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Katakolon (Olympia) Cruise Reviews

Katakolon (Olympia) Cruise Port
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Katakolon (Olympia) Overview
The scenic seaside Greek town of Katakolon, with a population around 3,000, is your typical small-town cruise port -- cafes lace the waterfront, shops sell T-shirts, hats and jewelry, and a small ...
Lancier
05/16
Well paced and worth the visit. Read more
madebymark
05/16
We had one of our very best days ashore in Olympia, mostly thanks to the service of our local guide. Read more
Peter A Smit
04/16
Not a very interesting port. Read more
Cdn Adventurelady
04/16
If you have been to Olympia only option is a walk and lunch in tiny villages just of ship. Lunch was good and ... Read more
Llebeda
04/16
We hired an individual to take a group of 8 on a tour which included Olympia, a wine estate and the Kremasti ... Read more
happypanda
04/16
Can do this so easily on your own Read more
springmountain
04/16
Nikki was great! Read more
chch41
04/16
The town was not very much. Olympia was great ancient ruin. If you do not have time to google it, just take ... Read more
JGANDROS
03/16
Most enjoyable ins pite of the idiotic tour guide that had a real chip on his shoulder about the German tour ... Read more
Brissielad
02/16
self walking tour Read more
1fifthavenue
02/16
Some beautiful roses even at Christmas time! Read more
cairnsl
01/16
You can walk from the ship into the main street which is full of friendly locals, pottery shops, boutiques ... Read more
sagirits
01/16
small greek port Read more
captainregular
12/15
Amazing area, we also did the museum nearby. Don't shop at the shop they take you to, there is one literally ... Read more
ew101
11/15
There is a cute 3-steet wide town. We took the regular train up to the ruins- 10 Euros or so. We were not ... Read more
lqr23x
11/15
not a lot to see, bars and shops along the harbour. if you like ruins take the Olympia excursion. Read more
Tiguletus
11/15
Stayed in the harbor and looked around the shops. took the dotto train to the vineyards, very nice. Read more
stoopidwa
11/15
We took the train to Olympia from Katalon. It was 10 euros a person round trip. From the port, go right and ... Read more
MSCruiser7
11/15
Very well organised. Took amazing pictures. Read more
CobraJet
11/15
excellent tour guide, very informative. Unfortunately she had to present two languages for every point of ... Read more
CobraJet
11/15
Great session with excellent tastings and information. They also provided a local traditional entertainment. Read more
SKAdams001
11/15
Huge place. Very interesting. Cost of trip with the ship $29 pp (45 min transfer each way). A ship ... Read more
Beardienl
11/15
We visited Katakolon ourselves as we knew it from a previous cruise. Found a great little restaurant, free ... Read more
wgb7428
10/15
Olympia is interesting but is not much more than piles or ruins. What is standing is mostly reconstructed. Read more

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