Holiday studio in Poros (Peloponnese side), 1 hour from Athens, on a 4 acre hillside with stunning views on the Aegean sea. For connoisseurs of relaxation and romance. Property stretches all the way to the sea and provides easy access to numerous beaches in the area. Fully equipped with air condition, TV, kitchen, fridge and washing machine.
Short cruises : You can organise one or few-day trips to the nearby islands of Hydra, Spetses and Aegina. You can also charter a sailing boat or a small vessel for short cruises to the nearby beaches.
Visit Athens, relax on an island: You can use Poros island as your base for visiting the grandeur of Athens without having to bear up with the heat and the congestion.
Share an interest in history?: The property is located in front of the small island where Theseus was born. The entire area of Troizina is awash with historic sites. For the history inclined, the following destinations are within a day's reach:
* The Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus: the masterpiece of ancient theatre architecture
* The Palace of Mycynae: The home of the king who led Greece during the war of Troy
*Nafplio: The first capital of Greece with its picturesque streets and the castles of Mpourtzi and Palamidi
* Athens: Visit the Acropolis, Socrates' Agora and the Lycabetus
Other locations nearby that worth a visit are:
*Methana with its thermal baths
*Lemonodasos: a forest full of lemon trees
*Devil Bridge: a bridge in Troizina above flowing waters, suitable for trekking
The studio is located on a hillside of the Peloponnese side of Poros, stretching all the way to the sea, with stunning views on the Aegean and the picturesque Poros canal. There is easy access to numerous local sandy beaches.
Close to historic attractions, including the Ancient Theatre of Epidaurus, Theseus' island of birth and Demosthenes' burial grounds. One day excursions to the islands of Hydra and Spetses can be easily organised, as well as day trips to the romantic city of Nafplion (Greece's first Capital City, before Athens).
Accessible by sea and by land. Poros is connected with a frequent ferry and catamaran service to the port of Athens and can be accessed via the canal of Corinthus.