The Botsalakia

Our address information:
The Botsalakia Restaurant and Hotel

Selinia - Salamis Island - Greece


Akti Themistokleous 64 (on the boulevard in Selinia, close to the church)
18902 Selinia, Salamis Island, Greece
Email: info@votsalakiahotelsalamis.eu
Telephone; 0030 210 4671334,   Fax: 0030 210 4671432 
On facebook.com/Votsalakia1936

We are the first Family Design Hotel on the Island !

each bedroom has it's own creative design now! Great fun.



What to see



Salamis
It is the largest island in Saronic Gulf. Occupies an area of 93.5 square kilometers, a coastline of 100 kilometers and has a population of 37,088 inhabitants.
It is the homeland of Aiantas, Euripides, and a place of inspiration for Angelos Sikelianos poet and of hospitality for Georgios Karaiskakis. Here took place the greatest battle of all time (Battle of Salamis 480 BC), where the Greeks defeated Persians.
Recent archaeological excavations have displayed objects in Euripides Cave and at the ruins of the Homeric city.
The island was a refuge for refugees (1687, 1770 and 1821) and from this came the expression "my soul went in Koulouri" (meaning the “great fear”).
Several chieftains fought here in 1821 and Georgios Karaiskakis was buried in the church’s yard of St. Dimitrios (1827).
The island showed great personalities such as the painter Polychronis Lempesis, the folklorist Peter Fourikis, the playwright Dimitris Bogris, the chieftain Georgakis Glitsis, the actor Zoras Chapelis etc.

 

• The place of Aiantas
• Euripides’ Cave
• The place of the great naval battle of 480 BC
• The Tomb of Salaminian fighters (Kynosoura)
• The Archaeological Museum
• The Folklore Museum
• The house of Angelos Sikelianos
• The Monastery of Panagia Faneromeni
• The Holy Monastery of St. Nicholas of Lemonia
• The Holy Church of Agios Dimitrios (tomb of Georgios Karaiskakis)