This self-catering apartment will appeal to visitors looking for peace and tranquility within easy distance from Athens and in an unspoiled Greek town, with quick and easy access to popular beaches, tavernas and local facilities along the foreshore, and an historic and traditional Greek hinterland. (You can still see donkeys in everyday use.) Located on an elevated site with spectacular views across the bay and town, this brand new fully furnished maisonette apartment of 86sqm sleeps six persons on two levels. A personal garage is below with a 30sqm paved terrace. The first level has the kitchen, toilet, a bedroom and a living area with an outside covered veranda. Level two has the bathroom (with shower), a bedroom with an adjoining casual sitting area with a sofa bed and chairs. There is a door to the terrace. This new building is solidly built to modern standards with a casual, holiday decor and furnishings. This is a fully equipped self-catering apartment. Close to beach.
Shops, Tavernas, Bank/ATM and Post Office: The apartment is within easy walking distance to the waterfront with its mix of stores and tavernas and restaurants. A wide range of groceries and vegetables are available. Bread is available from three bakeries. A fishmonger sells daily from his van. There is a National Bank of Greece with a 24hr ATM, and a Post Office. There is an internet cafe within walking distance. There is a pharmacy and a local doctor, with a regional medical centre in Leonedio (17km away).
The Tyros area is on the east coast of the Peloponnese. It is nearly equidistant from Astros and Lionedion with four settlements and a population of around 3,000. The apartment is in the coastal settlement, Paralia Tirou (Paralia means Beach). The beach settlement is compact, nestled in orange and olive groves while the other settlements are in the hills up the valley. There is a full range of facilities, including food shops and tavernas, as well as good medical services. It is not necessary to have a car if your interests are in the local beaches and walking in the hills. Further afield there are traditional hill villages and monasteries - some in spectacular gorge settings. These villages have their own charms and specialties, with the most famous being Kosmos on the road to Sparta where there are studios and local honey and other local produce - including home cooking. Bus transport from Athens (around 3hrs trip) is frequent through the day and the service is comfortable.
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