Category: Corinth

Greece – Acrocorinth; Castle on a Mountain

The Acrocorinth towers over Ancient Corinth; a 575 metre high monolith of sheer rock.  On top is the largest and most impressive castle ruin I have ever visited; an incredible place and very well preserved.  Providing a place for the people of Ancient Corinth to flee for protection in case of invasion, there has been […]

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Greece – Ancient Corinth; in the Apostle’s Footsteps

We started the day with an incredible breakfast at Pegasus Rooms; fruits, different breads, egg, ham, cheese, sweet cakes, Greek yoghurt and honey; all in wonderfully generous portions. After eating, we headed to the Ancient Corinth archaeological site, just a short walk away.  We got there early enough that we had the site practically to […]

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