About the property
- House1851 sq. ft.
- Separate WC's1
- Minimum Stay5 - 7 nights
Traditional, independent house in an authentic village.
Traditional, cycladic house with 2 levels, in a medieval hamlet. unobstructed view of the town and old stone walls (xerolithies). The sheltered courtyard of the wind allows you to live outside, even if the wind is angry! The house is respectful to the Cycladic architecture and keeps its layout of the past
On the upper floor is the main house 72m which consists of a veranda and a balcony with views of the village and the ancient stone walls (xerolithies)
A front door from the lanai leads to the living room called salla (with traditional sofa bed) and 2 smaller bedrooms with double beds. Another entrance leads to the fully equipped kitchen and an extra bedroom (which has a single bed and also a separate entrance from the balcony). On the top floor there is also a small toilet.
Downstairs there is a bedroom (cell room) with double sofa bed, bathroom with shower and toilet, washing machine, fireplace, old cellars and storage rooms.
The house is built to be protected by the north winds and allows you to live and eat in the courtyard, no matter how strong northerly winds called "Meltemi", which are very common in the Cyclades during the summer.
The view of the town and old stone walls is unique and serene environment will surprise you.
This house is recommended for families, romantic couples, team of friends who are looking for a quiet holiday, live like the locals. Maximum 8 people
It is also ideal for those who love nature, hiking, simple lifestyle, architecture, art and history.
Your pet is welcome too.
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- Response time:
- within a few hours
- English, French, Greek
- Calendar last updated:
- Apr 3, 2018
Sports & Adventure Activities
100% refund for cancellations more than 60 days before check-in date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
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Tinos is located north of the Cyclades, south of the Aegean Sea, not far from Andros and Mykonos.
It is easily accessible from Athens (port of Rafina) in 2 hours by catamaran and 3 hours and a half by ferry (there are many daily connections) or the port of Piraeus in 3 hours by catamaran and 4 hours and a half by ferry.
If you come from Mykonos, 15 minutes by catamaran and 25 minutes by ferry.
Once arrived at the port of Tinos and after the delivery of your rental car, take the road to the villages towards Pyrgos, or Panormos. When you exceed the villages of Isternia Kardiani and the next village is 'Platia' to your right. If you like exploring and adventure in hidden places, prefer to rent a jeep, it will give you access to the whole island. Although the road network of Tinos is quite good, there are wild and hidden beaches where access is difficult with a normal car.
To come to Tinos, it's simple, to the airport you go door No. 3, cross the 6 lane indoor and outdoor on the left opposite the Sofitel, a bus shelter with ATTIKI written in red with 2 hours on the pole. Select Aerodromio Rafina. (No Lavrio! ) .The Bus arrives about 5-10 minutes before the departure time. You put your luggage and hop aboard. Tickets will be sold on the bus before departure.
Path = 25 minutes and 3.5 € per person.
The bus drops you on the quay of the port of Rafina to the terminus. In front of you ticket agencies.
Catamarans, Flyingcat and Superjet + = 2 times faster but about 2 times more expensive, Rafina Tinos 58 €.
And Cyclades Fast ferries (about 27 € per person and journey takes 3h45 to 4 hours).
Ferries pass through the port of Gavrio Andros.
Then Tinos and after the ferries and seajets go to Mykonos.
From the airport, go through the Piraeus it will be 1 hour 00 plus bus (at least according to traffic in Athens) and the trip to Piraeus on foot, and a more expensive ticket, and finally a longer route 1 h 00 about (look at a map!).