Agioi Deka Historical Site
Agioi Deka Historical Site
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bdon257
Morpeth, UK4,962 contributions
Oct 2018 • Friends
After visiting the nearby Roman ruins we stopped in this small town to see the church, sadly it is only open in the mornings so we were unable to see much of the interior except through the barred windows. The church is in a historic town square and is worth visiting if you are passing through.
Written 27 October 2018
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AndrewA64
Winchester, UK582 contributions
Jun 2016 • Couples
Named after the 10 Christians who were martyred here, this is an attractive small village once away the main road. Tucked away in the back alleys is the small but beautiful Church on the site where the martyrs were beheaded. Just 150 metres away from the Church is a more modern shrine where the martyrs are buried. This is only about 2km from the ancient city of Gortys.
Written 22 June 2016
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gsmith476
Durham, UK3 contributions
Oct 2014 • Couples
As part of our holiday in Crete we visited Agioi Deka as this was a village near the museum we were visiting. The area has some stunning views and the locals were very friendly and helpful. (It was three bus journeys there and three back to our hotel in Hersonissos), but well worth it. We had gone to Crete in early October as it was much better to see all the sights without masses of crowds. The museum relates to the Roman city of Gortys, is situated slightly further out from the village and at the time only 2 Euros entry. It's only small but is very interesting historically and the archaeology is ongoing. While in Agioi Deka waiting for the bus we decided to have something to eat and we visited a Taverna, near the top end of the village. I don't know how to convert Greek into English but if you are visiting that area look out for a sign with "Taverna and veranda to mesera" and you have found it. Maria was the cook who was very friendly and helpful and the prices were really reasonable. I asked Maria what the English was for the restaurant and all she could say was just put barbecue. We had some good food and some wine, which completed a good day out.
Written 13 November 2014
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