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The palace is built on the site of an ancient Roman town, so there are various sites to look at just outside the gate as well as in the grounds. The ones outside the grounds can be seen from the road, but were inaccessible when...More
We thought we would take a quick look at Mon Rapos .. but wished we has spared more time for our visit. It is a very interesting place and much larger than expected. I would recommend a visit ..but dont be tied to time :)
We stumbled across this place by accident and are so glad we did. The grounds are beautiful and well worth a visit. Locals seem to use the park as a great place for running and dog walking. We enjoyed the shade from the trees and...More
Stayed here for five nights and thoroughly enjoyed it. Greeted with prosecco on arrival and check in went without a hitch. Was a bit worried that the pool was small but we managed to get a sun bed when we wanted. The service was attentive...More
Not worth to visit..except for shadow..the garden is not being taken care of..it looks very neglected.on the tours they promise richness of plants snd flowers..its large the garden..they could do much with it..but they do have to care for it..such a pity.
Uphill walk to the building, not much of a sea view. The building itself was not in the best shape. There were some nice artifacts to see upstairs and because we caught a tour guide giving an overview of things for a private party, it...More
Wimbledon Common meets the Lost Gardens of Heligan. Arrived at 5pm, free entry, so only saw part of grounds. Park ok for walk but buildings generally dilapidated (even archaeological remains were not exciting) and main residence could do with some external maintenance. Doesn’t look anything...More
Mon Repos was the mansion where Phil the Greek was born and is pretty small and nondescript but the grounds were an immense wooded park with the archaeological remains of ancient Corfu town strewn all around it. The park was pretty wild and overgrown and...More
Response from Earwigo321 | Reviewed this property |
Yes No 2 blue bus but you can walk there in about a 30 minutes from The Liston in the old town. Follow the promenade next to the bay past Corfu Palace Hotel then peel of to the right, a pleasant stroll