Greece, Beaches and Bumps in the Road

elafonisos beach trip

Another lazy post, perfect for a bit of Saturday perusing: you don’t even need to read any words for this one, just click the play button below and I’ll do the work for you. It’s a short video that I filmed the other day when we were visiting the island of Elafonisos (amazing!) and on the hunt for Pavlopetri, a Bronze Age settlement that has been underwater for thousands of years.

Suffice to say, you can’t really see much of Pavlopetri. It’s all under water. I don’t quite know why I was expecting to see great columns and steeples rising out of the waves! But anyway, it was a beautiful day trip – everything from the drive over the mountains to the short ferry ride across still, clear waters…

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