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  • Nicola W
    Weymouth, UK35 contributions
    Great value visit. Very interesting and informative museum detailing the history of olive oil production on the island.
    Written August 8, 2022
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  • Mücahit Erakyol
    Izmir, Turkey2 contributions
    It has good old church and ancient village square. There are souvenir shops and Cafe. I recomend local sweets.
    Written September 17, 2019
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  • Nicola W
    Weymouth, UK35 contributions
    Visited on a very hot day so didn’t walk round the whole park. Would definitely recommend a visit and you also get to go to the Natural History museum in Sigri as well on the same ticket
    Written August 8, 2022
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  • Joan C
    Reserve, NM788 contributions
    I have visited here a few times. If you are open, the sacred power in there s place is palpable. If you are searching or looking for direction, this is a place to find answers within yourself. It is also a beautiful place in a beautiful setting. Highly recommend.
    Written August 9, 2021
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  • Paul H
    Boca Raton, FL90 contributions
    This amazing museum has been fully restored to it's original condition. Walking through the museum gives you a full understanding of the entire process in making olive oil. There is a small store where you can purchase award winning oils from Lesbos as well as a small tasting area, The staff are extremely helpful and have a wealth of information about the production of olive oil. This is a must see attraction on this beautiful island.
    Written December 1, 2019
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  • Sander
    Hoogeveen, The Netherlands10 contributions
    It's a beautiful piece of nature and definitely worth a visit. Although there was no waterfall we did see some water. We also walked a bit downhill and followed the creek which I'd recommend to do so as well
    Written September 17, 2019
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  • T-SGlobetrotters
    Preston, UK2,395 contributions
    The castle can be accessed by either taking the narrow alleys up the steepest part of village direct from the main bus stop/car hire places or from the harbour end passing numerous gift and clothes shops. We opted for the steep ascent returning towards the harbour which gave us the benefit of seeing the rural element of the village unchanged for many years.
    Castle is open six days a week, 8.30 - 15.30 but closed on Tuesdays. Entrance fee 3 euros, cards accepted.
    You are given a leaflet in Greek and English which gives a brief history of the castle and as you walk through the entrance there are a few information boards but here information is fairly limited.
    Areas of the castle have been partially renovated but it is a mostly ruin. It does however offer spectacular 360° views of the surrounding area and for this alone it is worth visiting.
    Written September 20, 2022
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  • Vicki R
    Greater Bendigo, Australia39 contributions
    It is open! - pleasantly surprised, very well presented and maintained. Well laid out, paths easy to navigate.
    Written August 4, 2022
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  • MARY C
    Glastonbury, UK429 contributions
    Worth a visit on your way through,nice new road to get there then track ,we got out and did small walk while we were there.
    Written June 9, 2014
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  • Varvara K
    2 contributions
    It’s a semi dangerous walk/hike to get to the springs. Much of the path is in ruin and destroyed by erosion over the years. But it’s absolutely gorgeous when at the springs, worth the trek, just be careful where you step. 4/5
    Written April 16, 2022
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  • sueevie
    North Yorkshire, UK4,143 contributions
    2 minute walk from where I was staying. Perfectly sized organised beach, quiet in early September. No music just the sound of the waves and people quietly enjoying themselves. Heavenly!

    I prefer pebbly beaches and it was easy to get into the crystal clear sea without beach shoes although many people did wear them.

    Blue flag beach so all the expected facilities and 2 cafes and a mini market close by.

    To Magazaki is a wonderful beach cafe run by a lovely family. Free sun beds and WiFi if you use their cafe. Excellent food at low prices.

    Can’t wait to return.
    Written September 17, 2022
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  • Joan C
    Reserve, NM788 contributions
    We strolled through here today. Excellent video explaining the site, the excavation, and the history. Detailed dioramas are very well done. Visitors can walk among the ruins, some of which are partially reconstructed.
    Written September 13, 2021
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  • T-SGlobetrotters
    Preston, UK2,395 contributions
    The church is sat on an elevated rock with good views across the village. Gardens inside the walls well tended and the interior of the church is quite atmospheric although the ambiance is spoilt a little by lots of scaffolding where repairing/repainting of murals seems to be underway.
    Good for a quick half hour visit.
    Written September 21, 2022
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  • sueevie
    North Yorkshire, UK4,143 contributions
    Easy to find, park or a 10 minute walk from Agios Isidoros.

    No need to book and the whole experience is free.

    Warm welcome from staff and I was given a 1:1 tour of the distillery. Incredibly knowledgeable staff and also willing to chat and highlight some of the must visit areas of this beautiful part of the island.

    Tasting offered at the end of the tour and no pressure to buy.

    Well done - one of the best tours I have had anywhere!
    Written September 17, 2022
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  • Elsavast
    Varberg, Sweden1 contribution
    The tour was excellent, very good guide and a very nice experience. Ten out of ten. You should go there.
    Written September 23, 2022
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