Monemvasia Greece belongs to the prefecture of Laconia, and it actually constitutes a Medieval fortress with a town next to it. The attraction of this location lies on its interesting ruins, which include not only this defensive structure but also the many Byzantine churches of the adjacent…
The exellently preserved castle town of Monemvasia is a "must". Walk in the narrow stonepathed neighbourhoods of the castletown and admire the architecture of the historical churches and buildings. Visit the museum, the local stores, cοffee shops-restaurants and enjoy the marvellous view
Monemvasia, founded by the Byzantines in the sixth century, is a breathtaking medieval tower town located on the south-eastern coast of the Peloponnese. Upon entering the castle, your journey through time begins. Peer into the history of the fortress –the so-called “Gibraltar of the East”–, which…
Amazing hillside, fortress town full of shops, restaurants and unforgettable views. Only a 45-50 minute drive.
Amazing, well restored medieval castle, with narrow streets, old byzantine churches, attractive suvenir little shops, restaurants, cafes, bars during the night.
Monemvasia, Peloponnisos Dytiki Ellada ke Ionio
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