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Luxury Family Apartment with swimming pool

SuperhostMonemvasia, Grecja
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The apartment is situated in the resort area of Xifias ('the sword fish'), just 4 kms from the famous Castle of Monemvasia. Xifias boasts the best sandy beaches of the whole Monemvasia area and it is ideal for families with children. The apartment has everything a family needs for self-catering accommodation with a fully operational kitchen & all necessary dishware.
The residents of the apartment have the opportunity to enjoy a large swimming pool and a balcony with breathtaking sunset views.

Inne ważne rzeczy
The location of the apartment is excellent for numerous daily trips to places of spectacular beauty and great historical places & monuments. Here is a selection of some of them:

1) Monemvasia – Castle
Monemvasia (Greek: Μονεμβασία) is a town and a municipality in Laconia, Greece. The town is located on a small island off the east coast of the Peloponnese. The island is linked to the mainland by a short causeway 200m in length. Its area consists mostly of a large plateau some 100 metres above sea level, up to 300 m wide and 1 km long, the site of a powerful medieval fortress. The town walls and many Byzantine churches remain from the medieval period. The seat of the municipality is the town Molaoi. The town's name derives from two Greek words, mone and emvasia, meaning "single entrance". Its Italian form, Malvasia, gave its name to Malmsey wine. Monemvasia's nickname is the Gibraltar of the East or The Rock.

In 1971, Monemvasia became linked with the rest of the outside world through a bridge on the western side that connects to highway GR-86.

In more recent history, the town has seen a resurgence in importance with increasing numbers of tourists visiting the site and the region. The medieval buildings have been restored, and many of them converted to hotels.

For the past few years, on July 23, an independence day celebration has been held in the main port. Speeches are made and the story of Tzannetakis Grigorakis, and his men, is recounted in both Greek and English. Inhabitants and visitors can gather to watch as a ship, built every year, is filled with pyrotechnics and set on fire.
The 1986 horror movie The Wind was filmed here.

2) Kythira
Kythira (/kɪˈθiːrə/, /ˈkɪθɪrə/; Greek: Κύθηρα [ˈciθiɾa], also transliterated as Cythera, Kythera and Kithira[2]) is an island in Greece lying opposite the south-eastern tip of the Peloponnese peninsula. It is traditionally listed as one of the seven main Ionian Islands, although it is distant from the main group. Administratively, it belongs to the Islands regional unit, which is part of the Attica region (although at large distance from Attica itself).
The island is strategically located between the Greek mainland and Crete, and from ancient times until the mid 19th century was a crossroads of merchants, sailors, and conquerors. As such, it has had a long and varied history and has been influenced by many civilisations and cultures. This is reflected in its architecture (a blend of traditional, Aegean and Venetian elements), as well as the traditions and customs, influenced by centuries of coexistence of the Greek, Venetian, and Ottoman cultures.

3) Caves of Diros
The Alepotrypa cave is an archaeological site in the Mani region of the Peloponnese peninsula. In addition to being inhabited by early farmers, this site was used for burial and cult purposes. Archaeological evidence has revealed that this is one of the largest Neolithic burial sites ever found in Europe. Two adult human skeletons were found at the site from a burial dating to the 4th millennium BC, as well as remains from at least 170 separate persons. Archaeologists are uncertain about the significance of a Mycenaen ossuary, which has been dated to the 2nd millennium BC and appears to have been reburied at Alepotrypa. While there is no direct evidence, it is possible that the ossuary may link Alepotrypa to Tainaron, which was regarded as the entrance to Hades in classical mythology.

4) Caves of Kastania
One of the most impressive caves of Greece can be found near the village of Kastania on the southern tip of the Peloponnese, just minutes away from Neapoli. The route follows the winding mountain road leading to the forest-covered eastern slopes of Mt. Parnon.
Rich in density and variety of shapes, colors and figures, Kastania Cave is classified as second of its kind in Europe. Nature needed three million years to create this fantasyscape with its unparalleled décor and numerous impressive formations such as enormous red and white “waterfalls”, the gigantic columns, the “curtains” and the “sheets” that overflow like waxwork from the roof, “octopuses” and “corals” nest, “elephants” and “mushrooms”, “birds” and caricatures, “exotic plants” and monumental creatures…
Standing out among the numerous attractions of the cave are geological rarities such as discs, flat stalagmites, eccentrites and elictites. With a little luck, visitors may meet the cave’s noble resident insect, the deaf and blind dolichopoda.

5) Gerakas
Geraka sits on a big salt water marsh and lake at the end of a narrow passageway from the sea. Gerakas is probably the most sheltered little harbor in Greece and as such a popular place for yachts and sailboats who can spend the night here and not worry about the changing winds or rough seas. Because of this the port area has several very nice little restaurants, cafes and ouzeries. Being a completely closed harbor it is not the best place for swimming as there does not seem to be any real beach, but people swim off the rocks in the channel.


6) Elafonisos
Elafonisos (Greek: Ελαφόνησος) is a small Greek island between the Peloponnese and Kythira. It lies off the coast of Cape Malea and Vatika. The area of the island is 19 square kilometres (7 square miles).
The population is between 300 and 350 during the winter but increases dramatically in the summer months. During July and August the number of tourist visitors reach over 3,000 per day (bringing with them some 1,600 cars). Many people visit the island for its light coloured, sandy beaches. Among the most well known of its beaches are Sarakiniko, Fragos (Simos) and Panagias Nissia, all filled with blue-green waters.

7) Mani
The Mani Peninsula (Greek: Μάνη, romanized: Mánē), also long known by its medieval name Maina or Maïna (Μαΐνη), is a geographical and cultural region in southern Greece that is home to the Maniots (Mανιάτες, Maniátes in Greek), who claim descent from the ancient Spartans. The capital cities of Mani are Gytheio and Areopoli. Mani is the central peninsula of the three which extend southwards from the Peloponnese in southern Greece. To the east is the Laconian Gulf, to the west the Messenian Gulf. The Mani peninsula forms a continuation of the Taygetos mountain range, the western spine of the Peloponnese.


8) Mistras
Mystras or Mistras (Greek: Μυστρᾶς/Μιστρᾶς),[2] also known as Myzithras (Μυζηθρᾶς) in the Chronicle of the Morea, is a fortified town and a former municipality in Laconia, Peloponnese, Greece. Situated on Mt. Taygetos, near ancient Sparta, it served as the capital of the Byzantine Despotate of the Morea in the 14th and 15th centuries, experiencing a period of prosperity and cultural flowering. The site remained inhabited throughout the Ottoman period, when it was mistaken by Western travellers for ancient Sparta. In the 1830s, it was abandoned and the new town of Sparti was built, approximately eight kilometres to the east.


9) Githio
Gytheio (Greek: Γύθειο, [ˈʝiθio]) or Gythio, also the ancient Gythium or Gytheion (Ancient Greek: Γύθειον), is a town on the eastern shore of the Mani Peninsula, and a former municipality in Laconia, Peloponnese, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality East Mani, of which it is a municipal unit.[2] The municipal unit has an area of 197.313 km2.[3] It was the seaport of Sparta, some 40 kilometres (25 miles) north. Gytheio is the site of ancient Cranae, a tiny island where according to legend Paris of Troy and Helen from Sparta spent their first night together before departing for Troy, thus igniting the Trojan War.
Gytheio used to be an important port until it was destroyed in 4th century AD, possibly by an earthquake. Even thereafter its strategic location gave Gytheio a significant role in Maniot history. Today it is the largest and most important town in Mani. It is also the seat of the municipality of East Mani.

Accommodation's ideal location makes it the perfect gateway for daily visits to beaches with crystal clear waters, where everyone can enjoy swimming, diving or even sailing & windsurfing in an unspoilt natural environment. Residents can enjoy the local sandy beaches of Ambelakia & Xifias, just 500 meters from the accommodation, ideal for families with children as well as arrange a visit to beaches that belong in the Municipality of Monemvasia, some of which having awarded the ‘Blue Flag’, such as Pori, Plytra, Megali Ammos, to name a few.

Ambelakia
Ambelakia beach is the closest beach, just 100 meters from the accommodation. Ambelakia is one of the best, if not the best sandy beach of the whole Monemvasia area. In one part it is organised with a sun beds and a bar serving cold drinks for these hot summer days while in the rest part someone can bring his/her own towels and enjoy the crystal clear waters and the nice mild air breeze. Perfect for families, groups and children alike due to its shallow waters. Perfect!

Xifias
Xifias beach is also a nice picturesque pebbly beach just 150 meters from accommodation. Xifias beach offers the opportunity for authentic Greek sea food lunch or dinner with fresh fish of the finest quality. Shallow waters make it ideal for families with young children. Highly recommended!
The apartment is situated in the resort area of Xifias ('the sword fish'), just 4 kms from the famous Castle of Monemvasia. Xifias boasts the best sandy beaches of the whole Monemvasia area and it is ideal for families with children. The apartment has everything a family needs for self-catering accommodation with a fully operational kitchen & all necessary dishware.
The residents of the apartment have the oppor…

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Monemvasia, Grecja

The residents of the apartment have the opportunity to be close to café, taverns & a convenience store, all within 300 meters from the apartment. Therefore, in case they want to lunch or dine outside the apartment there are places close by for the residents to enjoy authentic Greek & Mediterranean kitchen.
The residents of the apartment have the opportunity to be close to café, taverns & a convenience store, all within 300 meters from the apartment. Therefore, in case they want to lunch or dine outside the apartm…

Elafonisos
11.2 mi
Simos beach
12.2 mi

Gospodarzem jest Efstratios

Z nami od: luty 2016
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Hello there! I am Stratos and I have the great pleasure to be your host in our magnificent ‘Villa Gaia’. This is a house with a long family history and all my summers – from a very young age - are entirely connected with this house & the surroundings. I love this house, I love this place and the people of the area. The colors, the flora & fauna and the combination of mountain & sea – very typical of Peloponnese region – offer to everyone the unique and authentic taste of Greece – away from the regular, well promoted paths & sightseeing – away from the hordes of tourists. Real, peaceful, authentic Greece! To this place, we are welcoming you with open arms and real hospitality, Greek hospitality, in order to make your holiday period as wonderful as possible. So, welcome to my place, welcome to the real Greece, welcome to spectacular Monemvasia!
Hello there! I am Stratos and I have the great pleasure to be your host in our magnificent ‘Villa Gaia’. This is a house with a long family history and all my summers – from a very…
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