The holiday house "Agia Triada" is near the sea with a unique view of the entire Pagasitic Gulf. The architecturally exceptional property was built in Pelion classic style with stone roof and ceiling heights up to 5.5 meters. The view of the sea towards the sunset is breathtaking.
This rustic house has two floors, is beautifully furnished and well equipped. The house is located in one of the old "Kalderimis," the donkey paths that crisscross the peninsula for hundreds of years. The trail leads uphill to the chapel "Agia Triada", where the source is located, from the house draws its drinking water.
The required Greek Vermietungs license (EOT) is available.
Pool and Garden
In the garden a modern swimming pool with dimensions of 8 x 4 meters (depth about 1.80 to 2. 20 meters), which is surrounded by beautiful terraces. There are all-day shade tree.
Agia Triada is surrounded by a large and lush Mediterranean garden with many trees, including oranges, lemons, figs, pomegranates, olive, almond, cypress and pine. The garden has several terraces, some with sea views and in the shade of the trees.
The house has 2 bedrooms for 5 people, living room, dining room, a large open outdoor kitchen with gas stove and hot water, a utility room with washing machine and fridge and a modern bathroom with access from the outside. One of the bedrooms and the living room also has a fireplace.
Agia Triada is located in the heart of southern Pelion. After Kalamos with its tavernas and beautiful beaches are only 3 minutes by car. Also Argalasti with supermarkets, weekly market, polyclinic and even Wi-Fi is a few kilometers away.
Kalamos is one of the most coveted fishing villages on Pagasitikos Gulf. This is due in part to the southwest with the stunning sunsets, on the other hand, to the ever-calm sea with the numerous water sports. Kalamos has several nice beaches and some taverns. The water is clear and the first meters flat, so suitable for small children to swim. Kalamos is popular with families and very quiet. If you are looking for more choice, you head into a few kilometers away Milina where you will find a number of tavernas, bars and boutiques. In Kalamos you spend a quiet, relaxing holiday.
Of the places near Horto, Lafkos, metohi and Mavri Petra are also recommended. Also Trikeri, Platanias, Agia Kyriaki, micro and Katigiorgis are worth a visit.
In the vicinity there is a huge choice of restaurants and cafes. Kalamos offers three taverns, is well worth a visit. On the beautiful platia in Argalasti there are more cafes and restaurants. Especially recommended are also restaurants and bars on the Platias of Lafkos and Neochori and on the promenade in Milina.
Beautiful beaches, there is no shortage in Pelion. The nearest beach is at the bottom in Kalamos, only 3 minutes away. Simply turn the bottom of the village on the first tavern in the dirt road on the left and park somewhere under the olive trees. From there, a short, well-walk path down to the sea. If you know the local beach is already too crowded (which actually never the case), just go further south; there are other beaches.
Who is not afraid of a few kilometers drive away, is on the other side of Pelion some of the most beautiful beaches in Greece (Melani, Mourtitsa, Paltsi, Potistika, etc.).
The Pelion is one of the last Paradise on the Mediterranean Sea. Unencumbered by mass tourism and land speculation, here is a traditional way of life has been preserved, as they are no longer found in Greece and in the western hardly means more.
Tourism on the peninsula is dominated by pensions and small apartment buildings. Large hotels there is not, just a few minor holiday resorts with landscaped promenades and good restaurants and bars, but without any fuss. Even in high season can be found in the numerous coves still a place where one is for itself - from the lonely, rugged beaches on the north east coast to the lovely sandy and pebble beaches in the south west on Pagasitian golf.
The villages have their peculiar architecture with a style all its own. They seem intact and well maintained and fit harmoniously into the landscape, dominated for centuries by the cultivation of olives, fruit and wine. The nature of Pelion offers visitors a fascinating variety. Inside the Pelion is thickly wooded; old oak and chestnut forests alternate with fern forests and gushing waterfalls. On the coasts miles of olive groves determine the landscape. Those looking for freedom and tranquility in beautiful countryside, it will be found here.