333 Ports Found

Yithion, Greece

Yithion guards the road to Mystra, the secret treasure of Greece, where centuries-old Byzantine frescoes are almost perfectly intact. Trace the exquisite patterns that cover every inch of Mystra's 14th-century churches.

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Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv is Israel's largest city, located on the Mediterranean coast. Visit Jaffa, the old section of Tel Aviv. Traverse the panoramic route along the Tower of David for a terrific panoramic view of the city and then step inside and see exhibits that focus on the rich history of the region, from the Canaanites to the Greeks and Romans to the Muslims and Israelis. Tel Aviv also features terrific entertainment and night life.

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La Maddalena, Sardinia

La Maddalena lies in the Tyrrhenian Sea-section of the Mediterranean, off the northeast coast of Sardinia. La Maddalena serves as the administrative center of the islands of the Maddalena Archipelago. You can also ross the bridge from Maddalena to Caprera Island.

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Ermoupolis, Greece

Ermoupolis has the most to offer in terms of sightseeing on the island of Siros. The city is divided into three districts. Explore the waterfront and two hills, each topped with an old church, one Greek Orthodox, the other Roman Catholic. Town Hall is the city's most famous building and has been named a work of art by the Greek government.

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