking is at premium.
It's a small town that's good to see for a day. Has the little tourist shops and good Greek restaurants. Interesting to see the sponge docks and of course natural sponges. Day trips on the water can be taken, People are friendly and it's clean....More
Tarpon Springs is a cute little waterfront village that has a lot to offer. It can get very crowded at times, and it is hard to judge when it is best to visit. Take a chance and go anyway. There are many greek cafes, bakeries,...More