Sirius HotelDOG STAR
Latin: Canis Major
In the second century, it was included in Ptolemy’s 48 constellations, and is counted among the 88 modern constellations.
Alpha Canis Majoris, known as sirius, is the brightest star in the night sky. The name “Sirius” is derived from the Ancient Greek Σείριος, meaning “glowing” or “scorcher”.
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Preveza: At the entrance of Amvrakikos Gulf and in the shade of ancient Nikopolis is just 15 km. Walking through the city one observes the church of Saint Charalambos with Venetian clock, bust Karyotakis and other monuments. In the narrow streets of the central market there are fish restaurants, cafes, bars.
Arta: The haunted bridge. But the castle, the Byzantine churches of (Parigoritissa – Saint Theodora), the clock to give another reason to boast.
Lefkada: The history, beaches and events make ultimate destination for the summer.
Parga: Castles, rocky island, the church of Panagia, the rich vegetation and the beaches of the raise in classic beauty and value.
There is more to seeMonuments of Nature
There is more to seeMonuments of Culture
The said “Pompeii” of D. Greece and is the largest archaeological site in Greece. The conservatory, theater, Byzantine walls, the Nymphaeum and basilicas deliver Nikopol eternity.
A river in Hades and lead the faithful to place him in contact with the dark underworld.
City 4th century p.Ch.voreia of Ammotopos
“The dance of Zalongo” eternal symbol of self-sacrifice (the sculptor Zongolopoulos work) are visible from the hotel.
Ruins of the city of the 4th B.C. are preserved near the village Kamarina.
Monastery Kozyli: Monastery Byzantine era
Monastery Agia Pelagia: Monastery of the 17th century near the village Kastrosykia
Monastery Lekatsa: Located in a beautiful, virgin forest
Monastery Agios Dimitrios foothills of Zalogo