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An outstanding hotel - quiet, comfortable, beautifully designed. Delicious food in the taverna bar at lunch time and in easy reach of the restaurants of Kardamyli for supper. All rooms have basic cooking facilities.
Elies is a great place for a beach holiday in a really interesting part of Greece. Steps away from a shingle (aka quiet)beach. After a quick introduction to the room and where to park we were left to ourselves (but if help needed it was...More
I really loved it here!!! It was perfect, the food was great, staff were great, so was the beach and a special mention to the cleaners as well who did a brilliant job and don't get mentioned enough on reviews:) it was a really nice...More
Elies is the place where we often do have lunch when in the area. The location is so nice under the olive trees with a perfect view on the sea! The food is great and do not forget to order the Saganaki cheese!
We booked 1 night and stayed 2 in this wonderful hotel. Our "studio" was spacious and equipped with everything you could need. It was stocked with home made jams, oranges to make juice and tea and coffee. Fresh milk, fruit and bread were part of...More
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Hi, its not close. You have two options. Both are mountainous. (a) you travel via Sparta and you climb up Taygetos mountain (scenic route) you reach Kalamata and then after 40minutes circa you reach Kardamyli. (b) you take... More
Hi, its not close. You have two options. Both are mountainous. (a) you travel via Sparta and you climb up Taygetos mountain (scenic route) you reach Kalamata and then after 40minutes circa you reach Kardamyli. (b) you take the southern route via Gytheion - Areopolis where you turn north towards Kardamili.
Start early, its a long drive, both are scenic.
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