IMPORTANT NOTE: Listed rate of 320Euro/night apply for the high season (June 1st - August 31st) and for a 6 person occupancy. For each additional person there is a 15 Euro additional charge. Reduced rates apply during other periods of the year. Please check calendar.
This exclusive property has a beach setting and is situated on a privately owned 4200 sq. meter lot amid pine trees and olive groves on Marathon Bay. Awake to a beautiful sunrise over Schinias Beach, step out onto the soft sand, and take a plunge in the clear waters of the Aegean. Breakfast on the terrace, lounge on the sprawling lawn, lunch prepared on the open, garden grill, afternoon tea/coffee under the pines and an evening, sunset, barefoot walk or run along the endless, sandy bay, the longest beach in Attica!
Our property offers a large, front terrace with splendid sea views (the perfect spot for midday ouzos and evening drinks) Close to the terrace is the BBQ area, great for grilling fresh fish , octopus and vegetables that are locally farmed.
The sprawling grass lawn leads to the edge of the property with direct beachfront access and is ideal for various sporting activities or just relaxing in the sun or shade. Table tennis is provided.
The villa (280 m2) has been designed to offer flexibility of accommodation. It is one building with two living spaces each with its own private entrance. The villa can be rented in its entirety (5 bedrooms) or separate (3 bedrooms). Ideal for a large group or for two individual families.
Space 1: The front entrance leads to an open plan area featuring a fully equipped kitchen and a dining/living room. A guest WC and one bedroom with a double bed are also located on the ground floor. The staircase leads to the upper floor of the villa where guests may find the master bedroom as well as a second bedroom with a queen size bed and a full bath.
Space 2: The separate entrance next door on the right, leads to an open plan area featuring a fully equipped kitchen, a guest WC and a dining/living room area. The upper floor contains a master bedroom as well as a second bedroom with a queen size bed and a full bath.
Entertainment: WiFi / TV / stereo / DVD
Outdoor shower / Outdoor grill
Private parking on site
Services that can be offered at extra cost
- In house maid
- Part-time cook
- Security services
- Inflatable powerboat – Jetski
Athens Center: Approximately 40 km. away following the route of the Classical Marathon
Athens Airport “Eleftherios Venizelos”: Approximately 35 km away (max. 30 min. drive by car)
Nea Makri Health Clinic: Approx. 15 min.
The villa is located in an exclusive and very safe neighborhood. It is within walking distance, along the beach, to various organized sport centers that offer beach volleyball, windsurfing and scuba diving. One may even sit for a coffee and watch a volleyball tournament or windsurfing event.
You can also walk to various local fruit and vegetable stands as the region is famous for its fresh and tasty produce. There are a variety of tavernas and fish restaurants in close proximity, some right on the beach, so that you may indulge in the local cuisine.
Surrounding Points of Interest
Town of Marathon: The town is on the site where the battle of Marathon took place in 490 BC, in which the heavily outnumbered Athenians defeated the Persians. The burial mound of the 192 Athenian dead, also called the 'Soros,' is erected near the battlefield and can be easily visited.
The Marathon Run Museum The origin of the long-distance, endurance race, the 'marathon”, comes from the legend of a Greek soldier who ran in full armor from Marathon to Athens, a distance of 42 kilometers, to announce that the Persians had been miraculously defeated in the battle of Marathon.
The Museum displays 3,100 exhibits that record the history of the Marathon race from 1896 to today, constituting a unique historic sports collection.
Ramnous: The site of Ramnous was an ancient Greek city in Attica, overlooking the Euboean Strait. Its ruins are found northwest of the modern town Aghia Marina near Marathon. Ramnous was strategically significant enough to be fortified and receive an Athenian garrison of ephebes (young men). A fortified acropolis dominates the two small harbors, into which grain was imported for Athens during the Peloponnesian War. The site was known in Antiquity for its sanctuary of Nemesis, the implacable avenging goddess whose sanctuary here was the most important one dedicated to her in ancient Greece. It is located at the end of Schinias Beach.
Vravron: The Sanctuary of Artemis at Vravron is one of the earliest and most revered of the sanctuaries of Attica. An important settlement was established at the inner end of the Bay of Vravron during the Neolithic period. It flourished particularly from Middle Helladic to early Mycenaean times (2000-1600 B.C.).