12 Gythion Cruise Reviews

I am unsure why Oceania would go to this port as there is almost nothing there. There are a few cafes near the port area and a few shops, but nothing worth noting. A bit of a waste of time.
I am unsure why Oceania would go to this port as there is almost nothing there. There are a few cafes near the port area and a few shops, but nothing worth noting. A bit of a waste of time. Read Less
Sail Date July 2019
We went to the Diros Caves, which was rather disappointing since the time in the boats was very very short, plus they don't take care of the cave formations in the same way we've seen in other locations (e.g. they let the public ... Read More
We went to the Diros Caves, which was rather disappointing since the time in the boats was very very short, plus they don't take care of the cave formations in the same way we've seen in other locations (e.g. they let the public walk through unescorted, stalactites are broken off, etc). Gythion itself was fairly small, tons of restaurants, pretty low key. Read Less
Sail Date November 2018
Gythion cruise port to Sparta by bus Once you exit the cruise terminal, keep on your right and walk along the shore. Walk about 10-15 mins to a junction. Take the left street, which is Vasileos Georgiou. Walk a little but more, and ... Read More
Gythion cruise port to Sparta by bus Once you exit the cruise terminal, keep on your right and walk along the shore. Walk about 10-15 mins to a junction. Take the left street, which is Vasileos Georgiou. Walk a little but more, and you will see a cafe with an Alpha bank next store. The bus stop is right in front of the cafe. Buy the bus ticket from the person who works in the cafe. Ask the person to tell the driver to tell you when you get off. The Sparta bus stop is right next to the archaeological museum. Bus fare: 4.3 euro one way Bus duration: about 45 mins one way. Return to Gyithon bus stop: Just right across from where you get off. There is a manned-ticket booth, and you can buy the return bus ticket there. Archaeological museum: A small museum, with some pottery, clay masks, stone tablets. Entrance fee is 2 euro. Senior: 1 euro. No WC Olive oil museum: Relatively near by Entrance fee is 3 euro. Free WC inside the museum Read Less
Sail Date June 2015
Pleasant, typical small Greek seaside town. We found a small beach to enjoy a refreshing dip, but didn't bother about excursions.
Pleasant, typical small Greek seaside town. We found a small beach to enjoy a refreshing dip, but didn't bother about excursions. Read Less
Sail Date July 2013

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