ABOVE: Rooftops of Monemvasia.
Tourist information links
Monemvasia doesn't have an official tourism Web site, but these
links will tell you more about the town and what to expect:
Monemvasia: From Antiquated to Sophisticated
The St. Petersburg Times published Christopher Deliso's travel article in
2001. The story includes practical advice for visitors.
This English-language page from a Greek Web site has photos
and general information about the town.
"So here I am in my grandmother's village," writes the author of
Matt's Greece Travel Guide.
A traveler writes about a visit during which he and his wife were adopted by a
terrier, climbed to the top of the Rock, and lazed at the local beach. (Be
patient while waiting for this page to load.)
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