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All reviews well worth a visit couple of hours wonderful place large area entrance fee guide book restoration work spectacular views during summer within the walls free entry closing time different parts opening hours are tower castle sea
To be fair this is more of a fortress than a castle per se. You pay a 2 Euros entrance after you cross the bridge and you can wonder across all the ruins of the Venetian fortress.
If you want to visit it completely from...More
It was such a great surprise to visit the Castle. We stayed in the hotel next door and only could see the entrance of the Castle, it didn’t look big or very interesting. We visited it after checking out of the hotel, what a mistake!...More
To come to late to visit this castle, which is a shame as we wanted to enjoy the sunset from the tower on the sea, but it was time to leave (they close at 6 pm :( Otherwise, nice castle, but not too much information...More
This is a nice little location which has the usual free-entry days for most Greek cultural attractions. There is not a vast amount to see, but there are informative signs to help make sense of what is at the site. The sea fort at the...More
We were staying in Costa Navarino, Kalamata and Pylos is a short 10 minute drive away (we had our own rental car). As a 1/2 day outing we decided to visit Pylos and it's 2 castles. The entrance fee was very low and there are...More
In the 70s, when we were young and looking for something different, we drove a bright yellow Escort Mexico all the way from the UK to Greece. Landing at Patras, we motored down the west coast of the Peloponnese on empty rural roads arriving at...More
My hubby and I had no idea really how large the site was. My top tip would be to def take a small bottle of water ! We didn’t & regretted it. Lovely to just wander round & take all the history in. We had...More