We welcome you to our web-site and the friendly town of Galaxidi. Inside these web-pages, you may find information concerning our rental apartments, "Hirolakas".
For any further information, please don't hesitate to contact us, thank you.
Rooms number: 07
- Bed (two persons)
- Bathroom (jacuzzi)
- A/C, TV, Central Heating (indipentent)
- Mini Breakfast
- Coffee (served in the room)
- Wireless Internet
- Great View and great space for Parking
- Our pension is situated nearby the sea, the central square,
- stores and is very close to .... everything!
Our appartments are situated at Hirolakas ,
Galaxidi Fokidas Greece, PO 330 52
Telephones and E-mail address
Our telephones are :
+302265041170, +306936999327, +302265041371 (FAX)
E-mail : email@example.com
Galaxidi belongs to the prefecture of Phocis and is built at the location of the ancient Oianthis, on a small peninsula surrounded by sea and different kinds of beaches.
It is located close to Delphi, so you can combine the love for the ancient history with a wonderful holiday in Galaxidi. Nevertheless, the visitor has the chance to admire the traditional houses, which gives him the impression that time stopped at the time of its blooming.
Do not forget to visit the museum which houses exhibits mainly of maritime themes and has also a superb collection of arms from the War of 1821.
Also do not forget to visit the Folk Museum in the city, housed in a unique building of Mr. Angeli.
Other places of interest are also the church of St. Nicholas, a unique art carved iconostasis, the church of Agia Paraskevi with the zodiac circle on the floor and a sundial in the courtyard, the Church of St. John of Damascus with an image of Damascinos, and the church of Prophet Elijah with the old icons.
At the city Park you will see two more monuments of antiquity: the Tomb of Locros, and the ruins of the ancient wall of Oianthi, which were built there.
The picturesque streets with the old but
renovated mansions and others, will fill
you with a sweet nostalgia for the past
and will remind you that there where
people maintain the traditional architecture
of the place, you can not help but admire its
superiority in comparison with the architecture
The jasmines and geraniums, which are
scattered everywhere, will surely improve
your mood, making you feel that you
never want to leave. Of great beauty are
also distinguishe the buildings of
Tsalangyra, i.e. the City Hall,
the Customs, the School for
Girls and of course even the simplest
houses, mainly neoclassical, that are
renowned for their elegance and finesse.
And if you appreciate the view, you can
go to the Abbey of Transfiguration,
which is located three kilometres from
Galaxidi. The route is beautiful as you
walk through endless fields of olive trees
and once you reach there, you will see
the entire city in front of your eyes.
During your stay in Galaxidi do not forget
to try the amazing seafood served in
ouzo-shops and taverns where the prices
are usually quite low.
Also try the famous ravani and the local
almond sweet, which competes in
sweetness with the sweetness of the town.
In terms of entertainment, you will find
several bars if you choose to visit after
winter. Otherwise, those are open, will
reward you with a joyful spirit.
Galaxidi is a town of exceptional beauty and
of nature. You should definitely visit as
soon as possible to escape from the routine
of everyday life and to understand how a city
without actually having something unique or
innovative to show, the love and the desire
of the residents may amaze you so much that
you will want to stay here forever.
Maritime Museum of Galaxidi
The building that houses the museum was
built in 1868-1870. In 1979 it was renovated,
equipped and now houses the whole museum.
In the two large halls there are items clustered
related to the ships and the sea, having the
title "Maritime Gallery".
Dr. Ef. Vlamis is the initiator and the founder
of the gallery since 1928. Then, paintings
collected of sailing ships, nautical instruments
and figureheads which were the first
material. From the gallery's exhibits the most
remarkable are the paintings of the
sailing ships, the carved figure heads
of female forms, the navigational
instruments, the ships' logs, the books
of registry of Galaxidian caravans
and the paintings of the painter and
captain Peter Petrantza.
In a special showcase the
"Chronicle of Galaxidi"is stored,
which was published by K. N. Sathas
in 1865.Museum Street, PO 33 052,
Tel: +30 22650 41795, 41558
Fax: +30 2650 41954