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Interesting place

First of all the way to the Monastery is very beautiful. Amazing views. The area of the Monastery... read more

Reviewed 4 November 2016
rafip
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Tivon
Quick visit

Lovely place, very tranquil. Open 9 to 12and 5 to 8 The nuns were very friendly. Lovely flowers in... read more

Reviewed 9 October 2015
H3816WFthomasb
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Camberley
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4 Nov 2016
“Interesting place”
8 Oct 2015
“Quick visit”
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Reviewed 4 November 2016

First of all the way to the Monastery is very beautiful. Amazing views. The area of the Monastery is quiet, beautiful and mystic. The nuns that are living there are so kind and explain to you and answers all your questions.Nice experience. Very interesting place...More

Thank rafip
Reviewed 9 October 2015

Lovely place, very tranquil. Open 9 to 12and 5 to 8 The nuns were very friendly. Lovely flowers in the courtyard. Frescos as original which was good. Close by to Limini which is a good lunch stop. The coast road from Limini is a lovely...More

Thank H3816WFthomasb
Reviewed 22 July 2015 via mobile

The monastery was somewhere I wanted to go since my friend had stayed their and said it was very tranquil To get the you take the dead end road from Limni which is narrow and hugs the coast allowing a dramatic drive taking you past...More

Thank Timothy B
Reviewed 28 October 2014

It is a thrilling ride to get to the Galataki Monastery but well worth it. I rang a curious old-fashioned door bell and was greeted by a warm and smiling nun who welcomed me into the courtyard filled with blooming flowers. The church (within the...More

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