3 bedroom, 2 bathroom, big livingroom with seaview, big kitchen, fireplace
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Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date.
Die Lage ist wunderbar direkt am Meer. Die Kinder können den ganzen Tag im Wasser spielen.
Das Haus ist mit allem ausgestattet und sauber. Christos ein sehr aufmerksamer und hilfsbereiter Gastgeber, der jederzeit ansprechbar war.
big garden with trees where someone can make barbeque,children can play,can relax on deck chairs!!!also someone can relax on deck chairs in front of the sea and make barbeque there and also fishing!the place is very quiet and safe for children to play!!!
SOME OF THE HIGHLIGHTS:
The most romantic town in Greece
The Unesco sites: Tirintha, Mykines, Epidavros (and Mystras)
Walks, short and long
Nafplio's three castles: Palamidi, Bourtzi, Acronafplia
Shop 'till you drop
Caves: Didima and Franchthi
Wine and an ancient "Olympic" stadium
... and the best Greek food
Use the menu at the top of the page to find many more amazing sights!
Nafplio is located less than two hours' drive by car from Athens, on the Peloponnese peninsula. The beautiful old city has a wealth of narrow alleyways and streets, steep stairs, taverns serving delicious Greek food, lively bars, clubs and cafés, a lovely seafront promenade, and enough sights to fill a week. But the best is perhaps just being in this wonderful city, watch the sun go down behind the mountains, colouring the bay red, or relax in the central square and look at the playful children, couples, friends and families enjoying food, wine or coffee - just like you.
Cut off by mountains and the sea, Argolis may be a place apart from the rest of the Peloponnese, but in Greek history and myth it has often held centre stage - Myceneae, Tiryns, Troezen, Epidauros, Argos and Lernaare here, and, for anyone who has gazed or even snacked on the classics, the province is a full five-course banquet. For dessert there’s the capital of Argolis, ancient Myceneae’s port Nafplio, the Peloponnese’s most beautiful city.
Argolis (also called Argolida), is the "thumb" of the Peloponnesian peninsula, filled with small villages by the sea and in the mountains, beautiful nature, alluring beaches, and Mycenaean and ancient monuments around every corner. Among them are Epidavros, one of the best preserved amphitheatres in existence; the Mycenaean city that has given the era name, Mycenae or Mykines; and the Mycenaean fortress Tyrins - all on the Unesco World Heritage List. Also, plenty of paths for walking/hiking. Not bad for a county of 2,154 sq km.