Tucked in the shores of Aigina island, overlooking at the everlasting deep blue Aegean Sea, this cosy three bedroom 140 square meters duplex villa basks in the beauty of the Greek islands and waits for you to take advantage of its idyllic location and its friendly price. It is situated in Agious, a 10 minute walk from the port of Souvala and a 10 minute ride to the ancient temple of Afaia, one of the best preserved temples of ancient Greece.
This villa boasts for its local character. Relax and cherish every moment of your stay, have your breakfast inside the 2.000 square meters garden, populated with fully grown pistachio trees, flowers and green shrubs. Have an all-grilled lunch, taking advantage of the concrete built BBQ and unwind in the garden before and after your swim, since the sea is literally a 2 minutes walk from your main entrance.
Inside the main villa you can enjoy your holiday like a true Mediterranean citizen.
The owner has designed the place himself, built in the early 80’s, with an emphasis on functionality and space, being a place where up to 10 people can live, sleep, eat and have a great time together. The owner has selected himself the artwork that decorates the walls and has included a nice artistic touch: a piano, because you’ll never know how the night will unfold. No coincidence that most of the photos that you see are taken from magazines that had featured this villa in their pages in the past.
The ground floor has a fireplace, old fashioned wooden doors, and a traditional wood ceiling. Also on the ground level there is a dining room, a living room with a large stone fireplace, fully air conditioned, a fully equipped kitchen, a double bed bedroom, a two bed bedroom, both fully air conditioned also, a toilet with hot water.
The Aegean Sea and the Athenian coastline are visible from the top bedroom, which has a small balcony and a view which is made by turquoise waters, blue skies, and hillsides in brown, grey and green which create a spectacular panorama.
The island of Aigina is one hour away from Athens, and the hydrofoils, as well as the ferry boats, give you the opportunity to come and go as you like.