We take care of the environment and we aim to reduce our environmental footprint, through actions and initiatives, according to national and European policy. Our hotel, according to the needs of its location, strives to reduce the environmental impact of its activities, continuously improving and enhancing practices that conserve natural resources, minimize waste, save energy, etc. Improvements that have been made include: • Refuse bins for glass, aluminum and paper in common-used spaces and in the food preparation room. This is added to the current hotel recycling program. • Cleaning and washing chemicals have a quality label and are compatible with the list of prohibited Green Key products. • Annual disinfections are carried out both in rooms and in common-use spaces • We use energy-saving bulbs throughout the hotel • We use regular energy efficiency improvements in the building •We inform our staff on environmental consciousness and behavior issues • Free Wi-Fi in rooms and common-use spaces • The building has been built with respect to the environment, as it is within the traditional Delphi sector • Receptionists are able to inform customers about the Green Key program and Environmental Initiatives • Information is provided on green areas, award-winning Blue Flag beaches and local public transport • We promote cooperation with recyclers (batteries, bulbs) • In the rooms there is information about saving water and energy • There is an Energy Saving Entry Card when guests are out of the room • A heating / cooling policy is maintained when the windows are open • There is also electric heating • Greek Breakfast is also offered • A Roof garden and an indoor garden has been formed within our hotel that “hosts” our winged visitors, such as swallows, etc.
Delphi is geographically placed in the heart of Greece, in the Prefecture of Central Greece. Driving on a road of almost 100km along the coastline of the Municipality of Delphi, the visitor is on the meeting point of the two elements that best describe Greece: the sea water, with the indented seashores, the capes, the little bays, is harmoniously combined with the mythical mountains with the beautiful peaks and gorges. It is a region with the famous archaeological Site of Delphi, which is characterized by UNESCO as a “World Heritage Site” The impressive “Delphic Landscape”, dominated by the silver-green Olive Grove of Amfissa and with the modern sea node of Itea as well as the noble nautical town of Galaxidi which is often described as “an island on the land” The mountains of Ghiona, Ete, Parnassos and Vardoussia, all regions of the “Natura 2000” network, which are of high ecological value with scattered picturesque villages rich in history and tradition
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The Archaeological Site of Delphi and the Archaeological Museum: walking in the Archaeological Site: the “Navel of the world”, you will admire: the Temple of Apollo, the Treasuary of the Athenians, the Theater, the Stadium, the Tholos at the site of Athena Pronaia, the Castalian Spring and the Gymnasium the Archaeological Museum, one of the most important ones in Greece, masterpieces discovered locally, characteristic of each single era, demonstrating the artistic and the historical significance of Delphi the city of Delphi: visit the European Cultural Centre of Delphi (ECCD), the house of the Greek poet Angelos Sikelianos, walk around the city’s picturesque paths and stairs, enjoy your drink, lunch and dinner in local cafe’s and taverna’s while admiring the unique Delphic lanscape The city of Amfissa: visit “HARMAENA”, the old neighborhood of tanners, honored with EDEN award (European Destinations of Excellence, 2011). Today, it is among the few places all over the world where leathers are produced using traditional vegetable tannage while leather processing is all done by hand The city of Galaxidi : the Nautical Historical Museum: it is the oldest and one of the most important nautical museums of Greece, with the biggest Greek collection of authentic paintings of sailing vessels of the 18th-20th century. The Museum also holds a very important nautical stamp collection named “Argonauts” which represents all facets of the maritime world, from ancient to modern times Parnassos Mountain: Covered by thick fir forests and myths, picturesque villages, ancient and modern trails for outdoor activities and the well known modern Parnassos ski-resort, to enjoy anytime, all year around. In order to enhance your experience in Delphi, local companies offer tailor made tours for individuals, groups and families, regardless age or physical condition. We help you contact them directly and plan the activity that suits you best.