Monemvasia Wheelchair Peoloponnese Accessible Tours
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Monemvasia wheelchair accessible tours is a corner of Greece to be discovered.

Outside the usual routes, Monemvasia wheelchair accessible tours is a small village of medieval origin.

As well as one of the most surprising corners of the Peloponnese.

Compared to more traditional tourist destinations such as Crete, Mykonos or Santorini, it is less known.

But no less fascinating.

It is surprising.

You can understand it even if you look at it from above.

Once an island, today it is a sort of spur of peninsular rock.

It can be reached via a bridge, however unable to prepare for vision.

The vision of a medieval stronghold, built on one of the sides of the then island and surrounded by impenetrable walls.

The Greek name means "One Access" and in fact as soon as the short road on the isthmus that connects it to the mainland is finished, there is immediately a large entrance door, like that of an old building in our cities.

Monemvasia Wheelchair Accessible Tours

We providing a safe and a full accessible tours around previewed accessible itineraries.

Wheelchair friendly accessible services includes professional guided tours and private journey excursions.

Visit this rich and fascinating land with an exclusive private Monemvasia wheelchair accessible tours.

Adapted van transportation specifically designed for wheelchair users tourists combined an holiday to Italy across Greece.

Touring Monemvasia

This strategic position allowed Monemvasia to control maritime routes from Italy and the west, from Constantinople to the Levant.

The fortress city opens through the door and a short atrium.

Simply splendid, there are no words to describe it.

An evening is not enough to enjoy it, but it would take a few days.

The village, all built in local stone, is inhabited by very few people.

Most of the buildings have been restored and have become hotels.

Along the pedestrian street that crosses it you will find souvenir shops, restaurants and taverns that often have lovely terraces overlooking the sea.

A place that looks like a happy island Monemvasia wheelchair accessible tours, where there are no cars, but you can only walk through the characteristic and well-kept alleys.

The streets, in fact, are too narrow to allow cars to flounder, which is why they are banned.

Monemvasia wheelchair accessible tours has been called the medieval Portofino of Greece, as everything is well-kept and chic.

With jewelry shops and art galleries, restaurant tables on the terraces overlooking the sea, bars that spread chill out music.

The island of Monemvasia wheelchair accessible tours is dominated by the Castle ( Kastro ).

Always in the center there are various small churches, although only four of the original forty churches have survived, which are located in the lower part of the city, including the Cathedral of Christ in Chains.

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Monemvasia wheelchair accessible tours is accessible and can be visited by adapted van.

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