Villa & Studio Apartment, Poros Island
This stunning villa is situated in Poros Town and has been renovated to a very high standard. The property is west facing and has beautiful mountain and sea views. The sunset on the colonnaded terrace is spectacular.
St. Georges Square and the main town of Poros is a short walk away where there are local shops, tavernas, coffee shops and the main port of Poros. The main town is bustling even in the winter months as the coffee shops, tavernas and local gyms are all open for business.
The Villa consists of the following:
Approximate square metres of the House: 143.00
Approximate square metres of the land: 52.60
Approximate square metres of the terrace: 21.00
Approximate square metres of the visitors outhouse studio: 18.00
- Storeroom with washing machine
- Double Bed and ensuite WC & shower room
- Marble Floor and wood beamed ceiling
- Access by exterior stairway
- Lounge & wooden stairway to the kitchen (on second floor)
- Bedroom with stunning sea views, fitted wardrobes and a wooden floor
- Fully fitted kitchen with an open beamed Cathedral style ceiling
- Doorway onto a stunning colonnaded terrace with marble flooring
- BBQ on the Terrace
- Courtyard with a small separate visitorÔ studio
- The studio has a double bed, fitted wardrobes and a WC/Shower Room
- Outside Parking area (Situated at the rear of the house)
- Air condition units
The Island of Poros
The island of Poros is situated in the Saronic Gulf only a couple of hours away from the airport and Athens the capital of Greece. Only a narrow strip of water separates the dramatic hills and mountains of the mainland from this tiny island. Poros is actually two islands, Kalavria and Spheria that are divided by a canal.
Poros Town occupies most of the island of Spheria. It is picturesquely situated around a low conical hill, clustered with traditional whitewashed houses and crowned with a slender clock tower. The town waterfront has a plethora of coffee shops, tavernas and souvenir shops. Yachts, ferries and hydrofoils are all common visitors to the busy quayside.
The island of Kalavria by contrast has much richer vegetation and boasts beautiful bays and coves for swimming. As the Island of Poros is almost connected to the mainland it provides easy access to the most important archaeological sites of Greece i.e. Epidaurus, Mycenae, Nafplion, Argos, Vytina, ancient Olympia, Ancient Corinth, Delphi etc. Ancient Trizinia the birth place of Theseus is only ten mins away.
There is a direct road from the airport to the town of Galatas opposite the island of Poros - Journey time: Two hrs
Regular small taxi boat or car ferry boat from Galatas to the island of Poros -
Journey time: five mins taxi boat eight mins car ferry.
Hydrofoil from the Port of Piraeus (the port of Athens) - Journey time: One hr
Boat from the Port of Piraeus - Journey time: two and a half hrs
NB Journey times are approximate
350 metres from Beach
250 metres from City Centre
400 metres from CountrySide