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“monastery - and a nice port Agios Antonis”

Agios Pandeleimonas
Ranked #2 of 8 things to do in Tilos
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Owner description: This 15th-century monastery was built in honor of the patron saint of Tilos.
Reviewed 3 June 2013

Great view! And some other information: Leaving Agios Panteleimonas we found a little port named Agios Antonis which is very beautifull, with a traditional fish tavern Antoni's Tavern with delicious fish and other seafood, but also with high prices!

Thank miki k
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Reviewed 15 April 2013

Wednt on "excursion" to the Monestary in "air conditioned" transport .. which turned out to be an open flat back lorry with seats round the sides and at the front. Brilliant views, fresh air... Excellent.

2  Thank depribsec
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Reviewed 30 March 2013 via mobile

It's a very simple structure located at the end of a breath-takingly awesome panoramic road, which will give a sense of peace and rest to whoever will visit it.

1  Thank Carlo G
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Reviewed 1 October 2012

Take Pavlos' bus to the monastery - then wander at will. Take a drink and something to snack on - not always available, If you're lucky, the priest will be there selling his trinkets made from beads. Beware the heat! Marvellously evocative of the life shared.

2  Thank OakwoodUK
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Reviewed 11 July 2012

A mystical monastery hidden in the mountains. This is a very spiritual place.

1  Thank Hydeonian
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