Art Boutique Hotel
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B&B / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 3
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B&B / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 3
The Art Boutique B&B, is only at a 300 metres walking distance from the port of Mylos in Agistri island (Direct transport from Pireaus port, 45 minutes with flying dolphins).
Breakfast , A/C rooms, private seaview balconies, private shower and wc, 30 m2 spacious room, TV, fridge(cooking utilities at extra charges) . Everyday room cleaning.
Free transport from the ports at your request.
Crystal waters and wonderful views attracts people all over the world to this green paradise island.
You can rent a bike or a motorbike and ride all around the island. Sea diving has a lot of interest because the water is clear and there are different types of sea fish to watch. Fishing equipment is available for our customers - free of charge. Sunbeds and umbrellas are on all of Agistri organized beaches.
In Agistri you can relax and enjoy fresh fish, traditional meze with Ouzo and local dishes. Also a variety of different style cafe-bars will entertain you during your stay, only 10 minutes walking distance from our facility.
Agistri is ideal for relaxation. Quiet private small beaches are set along the sea shore around the island. Hiking is a wonderful experience too because the island is full with pine and olive trees and you can discover them through the mountain hiking paths.
Fishing, Ping-Pong, Hiking, Cycling, Snorkeling, Bicycle Rental, Food & Drink, Internet access available. Free Parking available.
Baggage Storage, Laundry, Fax/Photocopying.
|Size||Sleeps up to 3, 3 bedrooms|
|Check in time:||13:00|
|Check out time:||11:00|
|Nearest beach||Mylos beach 700 m|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, House swap, Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||500 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: El. Venizelos, Athens 56 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, Yes, smoking allowed|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, Sea view|
|General||Air conditioning, TV, Table tennis, Wi-Fi available|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 En suites|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 2, Lounge seats for 2|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace|
The Saronic Gulf Islands region
Megalochori (meaning “big village” but known commonly as Milos) is the official main town of Agistri as it houses the Mayor's office. However, this is a modest village with enchanting walks through its tiny, winding streets where you will see some of the oldest houses on the island all of which have been in the same families for many, many generations.
At its heart is the church of Agios Zoodochou Pigis which has its Name Day one week after Easter when Milos and the
rest of Agistri joins in the two day celebrations with services, parties, market fairs – a truly carnival feeling pervades! The town is well served with tavernas and bars in the centre and past the church on the road which winds down to sea, you will also discover a choice of hotels all of which have spectacular views from their balconies over gardens and the sea, with more bars and eating places.
Milos has a choice of supermarkets and, for those hunting down the perfect gift to reflect their Agistri experience, there are souvenir shops which offer an excellent choice of traditional presents.
Milos has its own port and is the arrival point for the Aegean Flying Dolphin service which comes direct from the Athens' port of Piraeus to Agistri in only a 45 minute journey, or via Aegina island in a 60 minute journey and is also served by the island's own Agistri Express several times a day.
Skala houses the majority of hotels, apartments and rooms for tourists to Agistri. Its bustling centre has a large choice of places to eat, drink, swim and sunbathe.
The sandy coastline wraps itself around the length of Skala from its port to far beyond the heart of this lively town. Children will relish the sandy beaches which shelve gently into the sea with no sudden drops in depth. Parents will experience true relaxation as they bask in the sun and in the knowledge their little ones can play safely.
All the beaches are served by the nearby cafes with refreshments throughout the day.
Skala has a unique combination of quiet spots for romantic or peaceful evenings and busy bars and tavernas for a livelier holiday experience. The tavernas provide a wealth of choice from fresh, fresh fish to the traditional 'meze' menus for which Greece is so well known. Agistri is famous for its fresh octopus and visitors can see many tavernas cooking them slowly on the barbeque with their luscious aroma filling the air.
The bars are filled with friendly staff keen to ensure its customers are thoroughly spoilt day and night! Learn how to play 'tavli' – Greek backgammon, join in the impromptu nights of singing and Greek dancing which can happen when you least expect it!
Skala's port is the arrival point for all ferries from the Athens' port of Piraeus to Agistri and is also served by the island's own Agistri Express several times a day.
High in the hills overlooking the villages of Skala and Milos is Metochi. The village has some of the oldest houses found on Agistri.
Metochi is an entirely residential area with the pretty, traditional houses nestled snugly into the hills and home to both local and overseas visitors with holiday houses.
The well patronised Parnassos taverna can be found on the tiny winding streets which weave upwards from the only the road to run through its centre.
Agistri is famous for its pine forest which fragrance the whole island with not only a fresh pine scent but also with the scent of wild herbs and flowers which can be found among the trees. Metochi is the perfect place to reach some of the main tracks which are clearly marked and make great walking and exploring excursions.
Even if hiking is not your holiday style, visiting Metochi is well worth it, to experience the quiet of a traditional Greek village and to wonder at the truly stunning views of the villages below and the Saronic Gulf. It is a panoramic vista of Aegina, the Peleponnese and neighbouring island both inhabited and uninhabited.
Limenaria village -Aponisos beach
The ten minute drive to Limenaria is a wealth of stunning, panoramic views of the islands close to Agistri.
As you follow the wide and winding road, breathtaking vistas will open up to you revealing stretches of blue, blue sea and the dramatic outlines of nearby islands and the distant mainland.
Limenaria can first been seen from the road giving visitors a bird's eye of this unspoilt village nestling quietly in its private valley.
Purely residential, this old village has no bars, no hotels and remains a charming example of country Greek living.
The centre has its own church, Agia Kyriaki, which is small, simple but has served its community for many years. Following the small winding streets and see the quaint houses with lovely gardens which are home to many of the oldest families of Agistri.
Stop at the village's only taverna which, although simple in look, has a proud reputation for serving some of the very best food on the island. All those who experience the culinary skills in the modest taverna “Tasos” come away singing its praises.
Situated between Dragonera Beach and Aponissos, Limenaria is the perfect stopping point for absorbing original Greek culture and architecture and fantastic, fresh traditional Greek cuisine.
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4 Sep 2014
"Great location - relax by the sea - amazing views"
The owners made our stay just so cosy and friendly. The breakfast is simple but great with fresh ingredients, freshly squeezed juices, eggs, greek yogurt, cheese pies, omelets and more and everything was clean and fresh. The property is set in a kind of private corner of the island so it is quiet but only 400 away from the central market of Megalochori village and the bus stop and port. We took the local Agistri express to have a lovely one day trip to Aegina for sightseeing and souvenirs shopping! The owner Nikos arranged for as the sea taxi Jamaica, and we took a privcate trip to Epidavros and Poros. We visited Limenaria (traditional village ) which leads to the amazing green sandy sea of Aponissos with its picturesque landscape and a great fresh fish tavern by the sea. Dragonera was also great , white and grey pebbles around, crystal waters and a lovely small snack bar , where we rent sunbeds and umbrelllas. We had a meal at a great restaurant in Skliri village and at Methohi village up in the hill! Souvlaki places are everywhere so we had the cheapest meal 2 souvlaki (meat, french fries, tzatziki sauce or ketchup , tomato and onion) only for 2,2 euros each! with 2 souvlaki you feel so full !!!!
we joined an afternoon kayak team but didnt had the time to join the horseback riding and the scuba diving lessons! Next time for sure !
We loved our holidays in Art boutique and Agistri island . We will come back next year ! Thank you Karakatsanis family for making our stay unforgetable and my family so happy. cu
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