The villas are located near the small picturesque fishing village of Koilada where you can find traditional Greek fish taverns & cafes.
A little further is the Cosmopolitan port of Porto Heli, where you can find everything from luxurious restaurants to traditional taverns, shops, cafés and night clubs.
This part of Eastern Peloponnesus where the villas are located, apart from natural beauty, is one of the most archeological and historical places in Greece.
You can visit Mycenae (Ancient Greek city), Tyrinth and Corinth; the ancient cave of Frachthi first inhabited in 40.000BC, Nafplion (important seaport in Middle Ages, beautiful castle-fort & Greece's first capital city) or the world-renown ancient theater of Epidavros (were you can enjoy live theatrical performances) and the ruins of Aesculapius temple.
And, you can always explore the nearby locations, which all of them independently have a historical background and significant cultural interest.
Places of cultural interest & essential locations
Romantic Nafplio was the first capital of Greece, but today is better known for its picturesque old town and rich history. With its cobbled alleys, Venetian houses and neoclassical mansions, Nafplio resembles an open air museum full of vibrant colours and tastes. A coffee and local sweet in the beautiful square of Nafplio is a must for every travel..more
Mycenae 'Rich in Gold', the kingdom of the mythical Agamemnon first sung of by Homer in his epics, was the most important and richest palatial centre of the Late Bronze Age in Greece. The Mycenaean civilisation inspired not only Homer but the poets and playwrights of Classical Greece and beyond. Visitors to this well preserved ancient site will see..more
Franchthi cave or Frankhthi cave is a cave overlooking the Argolic Gulf opposite the village of Koilada in southeastern Argolis, Greece. The cave was occupied from the Upper Paleolithic circa 38,000 BCE (and possibly earlier)through the Mesolithic and Neolithic periods, with occasional short episodes of apparent abandonment. Last occupied around..more
Ancient Epidaurus was the sanctuary of the god-physician Asklepios, the most famous healing centre of the ancient Greek and Roman worlds. It is considered the birthplace of medicine, with the site being devoted to the cult of healing deities since prehistoric times. The ancient theatre of Epidaurus represents the finest and best-preserved example..more
Explore all the wine roads of the historic area of Nemea. Nemena is renowned for its wine, from the grape variety “Agiorgitiko”. This ancient region has more than forty five wineries, each creating its own interpretation of Agioritiko. Moreover, in Greek Mythology, Heracles overcame the Nemean Lion of Lady Hera. For further information, visit: htt..more
The island of Hydra, with its charming port and traditional stone mansions dating from the island’s heyday in the 18th and 19th centuries, still manages to retain its quaint character despite its cosmopolitan reputation. Stylish yet bohemian, Hydra has a rich history and is of notable architectural interest. Motor vehicles are not permitted in the ..more
Cosmopolitan Spetses, covered in pine trees and splendid bougainvilleas, charms visitors with its laid back glamour. A popular destination throughout the year, visitors can hire bicycles to explore this beautiful island, or take charming horse and carriage rides from the port along a seaside road to the historic old harbour.more
Are you nature lover? This is the right place for you! Taking the route that lasts nearly thirty minutes, one can enjoy serenity of the green forest full of laurels, wickers, pines trees and myrtles, breath the fresh, revitalizing air, hear and watch the harmonic bird flying and finally drink crystal clear water from the well-known Papoulia spring...more