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Visited this nice remote place, the nature is wonderful. The second you get out of the car you can smell the trees and flowers, herbs... Too bad the monastery was under construction when I visited but I did go in anyway. All very beautiful, peaceful,...More
Beautifully sited in the hills near Laerma. The nuns themselves are presently building a new church on the site which will be quite imposing when it is completed (hopefully by 2020!). The whole site covers several hectares all tastefully landscaped - the twelve stations of...More
A very special destination. We were greated by some very friendly Nuns who offered fresh juice and biscuits. Enjoyed our chat to Sister Gabriel from Australia, who had lots of facts and stories to tell us. The little shop is full of home products made...More
A special drive up through olive groves and pines (look out for Bee-eater birds) to the convent, set over several hectares. Has had a beautiful makeover recently and the grounds have a serenity and definitely a female touch. The new church is nearing completion and...More
After following a long winding road upwards through amazing nature we arrived at this complex of churches and monastery. WE had a look around and a friendly chat with a local. FAr away from everything else , what a way to live your dayly life....More
Been going here since 2002 and had some amazing spiritual experiences here it might be a small church but got to say a place not too miss gather your thought and prayers gift shop has some lovely blessed items
We had a great time in the monastery. When you are there you forget everything. It’s quiet and peaceful ! the church is small and nice, there is a little shop with homemade icons and products that you can buy. Many Believers pray here and...More
A beautiful oasis of calm and tranquillity.
The nuns greet you with a cooling peach drink and let you explore on your own.
Talking to one of the nuns the gifts in the gift shop are all made at the monastery and the proceeds helping...More
You can take a bus from Lindos to Lardos. It is then 5 km walk, much of it uphill and with no shade. However, you could take a taxi from the square in Lardos, negotiate a rate first to include waiting time of at least 30... More
You can take a bus from Lindos to Lardos. It is then 5 km walk, much of it uphill and with no shade. However, you could take a taxi from the square in Lardos, negotiate a rate first to include waiting time of at least 30 minutes, more if you want to walk up the path with the stations of the cross.