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“A very good restaurant for fresh fish and calamari, next to the sea. A bit on the pricey side, however worth's every penny.”
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Natural Feature
“It is one of the two wetlands of Eastern Peloponnisos - the other is the one of Fokianos. It is 4km far from Astros and it is a shelter of migratory birds. The flora of the region is also extremely important. The lake is supplied with water of springs and lead to the gulp of Astros through two canals. With the ecological park of Parnonas it has been placed to Natura 2000 and it is a preserved region. The environmental importance of the lake is huge as it is said that there was the old port of Astros. The water of the lake is brackish and have healing properties because of the sulfides that contains it. This water is suitable for those who have rheumatic and other diseases.Apart from the Lake of Moustos there is a smaller lake of Herronisiou, that extends in 20m and its water gushes from the hill. The lake leads directly to the sea. Note: It has Thermal water.”
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“ Inquire at the Mayo regarding bus schedules. The main bus terminal is next to the Alexandros Hotel.”
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History Museum
“In this building was take place the famous "Second National Assembly" of Astros and the Kolokotroniko table, which took place on July 19, 1821, in honor of Dimitrios Ypsilantis. The building was destroyed in 1826 by Ibrahim Pasha, but was later restored by relatives of Karytsiotis. In the following years, it became a school and in 1959 it became an archaeological museum. In 2008 it was closed due to earthquake damages. However, visitors can see the venue where the National Assembly took place, the courtyard with some finds from the Herod of Attica Mansion and the two-story museum and its walls outside, which helped as a branch of the school. ”
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Astros, 220 01
Hours of Operation statusOpen · Closes 9:00 PM