|Minimum Stay||5 nights|
Charming traditional Greek 'Spitaki' in a quiet neighbourhood of Aegina Town close to shops and a short stroll to the beach. It is a lovely house where you can enjoy a real Greek experience, far from the noisy tourist bars. The house can sleep up to six in three double bedrooms. It is accessed from the street via a pretty vine covered courtyard which acts as an extra sitting room in the summer. On the ground floor are two bedrooms, a living room (with two divan beds), the kitchen and a bathroom with shower. External steps lead to a balcony and a third bedroom with en-suite bathroom. The house has retained many original features, such as floor tiles and traditional wooden shutters.The bedrooms are air conditioned and there is wireless broadband internet and a washing machine. The kitchen is well equipped with a filter on the water supply so that it is possible to drink the tap water. There are fans & a stove and heaters. Beach & shops 2 min. Basic accommodation at a basic price.
The apartment was exactly as described with everything we needed. The
air conditioning worked well. Aegina is a great place to stay, big enongh
to be interesting but not too touristy. The apartment has plenty of character.
Effectivement la maison est très bien placée, bien équipée(la bonne surprise était le lave vaisselle qui n'apparaissait pas dans le descriptif) et agréable à vivre. Willem, le manager, est en plus d'une grande efficacité et d'une grande gentillesse. Très belle ile qui mérite d'être visitée
The main town in Aegina is an attractive seaside town with low level neoclassical buildings and a relaxed, laid back feel. The house is in a quiet neighbourhood, two streets back from the seafront, and is well placed to access shops, tavernas and the town beach. Around the house are narrow streets where children play, and small low level 'spitakia' with jasmine and bougainvillea, and gardens planted with citrus trees. This is a 'real' neighbourhood, not a tourist trap! A short stroll (less than 100 m) will take you to the nearest beach, which is sandy. From here you can walk along the sea front into the centre of town, past traditional wooden fishing boats and modern yachts. The town is of a good size, and there are plenty of places to eat, and cafes at which to pass the time of day. The streets are mostly narrow and some parts are pedestrianised, and it can be very pleasant to explore these back alleys. Cars and bikes are available for hire. Athens/Aegina is 30 min. by hydrofoil.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|
A 20% deposit is required to make a booking.
A local charge of 50 Euro is paid on arrival to cover cleaning.