|Minimum Stay||1 - 3 nights|
Not far from the city of Athens, whether you are seeking recreation or relaxation,
Aelia Villa cannot fail to captivate.
It is situated on a sun-kissed hill in a charming fishing village, in Perdika of
You will discover a small paradise with a view of the boundless sea.
Aelia Villa is an ideal resort with family-friendly ambience.
Enjoy the sun-filled days, discover the abundance of leisure activities, taste tradition.
Welcome, Mary and Vasso
Aelia Villa is built in a complex of four villas nestled in a sea view paradise of 16000m2, surrounded by olive trees, orange trees and colorful flowers.
It offers breathtaking sunsets while chilling by the pool.Furthermore, it is located within easy reach of the beaches and the picturesque tavernas of
the fishing village, Perdika.
My friends and I, had an amazing weekend at Aelia Villa, an ideal resort, in Perdika of Aegina. The house was really comfortable as we were a group of 11, with an incredible view of the endless sea and a huge outdoor pool where we could relax in the whirlpool!As for the hostess, she gave us a warm welcome and was really helpfull on everything we asked for.
6 adults and 4 kids stayed at Aelia for a week in August and we would wholeheartedly recommend the villa. The villa was kept extremely clean and spacious and we never once felt on top of each other. The pool is huge and a great temperature for the kids. Vasso is a great host who lives nearby and was only too happy to make us feel most welcome and recommend great restaurants
Day trip to Moni island
Alternatively, get a ride to Moni island from one of the little water taxis. Once on the uninhabited island you can explore, enjoy nature, watch the animals and take a swim in the crystal clear and clean sea waters. In the summer time the beach is organised with sunbeds, umbrella's and restaurant. The return ticket for the trip costs 5 euros per person, which you have to pay on the way back.
It is worth strolling across to the peninsula directly opposite the harbour since you will find a low building which is actually a ‘camera obscura’. This building was part of the Light & Image exibition which took place in may 2003. The camera obscura, is a cylindric house, with seven meters in diameter, and with twelve openings in all hemispherical directions. Through these twelve holes light will enter the dark room, and thus produce an image of the 360° panorama of the outside world, split up in twelve individual images, upside down and reversed, on an circular, semi-transparent screen, hanging down from the ceiling. It is located in Perdika on the piece of land opposite the cafe's and tavernas. This Camera Obscura is the first one built in Greece and the only Camera Obscura worldwide with a 360° panorama..Free and unsupervised entrance is allowed
Food & drinks
Despite its small size there is enough to do in and around Perdika to make a happy and memorable day. If you are visiting for the day it is perfectly possible to occupy many hours with lunch as the main event! On arrival it is best to re-energise with a frappé coffee, local wine or beer from one of the cafés. Enjoy the view and peaceful atmosphere. Then it is time for some activity. In the afternoon you can watch the sunset from the many terraces, eat some fresh fish and if you have still energy ..... the bars are open until late ....