Sea View Apartments, are located on the second floor of a beautiful complex of apartments in Diminio - Corinth (100 klm from Athens).
Sea View Apartments are based in Diminio Corinth (Peloponnese), in a unique building with 6 more apartments.
Ideal for families.
Two beautiful Apartments of 70sqm (2 B/R Apartment) and 55sqm (1 B/R Apartment), in a quiet and isolated position.
The Apartments are furnished with modern pieces.
There are large balconies (30 squate meters) with magnificent view of the sea, equipped with armchairs and tables.
One has 2 a/c bedrooms (one with matrimonial bed and one with 1 single sofa-bed and 1 double sofa-bed that can also be used as a living room) a spacious kitchen and one bathroom with a bathtub & toilet.
The other has 1 a/c bedroom with matrimonial bed, a living room with a spacious kitchen, a double sofa-bed and one bathroom with a bathtub, toilet & washing machine.
Both kitchens are comfortable, fully equipped, with refrigerator and freezer, water heater, a stove with oven.
In both apartments one can find TV set, and DVD player.
Disponible para huéspedes
One can access the area by car, bus or train.
(Distance to next train station: Kiato Train Station 5 Km
Distance to next motorway: Athens-Patra 5 Km
Distance to next bus station:500m)
The Aprtements are on the second floor of the building and there are stairs and an elevator.
Atención a los huéspedes
Guest will feel cosy and comfortable, and someone of us is always around to help.
Otros aspectos destacables
Thanks to its central geographical position, Diminio is an ideal starting-point for day trips to the very important archaeological sites, which are close to it. These include Ancient Corinth, Sikyon, Loutraki, Mycenae, Argos, Nafplio, Epidaurus and the Acropolis of Athens.
Corinth, at the north-eastern tip of Peloponnese, the home of Sisyphos and the great hero Bellerophon, was one of the oldest Greek city-states and among the most important ones.
Epidaurus is one of the most beautiful archaeological sites in all of Greece and should not be missed! Home of the 3rd Century theater, the tragedies of Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides were performed at the now ancient theatre of Epidaurusuntil the 4th century BC and then revived in 1955 with the Epidavros festival that takes place during July.
As soon as the visitor enters one of the archaeological sites in the Loutraki area, he is fascinated not only by the beauty of the landscape but also by the mysteries that have lain hidden beneath these ancient buildings, for many centuries so far. The traveler of the present day is rewarded by a wealth of alternating images of nature and is impossible not to be moved by his interaction with time and history.
The name of Mycenae is linked with what is perhaps the most important cycle of Greek myths, as we know it from the epics of Homer and the works of the great ancient tragedians. Mycenae was the center of the Greek world. Today, extensive ruins have survived of its imposing acropolis, surrounded by superb 1 'Cyclopean' walls rising to 12 m. in height and pierced by the Lion Gate. Inside the acropolis are some of the religious buildings of the city, the king's palace and storehouses, while traces of the water supply system can also be seen. The finds from Mycenae, which are of incomparable archaeological value, are housed in the National Archaeological Museum in Athens and in Nafplio Museum.
Small sized pets are welcome.
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