HYDRA GREECE HOTELS GUIDE
The online guide to Hotels in Hydra Greece
Hydra is located at the southern part of the Saronic Islands cluster, at the Saronic Gulf, Hydra is situated at a close distance to Athens, the capital of Greece and that is why is regarded as an unique destination even for a weekend escapade. Hydra has approximately 2.300 inhabitants.
Hydra is an extremely scenic island that bears an extremely important nautical history that is reflected on the renovated mansions, the old picturesque port with the loopholes and the canons, the museums, the monasteries, the naval academy and other elements that show that Hydra is a historically important island.
Hydra Town, which is the only town of the island and which has been declared scheduled, is outspread on two rocky hills and pulses with traditional houses with tiled rooftops, vivid blue-colored windows and doors, as well as flowered yards surrounded by fences.
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