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Tranquil indeed

Whilst not worth a visit on its own, joining with another monastery in Panagia , Makarios... read more

Reviewed 10 March 2018
Buckingham, United Kingdom
Unfortunately it was closed

We passed this monastery after visiting Chrysoroggiatissa - and it was to us much more impressive... read more

Reviewed 9 November 2015
john e
Gateshead, United Kingdom
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9 Mar 2018
“Tranquil indeed”
24 Jul 2018
“A Greek Orthodox Treasure”
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Most Helpful Positive Review
Reviewed 25 September 2013

Worth going to see as it very interesting with beautiful mosaics, not a lot of information to follow though and a lot of steps so unsuitable for people with walking problems.

2  Thank Katann75
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Reviewed 11 June 2015 via mobile

This is a 12th century convent about 4 km from Nafplion. The Kanarhos fountain is where supposedly the goddess Hera bathed each year to renew her virginity. NO, you cannot bathe here. Lol

1  Thank Olena S
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Reviewed 24 July 2018

I had visited the place many years ago when it was in ruins and I was now pleasantly surprised to see how it has been restored. As all Greek orthodox monasteries, this small one is peaceful and quiet and inspires a air of tranquility. Worth...More

Thank Charalambos K
Reviewed 30 May 2018

On a trip to the Troudos mountains good to see a bit of history. The monastery dates back to the 4th century whilst the church originates from the 6th Century; however, both have been extensively restored, so it’s hard to know which parts are the...More

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Reviewed 10 March 2018

Whilst not worth a visit on its own, joining with another monastery in Panagia , Makarios' birthplace and the Kannaviou dam, it makes for a pleasantly interesting day out.

1  Thank cynthiarob
Reviewed 10 July 2016 via mobile

My wife and I visited this monastery after finding it by complete chance and what a find! Such a beautiful and peaceful place. It immediately gave us both the feeling of peace and tranquility. Could honestly have spent hours on end here. If you get...More

2  Thank Mark H
Reviewed 8 May 2016

Lovely chsrning monastery . Worth a visit if in the local area . With lovely. Views or the local area

1  Thank 1,980,873
Reviewed 16 November 2015

We had no idea where we were walking to until we stumbled across this Monastery, we did not go inside but walked around this beautiful building.

1  Thank lynne m
Reviewed 9 November 2015

We passed this monastery after visiting Chrysoroggiatissa - and it was to us much more impressive and interesting. A lovely place and a very attractive building. Sadly we could not find out how to get inside. From the other reviews this does sometimes happen -...More

1  Thank john e
Reviewed 2 October 2015

This is beautiful inside you have to cover up your knees and shoulder as a mark of respect either your own clothes or they provide rap rounds or gowns

1  Thank 571christine
Reviewed 30 September 2015

This was the 2nd stop on our Jeep safari. Good to stretch the legs especially if you were in the back. It is well maintained and quite tranquil.

1  Thank Tilt-scale-gyro
Reviewed 30 August 2015

This is a very peaceful place with the most beautiful flowers in the grounds. A huge car park with everyone parked under trees, which amused us! Free admission and we saw very few other people there, which was lovely! It does close for lunch but...More

2  Thank CheshPotts
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