Holiday & Travel Guide For Lefkas and Preveza, Greece

Holiday & Travel Guide For Lefkas and Preveza, Greece

Night life

Party lovers will love the city of Nidri. The streets are full of loud bars and busy night clubs pumping music into the wee hours of the morning. The lively cities of Lefkas and Preveza have something for everyone, especially the 18 to 30 age group who want to party overnight.

There are also lots of nice bars to sit and relax in and have a pleasant drink while the party revellers do their thing in some of the other resorts.

Things to do

Lefkas or Preveza don’t have a great deal of sightseeing, but there are a few places that may interest you if you have managed to drag yourself out of your room after partying all night long. Agia Mavra castle has undergone some renovation work and is worth a visit. Also the church there is used during the summer months for concerts and festivals and tends to attract quite a few visitors for the cultural events. Lefkas was mostly ruined in the earthquakes in 1948 and hit again in 1953 so a lot of the Venetian style houses have gone, with only a few examples of traditional buildings dotted around. A lot of the buildings tend to be built with wood and sheet metal. They are not what you could really call charming but they are painted in bright summer colours along the narrow alleyways, and I suppose they make a good photo opportunity. The monastery of Panagia Faneromeni is well worth a visit. It’s not the original one that was built in 1634, as since then the monastery has been burnt down twice and re-built. Today it houses a superb collection of rare Byzantine icons and old manuscripts among other items of interest. You could also take a walk over the bridge that connects …

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Holiday & Travel Guide For Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Holiday & Travel Guide For Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Beach The beaches in Kuala Lumpur are amazing, with soft white sand and warm, clear waters, these beaches are pristine with only a few water sports available such as snorkeling and diving, there is no other lively ‘tourist’ sport that will ruin the experience for you . There are some amazing coral reefs and colorful tropical fish to see if you decide to go to the waters and there are small beach huts serving snacks and drinks to refresh you afterwards in many places along the coast. You can often find hidden coves for seclusion while bathing in the sun.

Look around

Something to try is the elephant protection day trip, which takes place in the beautiful tropical rainforest; this is where you will make close contact with orphans and experience the pleasure of feeding them and giving them their toiletries. You can then ride one of them, it is truly an extraordinary experience that you will never forget. What must be seen is the Stone Cave and the Temple, which is spectacular with extraordinary monuments at the entrance, but be warned there are a few steps (around 272 of them) to the cave, so those who have difficulty walking may find problems. This guided tour is very informative and you will meet some friendly monkeys on your tour. Explore the largest Buddhist temple in Malaysia; it is perched on a mountainside, you will travel to the top by a cable-driven train and while you are there you can explore 72 hectares of beautiful botanical gardens, where you will also meet some of the more friendly monkeys roaming around . There is so much to see here, certainly spectacular, with “beautiful statues of the grace of the Goddess” and hundreds of turtles along the “Longevity Pool”. There is also a …

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