Sunset Villa for Two
About the home
Sunset villa is part of the Kea Villas complex. It is a one level house that can sleep up to three people. Entering the villa you will find the ample living room with a HiFi, a TV and a relaxing sofa that can be converted into a bed. Next to the living room there is an adjoining fully fitted kitchen. Beyond the kitchen you will find the spacious bedroom and the bathroom with a shower.The living room opens up to a spacious terrace from where you can enjoy moments of utter relaxation while gazing at magnificent view of the Aegean Sea and the breathtaking sunsets.
|Size:||Sleeps up to 3, 1 bedroom|
|Will consider:||Long lets|
|Family friendly?||Suitable for children of all ages|
Unsuitable for people with restricted mobility
|Notes:||May take pets - please enquire|
No smoking at this property
|Luxuries:||Internet access, Sea view|
|Pool:||Shared outdoor pool (unheated)|
|General:||TV, Safe, Wi-fi available|
|Standard:||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Rooms:||1 Bedroom, 1 family bathroom|
|Furniture:||Sofabeds (1), Double beds (1)|
|Other:||Linen and towels provided|
|Outdoors:||Shared outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony / Terrace, Shared garden|
• Pets allowed upon confirmation
• Washing maching available if you stay longer than a week
Credit card guarantee is required to secure your reservation. The Hotel reserves the right to pre-authorise credit cards prior to the guest's arrival In order to make a reservation it is necessary to prepay an amount of 30% of the total cost of your stay.
This is a last minute booking. Last minute bookings can only be modified or cancelled via direct communication with the reservation department. Please, check our late cancellation policy below in case you'd like to cancel the booking at a later stage.
Late Cancellation Penalty:
For any cancellation that takes place at least 30 days before the arranged arrival date, the whole deposit will be refunded and there are no cancellation fees.
For any cancellation that takes place 30 days or less prior to the arranged arrival date, there will be a two-night cancellation penalty fee or the deposit will not be refunded.
In case of non-show, there will be a two-night cancellation fee. In case of departure prior to the arranged date, there will be a cancellation fee for 50% of the remaining stay
The Aegean Islands region
Aegean islands, one of the most popular destinations in Greece, combine the unparalleled natural beauty of their beaches, their traditional white and blue architecture, their long history and great cuisine.
The Aegean Islands are a paradise for explorers, with tiny havens such as Samos and Lesbos scattered across the Aegean Sea between Greece and Turkey. A cruise through the Islands is the best way to see them.
The Kea area
Kea, this spectacular island, with its long history imprinted on its archaeological ruins and its unparalleled natural beauties is considered one of the most popular destinations for a memorable vacation.
Kea is the northest island of the Cyclades. It is located across Sounio, the most eastern end of Attica. It is only one hour away from the port of Lavrio. There are regular ferry routes during the day connecting Lavrio to the island of Kea. The particular Cycladic architectural style of the chora of Kea, its unique beaches with the deep blue water cast a spell over anyone visiting the island.
Ioulida (Ioulis), the island’s capital, also called chora, is amphitheatrically built at the slopes of two hills. The Cycladic architectural style, characterized by the all-white two-storey houses, the “stegadia” (roofed courtyards) and small squares remind the visitors of the fact that they are in the Cyclades. Walking around the picturesque paved streets of the capital is an unforgettable experience, making even the most demanding visitors leave the island with the best impressions.
Chora lives in its own rythm staying away from the tourist trends and masses, a feature that makes it unique in all the Cycladic islands, preserving its traditional identity unalterable. When you reach Ioulida, at the town hall’s square, you will have the opportunity to explore the tavernas, the exquisite local cuisine famous for its delectable delicious treats.
Only 15’ away from the most beautiful beaches.
Ancient Ioulida (Julida or Julis) was one of the four cities that flourished in antiquity. The four cities were Ioulida, Karthaia, Korissia and Piiessa.
The Archaeological Museum of Kea
Here you will have the opportunity to see unique exhibits that have been found in excavations in important historical sites all around the island. The exhibits that stand out are the marble protocycladic statuettes from the prehistoric settlement of Aghia Irini (St Irene), in Vourkari, the headless statue of Nike (meaning “victory”) and the famous Kouros (statue of a youth) of Kea, which were found in the excavations in Karthaia.
In the south-east of Kea are found the remnants of the ancient city of Karthaia, which was one of the four most important cities of the island during the ancient times, autonomous and having its own coin. A large part of its fortification is still extant today. Access on this area is possible by the sea or walking along the ancient path which begins in Katomeria.
Kea is the ideal place for nature lovers and hikers. The cobbled pathways, 36 km long, were part of the road network connecting the cities-states in the past. Today there are 8 historical footpaths guiding the visitors through Kea’s unparalleled natural and historic riches longing to reveal the island’s secret charms. Every trail has been marked with white and red signs stating the destination and each one has a distinct historical and naturalist interest, gracing the visitors with images of incomparable natural beauty.
Korissia, the natural port of Kea, has been built on top of the ancient city of Korissos. Taking the pathway from Chora, you can’t help but notice the chimney and the exhibits of the historical Emage (enamel) factory, the only greek factory producing enamelware which operated from 1927 to 1957 playing an important part in the financial and social life of the island’s residents.
Vourkari, one breath away from the port, maintains its traditional character and color and constitutes a tourist anchorage for many sailing boats and leisure yachts. There you can enjoy tasting local treats, savoring local cuisine in the tavernas by the sea, visiting art galleries and folk art and souvenir shops. At night the scenery changes and you will enjoy atmospheric moments sipping your drink in the bars by the sea whilst taking in a beautiful sea view.
In Katomeria, where the farming and cattle-raising activities of the island are concentrated, you will find many picturesque little tavernas where you will relish local specialties. It is also the starting point if you want to visit Karthaia, following the historical footpath.
Leaving Chora and travelling to the west, at 10 km, you will reach the plain of Poisses where you will find a beautiful and hospitable settlement with access to a magnificent long sandy beach, built on top of the ancient Piiessa.
Driving west of Chora you will find Koundouros, at 15 km from Ioulida, where the stone mills stand still capturing your gaze. There is also a cosmopolitan, well organized beach filled with restaurants and bars.
Kea’s beaches unequivocally go hand in hand with the distinct morphology of the island. From one side of the island to the other one can meet windless coves with deep blue waters rewarding those who wish to discover them. Kaliskia, Liparo, Spathi, Sykamia, Kalydonyhi are only some of those. For those visitors who can’t live without comfort, there are certainly various organized beaches equipped with deck chairs and umbrellas next to the settlements, for example Otzia, Koundouros, Pisses and Yaliskari.
Festivities & Events
Fairy Tales Festival
The Fairy Tales Festival held every summer with fairy tale narratives and many creative events such as musical concerts, theatrical performances, lectures, seminars and workshops will make a great impression on you. It is a series of events for both kids and adults with the participation of famous narrators taking place in various locations all around the island such as ancient pathways, beaches, archaeological sites, church courtyards, picturesque alleys and village squares.
The existence of a chapel in each corner of Kea is not at all random. The villagers organize festivals on every possible occasion. Each year there is a big festival held in the 15th of August for the celebration of the Dormition of the Virgin Mary in the monastery of Kastriani.
During summer you can participate in Greek cuisine cooking lessons organized by the known journalist and author Aglaia Kremezi.
How to get there
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The distance from the Eleftherios Venizelos airport to the port of Lavrio is 30 km and it is a 30 minute drive.
When you reach the port of Lavrio you should purchase your ferry ticket to KEA at least half an hour before the ferry departure.
To check the ferry itineraries please visit the departure-arrival table on the OpenSeas website: www.openseas.gr.
In case you are driving there with your own vehicle, you should arrive at the port at least one hour before departure time. Make the necessary arrangements regarding the tickets for both the car and the passengers one week before departure date.
You can book your ferry tickets online on the following sites: www.krialis.gr & www.ostriatravel.gr
Leaving the port of Lavrio, you pass by the island of Makronissos and then the beautiful island of Kea appears before your eyes. It is a pleasant journey that lasts about 1 hour.
In Korissia, the port of Kea, you will be greeted by one of our representatives who will escort you to Kea Villas. To reach Ioulida (Chora) from Korissia you will follow the route to Ellinika-Kato Meria and shortly arrive at Kea Villas. It is a 15 minute drive.
In case you don’t have your own transportation you will be able to rent a car or a motorcycle from the car rental agency situated at the port of Kea.
When you arrive at Kea Villas you can leave your car at the parking lot and
Enjoy your holidays.
Lavrio Ferries: +30 22 920 26200, +30 22 920 26777
Kea Ferries: +30 22 880 21435, +30 22 880 21920
Lavrio Port Authority: +30 22 920 25249, +30 22 920 26859
Kea Port Authority: +30 22 880 21344
Activities near Kea
Beach or lakeside relaxation
12 Nov 2012
We spent half of our time on the balcony looking to the "ocean".
With cats entering the house, it felt like home.
|Rental prices originally quoted in: British £||Convert to:|
|Prices for group size 3|
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|Low Season||25 Oct 11||21 May 12||£ 945||£ 135||£ 135||Flexible|
|Medium Season||21 May 12||9 Jul 12||£ 1115||£ 165||£ 165||Flexible|
|High Season||9 Jul 12||27 Aug 12||£ 1505||-||-||1 Week|
|Medium Season||27 Aug 12||1 Oct 12||£ 1115||£ 165||£ 165||Flexible|
|Low Season||1 Oct 12||21 May 13||£ 945||£ 135||£ 215||1 Night|
|Medium Season||21 May 13||9 Jul 13||£ 1115||£ 165||£ 215||1 Night|
|High Season||9 Jul 13||27 Aug 13||£ 1505||-||-||1 Week|
|Medium Season||27 Aug 13||1 Oct 13||£ 1115||£ 165||£ 215||1 Night|
|Low Season||1 Oct 13||20 May 14||£ 945||£ 135||£ 215||1 Night|
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