Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Welcome to Zagorochoria, Epirus!

Villages of Zagoria are of unique beauty!
River Voidomatis flows across the villages of Zagoria. It is one of the most scenic natural attractions in Greece. This river is a famous active holiday destination for tourists from all over the world. It is also characterised by the traditional stone bridges along it and it is famous for its clean water, as it is probably the cleanest river in Europe. Its smooth, crystal-clear and friendly water offers a lot of excitement and fun to the adventure sport lovers. The grey rocks and the green vegetation are nicely combined to the turquoise water of the river. Rafting, cannoning, canoeing, river trekking are among the popular water sports practiced in Voidomatis River. Many sports organizations frequently organize courses of water sports along Voidomatis River as well as excursions. Note that Voidomatis crosses the famous Vikos-Aoos Natural Reserve, which is among the most precious and beautiful natural reserves in Greece. The water route to Voidomatis starts at the village of Vikos, where the spring of Voidomatis originates. Vikos Gorge is very deep, measuring about 1km deep and 1,100m wide. There is a track among the lush forests, which leads down to the river. The greenish-blue waters flow at the bottom of the gorge. The view to the National Park of Vikos is amazing from the inside of the track, that stretches for about 12 km. Around Voidomatis River, you will find traditional Zagorian villages and beautiful Byzantine Monasteries.

Cultural Events in Zagoria
Sarakatsans Festival offers some characteristic examples of local festivals held by the local communities. The tribe of Sarakatsans used to be nomad shepherds and are said to constitute one of the purest Greek populations, as they might be descendants from the original tribes of Homeric Greece. Their festival is celebrated every year at Gyftokambos, in the central area of Zagoria, during the first weekend of August.

Epirus cuisine has the most delicious dishes in Greece!
Local cuisine mainly uses ingredients found on the mountain and depends mostly on stock farming products: milk, yogurt, cheese, goat and sheep meat. Milk is the basic ingredient in the Epirus cuisine. It is used for the production of butter and buttermilk, yogurt and the famous local cheeses. Butter is another essential ingredient in the region’s cookery as olive trees do not thrive on this land.
The great variety of local cheeses is owed to the area’s fresh goat and sheep milk and it is the result of a long tradition in cheese-making. Local feta cheese is really top quality.
Pies hold a central place in the region’s gastronomy and they are prepared either as a weekday meal or as a special dish on feast days. They can be simple and straightforward to make or complicated and requiring more skills, there are salty or sweet ones, made with or without phyllo, stuffed with all sorts of ingredients, seeing that in Epirus, practically everything can be made a pie: meat, fish, macaroni, greens, vegetables etc.
Traditional cooking of Epirus involved the use of particular cookware. Many of these items are still used today, named tavas (a lidded baking dish), roasters and sagania (large pans for cooking on the fireplace).
Savory syrupy sweets such as saragli, walnut cake, almond cake, flute shaped sweets, local baklava with walnut filling and the well-known Kantaifi from Ioannina are but a few of the sweets you can taste in Epirus. The secret is a successful combination of ingredients such as kantaifi threads, baklava dough sheets, walnuts, almonds and thick syrup. You can also try spoon sweets made from the fruits of the Epirus earth. Make sure you also taste Debina, a wine made from an Epirus grape variety cultivated in 95% of the vineyards in the Zitsa viticulturally zone. It produces the renowned white wine PDO Zitsa, as well as well-known semi-sparkling and sparkling wines. Don’t forget to try the aged tsipouro (a type of spirit) and local cranberry and blackberry lique

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Pindos Chalet I is located in the entrance of Vitsa village, one of the 46 picturesque traditional villages of Zagori, in a magical setting amidst pine and fir trees at an altitude of 960m.
It is considered as a luxurious, yet homey accommodation. It is decorated with chic English upholstery and furnished to detail with antiques, stylish fabrics and luxury oriental rugs. The Frette linen and the exclusive bathroom amenities, the luxury bathrobes and slippers, the high quality mattresses and the beds guarantee a relaxing sleep.
It consists of 2 bedrooms with double beds on the ground floor with en suite bathrooms. The wooden stairs lead to the spacious and cozy living room, the dining area and the fully equipped kitchen with large fridge-freezer, oven, electric hobs and complimentary tea and coffee facilities. There is an extra WC on this floor.

Arrival Instructions
By Air
There is no airport in Zagoria. The closest airport is in Ioannina city, about 1 hour drive from the villages of Zagoria. The airport of Ioannina receives domestic flights from Athens. The flight time from Athens to Ioannina is 1 hour. From the airport of Ioannina, you can go to Zagoria by car. Alternatively, you can take the bus to Zagoria from the center of Ioannina.
By Bus
The villages of Zagoria can be reached by bus from Ioannina. The town of Ioannina is connected by bus to Athens, Thessaloniki and many other Greek towns. There are daily buses from Athens and Thessaloniki to Ioannina. Buses from Athens depart from Kifissos Bus Station (Bus 051 Omonoia-Kifissos and X93 Athens Airport-Kifissos) and the trip takes about 7 hours. The bus trip from Macedonia KTEL Station in Thessaloniki to Ioannina is about 3 hours. From Ioannina there are buses to almost all villages of Zagoria and certainly to the most popular villages, such as Papigo, Monodendri and Konitsa. Depending on the village location, the duration varies from 40 min to 1 and half hour.
By Car
To travel from Athens to Zagoria by car, you follow the National Highway Athens-Patras. After you cross the cable bridge of Rio-Antirrio, you continue to Mesolongi and Ioannina. After you pass Ioannina, you follow the signs to the particular village of Zagoria where you want to go. To go from Thessaloniki to Zagoria by car, you follow the Egnatia Odos from Thessaloniki to Ioannina and in Ioannina you follow the signs to the particular village of Zagoria where you want to go.

Thursday, September 13, 2018


Where to find Paradise?
In the Razlog valley surrounded by three of the most beautiful mountains  Rila, Pirin and the Rhodopes
• within 160 km of the capital Sofia and the airport
• within 15 km of European quality ski tracks with total length of 65 km
• within 12 km of hot spa springs in Banya village
• only within 150 km of the beaches of the Aegean

The rich History of Bulgaria
The national historical-archeological reserve “Madara” is located 17 km northeast of Shumen, 2 km from the village of Madara and 75 km from Varna.
First settled during the Neolithic Age (the late Stone Age), it has been occupied ever since. Over the centuries, rock sanctuaries were founded here, as were palaces and other habitations, fortresses, temples, hermits’ retreats and monastic complexes, places for solitude and for communal celebrations. Visitors can observe evidence of the material and spiritual cultural development of many ethnic groups – the earliest inhabitants, Thracians, Romans, Byzantines, Slavs, Bulgars, Turks, and others. Today dozens of monuments and artifacts from all epochs can be seen.
The most notable monument at the Madara reserve is the unique stone relief known as the Madara Horseman. Carved on a massive cliff some 23 meters high, it is representative of early Medieval Bulgarian artistry.
The relief depicts a horseman in a natural pose with a sword in his hand. At the feet of the horse is a lion, and behind the rider is depicted his hunting dog. One legend has it that a Roman emperor was hunting on the plateau when he fell off the cliff and died. His relatives memorialized him by engaging a master to carve his image on the cliff.
The stone relief is the only one of its kind in Europe. In 1979, it was included on the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, and in 2008 it was chosen as the national symbol of Bulgaria.
In the 14th century one of the largest cliff monasteries in Bulgaria was founded at Madara. More than 150 natural caves on the rock face were used as churches, chapels, monastic retreats, and gravesites. One of the largest caves was used as a church, and it continues to function to this day as the cliffside chapel “Saint Panteleymon”.
-The Burgas Archeological Museum is located in a former girls’ school that was built in 1894. It was designed by the Swiss architect Herman Maier, who also designed banks in Sofia, Plovdiv, and Russe.

Cultural Events of the Bulgarian Traditional
Bulgarian customs are rooted in antiquity and are closely tied to the country’s history and particular expression of Eastern Orthodox Christianity.
Dancing on live coals is an ancient Bulgarian ritual still practiced in a few villages in the Balkan Mountains. The ritual in its authentic form is performed on the name day of Saints Konstantin and Helena – 21 May or 3 June according to the old calendar. Fire dancers perform their special dance on live coals holding in both hands an icon of Saint Konstantin and Saint Helena. Amazingly, they never get hurt or burn their feet.
The Mummer games are special customs and rituals conducted most often on New Year’s Eve and at Shrovetide. They are only performed by men, who wear special masks and costumes that have been made for the occasion by each of the participants in order to chase away bad spirits and demons at the beginning of every year.
“Laduvane” is another interesting ritual that is performed on the New Year’s Eve, George’s Day, Midsummer’s Eve and St. Lazar’s Day. At this ritual young women predict their future in marriage and the men they will marry. They address Lada, the goddess of love and family life, to ask her about their future husbands.

“Lazaruvane” is a ritual related to coming of spring. It is conducted on St. Lazar’s Day, eight days before Easter and always on the Saturday before the celebration of Palm Sunday. On this day willow branches are picked and used to decorate the doors and young maidens pick flowers to shape as garlands. On Saturday maidens dress in festive clothes decorated with flowers and sprigs. Then they walk from house to house, offering blessings for good health and rich harvests and given small gifts.
Probably the most important symbol of Bulgaria is the ritual of making and giving martenitsas for health and happiness at the beginning of March.
Especially well-respected in Bulgaria are traditions related to the circle of life – birth, christening, wedding, and funeral.

Traditional Food
Bulgarian cuisine is exceptionally diverse and delicious, consisting of various salads, breadstuffs, stews, and other local dishes. Many of the dishes are prepared according to traditional recipes handed down from generation to generation over the centuries.
The most products for which Bulgaria is internationally known are yogurt and white brine (feta type) cheese. These are almost always present on Bulgarian tables in one form or another.
One of the most famous and most popular breakfast items in the country is banitsa. It is a made of dough with various fillings, such as cheese, spinach, rice and meat. Other popular breakfasts dishes include pancakes, buhtas (fritters), mekitsas (fried dough pieces), and fried bread slices. All of these are particularly delicious when served with jam, marmalade, honey or yogurt.
The most popular Bulgarian salad is the Shopska Salad, but there are also other salads worth trying – Shepherd’s Salad, Harvest Salad, Snezhanka, Monk’s Salad, Dobrudzha Salad, Roasted Peppers Salad.
One of the most popular appetizers is Tarator (cold Cucumber Soup).Some of the most popular Bulgarian dishes are grilled meat balls, kebapches, grilled meat pieces, grilled sausages, etc. Various stews and dishes in clay pots are also a regular part of the Bulgaria cuisine (hotchpotch and casseroles).
One of the trademarks of the Bulgarian cuisine is Cheverme – an entire lamb roasted on a spit. Potatoes are a main ingredient in many Bulgarian recipes. The most popular potato dishes include Ogreten, Patatnik, potato stew and fried potatoes.
Bulgaria is justly famous for its wines. Thanks to the country’s unique climate and soils, a variety of grapes thrive here – Gamza (North Bulgaria), the Wide Melnik Vine (in the region of Melnik and Sandanski), Dimyat (in the regions of Varna, Shumen and Stara Zagora), Mavrud (Plovdiv, Pazardzhik, Asenovgrad), Red Misket (Straldzha and Sungurlare), Ruby (Plovdiv and Septemvri) and Pamid (Pazardzhik, Pamidovo and Plovdiv).

This complex in Pirin mountains is an international 5-star complex, which offers vacation properties and luxury trade areas and manages a top-level golf club. Situated on an area of 150 hectare, in close proximity to the world famous ski resort Bansko, the complex provides the unique opportunity for a golf & ski vacation throughout the year.
The vacation properties and the two golf courses are perfectly integrate with the natural surroundings and define the complex as a preferred holiday destination.

Thursday, August 9, 2018

Serifos: Sea – Sun – Local Cuisine – Tradition!

All beaches in Serifos are ideal to relax and enjoy some peaceful days under the sun. Only few beaches are organized with tourist facilities, such as Livadi and Livadakia. The majority of Serifos beaches are secluded and perfect for total privacy. Here you can find a list of the most beautiful beaches of the island!

Livadi Beach: The beach of Livadi is on the south-eastern side of Serifos, 4.5 km below Chora. It is sandy and pebbly and its one side is connected with other beaches. Livadi beach is surrounded by a lush green area with trees that provide shade, it has many beach facilities and it is quite close to the settlement. That is why Livadi is known as a tourist resort. In addition, it offers some nightlife activity, due to its many bars, clubs and traditional taverns where you can really experience a typical Greek night. In daytime, these facilities are taken advantage by those who enjoy the beach and the exquisite local cuisine and the view of the beach at the same time. In fact, the view of the Aegean Sea from Livadi beach is absolutely stunning. The access to Livadi is convenient since it concentrates a good number of local buses providing easy access to many parts of the island, especially to Chora.
Livadakia: 5 km south of Chora is among the most picturesque beaches on the island. It gets particularly popular due to its closeness to the port and its tourist facilities. Partly Organized
Megalo Livadi: 10 km south west of Chora is a lovely beach.Some trees line the beach and provide with some shade. Partly Organized
Psili Ammos: 8 km north east of Chora it is a nice beach, pretty secluded. It provides an ideal spot to relax. Non Organised
Agios Sostis: 7 km east of Chora this charming bay has soft sand and a relaxing ambience.
Koutalas beach: 11 km south west of Chora is a long beach with relaxing environment. Some trees line the beach and provide with some shade. Non Organised
Platis Gialos : 12 km north of Chora Sandy, Non Organised
Kalo Ampeli: 7 km south of Chora , is surrounded by a landscape of wild beauty.

Local Cuisine
Some of the traditional dishes of Serifos are: fennel pancakes, sun-dried tomatoes, chickpea soup with rosemary, fava bean puree that is also served in festivals, local sausages, skepastaria, sour skim-milk cheese, skim-milk cheese.
You must also taste the local wine, with the special taste and colour, as well as souma, which is a kind of raki.
Of course here you will also find sweets and marzipans, pasteli (honey and sesame bars) and spoon sweets (sweet preserves) that are delicious and made with pure products.

Tradition as a part of the life of the island!
Serifos still maintains its traditions and tries to keep its customs.
The most important festival is the one of Xylopanagia which takes place around the old olive-tree at the square, on the fifteenth of August at the most ancient church of the island, in the village Panagia. The name Xylopanagia comes from the “tsakomata” (fighting) with wooden sticks between men for the winning of the heart of the most beautiful woman. According to the tradition, the couple that would dance first around the olive-tree in front of the church would be married within a year. Today this custom does not take place any more, however the festival is still one of the most important ones of the island, and all the inhabitants come here every year to have a good time and dance for three good days.
One of the special customs of the island is the custom of Capetania, which takes place on the last Sunday of the Carnival and it has its roots back in the liberation fight. According to the custom, the residents of the island are divided into two teams and each one sets its leader, the Captain. Each team’s Captain organizes its group members (including the musicians) and they literally fight against each other. One group represents the Greeks and the other one the conquerors.
Kounies (Swings) is an Easter custom, which occurs almost in every island of the Cyclades complex. In the past, a big wooden swing at a central place used to be installed and the single men used to swing the girl they desired showing them their love. Nowadays, this custom revives and a big wooden swing, decorated with blooming wild flowers is installed on some narrow street of some settlement. After the Second Resurrection, the "swinging man" swings the couples on the swing. The people participating in this custom are dancing and singing.

Home Sweet Home House has an exceptional sea view. Built in the traditional island style but decorated with modern furniture, this house is a one level residence and it can sleep up to three people. Ideal for a family with one children or one couple.
The house is located on the main road to Chora (city of Serifos) and has an amazing panoramic sea view.
There is a fully equipped kitchen for preparing your meals and the main space of the property where is the living room with one double bed and one bed sofa suitable for one person. In the house there is also a tiled bathroom with shower.
From the living room you can reach the balcony from where you can enjoy the stunning sea view.

Arrival Intsructions
During the summer time, Serifos is connected by coastal navigation with Piraeus and with the islands of the line of Milos daily, by speedboats and with conventional car ferries. The duration of the trip by a conventional car ferry is about four and a half hours and by the speedboats about two and a half hours.
It is also connected by coastal navigation with many islands of Cyclades (Ios, Kimolos, Mykonos, Tinos, Paros, Naxos, Andros, Folegandros, Amorgos, Anafi, Siros), as well as with Crete by Milos.
During the rest of the year, the frequency of the sea transportation is formed according to the season.
By Air:
The closest airports to Serifos are the airports of Milos and Paros. In case of an emergency, there is an organized helicopter airport near the capital Chora.

Tuesday, July 24, 2018

What if your next trip was to Sifnos?

What if your next trip was to Sifnos? Here you can find some reasons why you should say YES! to a possibility like that.

Sifnos has several beautiful beaches with clear waters. You can enjoy your bathing in some of them, enjoying peace, especially in the early months of summer, when tourists are fewer. Those who will be disappointed are lovers of wild beauty, steep rocks, different colors and landscapes. The beaches do not differ from each other as they are almost all sandy or small pebbles and quiet waters, with no wild landscapes and easy access.
Platis Gialos is a very large beach, classified as one of the largest in the Cyclades. It is located in the southern part of the island, where we meet the homonymous settlement. At the golden sandy beach you can enjoy hours of relaxation. The waters of Platis Gialos are tranquil and crystal clear. Along the beach you will find many coffee shops, beverages and food.
Heronissos is a small closed bay with golden sand and quiet waters in the northern part of Sifnos. It is the ideal place for those who want to enjoy their swim in quiet, without voices and fuss. On the beach there are picturesque fish taverns where you can enjoy fresh fish.
The beach of Faros is located in the homonymous village near Apollonia. Swim in crystal clear waters and enjoy the sunbathing lying on the golden sands. Access to the beach is easy (by road).
The village of Vathi grows along the beach in the southwestern part of the island. You can enjoy swimming in the turquoise waters and stroll in the fine sand. It is an ideal place for children as the waters are quiet and shallow. There are many picturesque taverns serving local delicacies and fresh fish, as well as a small coffee house in the shade of which you can relax.
The unique Cycladic Gastronomy Festival in all Cyclades
Every year, at the beginning of September, Artemonas hosts the "Nikolaos Tselementes" Cycladic Gastronomy Festival. It is a three-day festival, which has become an institution and is internationally recognized. Representatives from the Cyclades islands along with representatives from one honored guest Aegean island meet in Sifnos to present their unique gastronomic and cultural traditions. Every island has its own booth at the central square of Artemonas, where amateur and professional cooks and chefs prepare and present recipes from their islands of origin. Visitors can taste those recipes, visiting the islands' booths.
At a specially formed corner of the square, the "Little Tselementedes" (6 to 12 year old kids), wearing aprons and colorful cook hats, participate in cooking games and contests that are specially created for their age.
The festival opens its doors for the public every day at 18.00, while at the end of each day, at 21.30, there are music and dance events with traditional tunes of Sifnos and the other islands.
The entrance to the festival is free and the food that is offered is for free too.

Parallel events:
Presentations of traditional customs, such as pottery and mat making, the representation of a traditional wedding etc.
A small bazaar with products and treats from the participating islands (at the central alley of Artemonas)
The "Giannis Atsonios" exhibition of folklore items (at the central alley of Artemonas, right opposite to the church of the Virgin Mary of Balis)
Exhibitions of photos, paintings etc. (at the primary school of Artemonas)
Exhibitions of photos, paintings etc. ("Marianthi Simou" cultural center)
Seaside cooking: During the three day festival, every morning under the responsibility of local associations, Sifnian recipes are being presented, at the seaside villages.

Theme Parks
Due to the wild beauty and uniqueness of the species, western Sifnos has been included in the NATURA 2000 network of the European Union. The total area of the region is about 20 square kilometers, and spreads over on the western side of the island, on the top of Profitis Elias and on its slopes.

According to the Ministerial Decree of 1976, the landscape has been characterized of outstanding natural beauty. The harmony of limited human intervention in combination with nature is really unique. Stone benches (stone walls), churches, threshing floors, ancient towers, the Acropolis of Agios Andreas complement the natural landscape.
The Natura area of the island hosts several rare, protected and important plant and animal species with more than 35 species of birds to have been recorded in the area. Also, in the protected species belongs a kind of small cedar that dominates throughout the region.
The Natura area of ​​Sifnos, apart from the important land wealth of the island, includes also part of the sea world since the seabed hosts colonies of the known marine plant poseidonia (poseidonia oceanica).

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Beautiful idealic traditional cycladic house of 19th century, unique of its style in Sifnos island. Builted in 1920 and recently renovated. Made with thick stone walls, beamed ceiling and wooden floors, combines the authenticity of tradition with the comfort of a modern house. Located in a quiet neighborhood, but with easy access by car and close to bus stop and supermarket. It is 15 minutes away from idyllic beaches. The house has three bedrooms and small one with bulk beds, two large living rooms, a kitchen, a kitchenette, two bathrooms, two fireplaces, two terraces, one veranda with fantastic view and a small garden. It is fully equipped. There is a traditional builted oven in one of the terraces area.

Arrival instructions
During the summer time, Sifnos is connected by coastal navigation with Piraeus and with the islands of the line of Milos daily by speedboats and with conventional car ferries. The duration of the trip (from Piraeus) by a conventional car ferry is five hours and by speedboats about three hours. It is also connected by coastal navigation with many islands of Cyclades (Paros, Syros, Santorini, Andros, Folegandros etc), as well as with Crete by Milos. During the rest of the year, the frequency of the sea transportation is formed according to the season.

Monday, July 9, 2018

Mykonos: Synonymous to wild parties and lively atmosphere!

Mykonos is synonymous to wild parties and lively atmosphere and has the unique privilege to organize a set of exciting events including open-air concerts, theatrical performances and various art exhibitions. Artists from all around the world take part in the famous Mykonos Summer Festival. The annual Gay Festival is a special event in Mykonos, where thousands of gay visitors arrive from every part of the world. On the windy island of Mykonos, in the middle of September, you will have the chance to enjoy the Harvest Festival, which is held annually at the Agricultural Museum.

Mykonos has beaches suitable for all tastes!
Paradise (Kalamopodi) is a large sandy beach with thick sand, in the southern part of the island.
Super Paradise (Plintri) is the most famous beach of the island. It features wild parties. After the 1980s, it has established itself as the premier meeting place for 'VIPS'.
Agios Ioannis features a privileged view of Delos, the cape of Aleomandra and the canal between Mykonos and Delos. It is a sandy beach with taverns.
Agios Stefanos is one of the most popular beaches of Mykonos on the west coast of the island, with a unique view of Delos and Rhenia.
Agrari is an isolated beach, for those who do not love crowds.
Elia is one of the most beautiful beaches of the island, with fine sand and easy access. It is characterized as “Gay Friendly”.
Kalafatis and Agia Anna have crystal clear waters and fine sand. Agia Anna features a 'Diving Center', where you can take diving lessons or participate in exploratory excursions for beginners and advanced explorers.
Kapari is a small sandy beach next to Agios Ioannis.
Korfos is surely a paradise for windsurf enthusiasts because there is a lot of air in constant direction and at the same time its shallow bottom favors the creation of waves, especially for endless jumps and wave riding!
Megali Ammos is suitable for windsurfing for underwater fishing and for horseback riding by a riding school, just ten minutes’ walk from the center of Chora.
Ornos is one of the most crowded and "family" beaches of the island located in the southwestern part of the island.
Agios Sostis is a great, sandy beach - one of the most beautiful of Mykonos - in the northern part of the island.
Panormos is mainly preferred by the permanent residents of Mykonos.
Paraga is a small beach with beautiful scenery (Cape Drepanos).
Platis Gialos is the most crowded beach of Mykonos, suitable for families.
Psarou is one of the most beautiful and cosmopolitan beaches of the island, with sand and emerald waters.

Traditional Food of Mykonos
One of the most interesting of the many Greek preserved meat products is the highly aromatic louza of Mykonos. Another famous product of Mykonos is ‘Kopanisti’ which is a type of soft cheese with a peppery, spicy flavor. Resulting from the early stages of Kopanisti treatment, after draining, Tyrovolia, is a soft white cheese used in most traditional pies of Mykonos. It is fresh but not spicy as Kopanisti. Furthermore, Mykonos sausages are considered the finest in Greece, as they have a large content of meat, and a significantly smaller amount of fat. Finally, the well-known amygdalota, which can be found in all Cyclades, are sweats made of almond. Very popular are also the handmade jewelry in the gift shops of Mykonos and the traditional textiles made of the local women. The textile tradition dates from the medieval times and continues till today.

Little Paradise Mykonos House is a gem of the traditional Cycladic architecture.
Located just a few meters away from the beach offers from its outdoor dining area exceptional sea view.
As you enter the property you can see the beautiful, sand coloured living room and dining room. There is a two-seated couch with coffee table from where you can enjoy directly the seaview. At the same room there is a wooden dining table suitable for 6 persons. Walking through the living room on your left hand you can see the well decorated kitchen with blue elements. The kithcen is fully equipped with all the amenities.
The property has 3 bedrooms and a chamber that can comfordably accomodate up to 7 persons.
You can reach the chamber by a small staircase from the living room, there you can find a sofa bed that can be turned into two beds.
The rest of the bedrooms are located downstairs. The one bedroom has a single bed and a couch, the second one has two single beds and the third has also two single beds and an en-suite bathroom with shower.
The second bathroom has also shower and the third one has a buthtub.
At the exterior part of the house you can find chairs and beach- chairs to enjoy the greek sun and also a dining table suitabe for 5 persons. From the outdoor dining area you can take advantage of the stunning sea view.

Arrival Instructions
Mykonos has two ports: the old one and the new one. The old port is used only for trips to the island of ancient Delos. The new port is located just a few meters away from the town. Within the last decade the number of ships calling at the port of Mykonos is doubled. Between May and September arrive daily 10-12 ferries. During the summer season there are 2-3 cruise arrivals daily and weekends from 6 to 7. Should you require more information from the Port Authority for departures and arrivals to and from the port of Mykonos you can call at +30 22890 - 22218 & +30 22890 - 23922. The port authority is located in Mykonos Beach.
The arrival in Mykonos Island is very easy since the island is connected by air with the rest of the country. The frequency of service and the ticket’s price depend on the season.