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We came to this area to visit Mussolini’s Villa and it was so worth it! The view was exceptional !
The little cafe at the bottom was family run with delicious food. Plus I certainly advise visiting the elderly man who sells his grapes off...More
It's a house that should have been kept up rather than fall into disrepair...amazing location and would recommend driving or cycling up to the experience the sound and smell of the pines and the views. Very tranquil. Not sure it should be walked around when...More
If your visiting Rhodes it is well worth hiring a car and exploring the island, if you travel inland you will find the lush forests and little villages almost in the middle of nowhere. The mountain is outstanding for natural beauty it’s an easy drive...More
Visited "mount Elijah" again 2 years on. Nothing much has changed. The grape seller is still there and the villa remains dilapidated and in ruins. Someone seems to care as the very dodgy staircase has had some additional strengthening but don't get too excited "Mussolini's...More
We enjoyed a walk in these peaceful pinewoods with stunning views across the islands. There was a well marked path but no other directions so it was difficult to find any kind of 'destination'. We met other people with a map and directions but they...More
I say strange feelings, because although it is very interesting and weird at the same time it feels like you are snooping around someone's home all be it in a derelict state but you can just image how stunning this place was in its hey...More
After a quite long trip through a narrow and binding road you can find on top of a mountain a building whose architectural features remind of the old alpine resorts throughout Europe. The building has a restaurant with a big salon furnished with art deco...More