Poros Thea Villa is a100 square meters, one - level cozy house, surrounded by gardens, in white and blue decoration, perched on a hillside with breathtaking, panoramic views over the sea and Peloponnese and Poros island. Poros Thea Villa is an ideal, romantic hideaway all year long: you can choose between the Greek summer vibe, the warm autumn quietness, the savage winter splendours and the colourful springtime reverie.
- House100 sq. ft.
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay2 - 4 nights
2 Bedrooms, 1 Bathroom, Sleeps 4
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- English, French, Spanish, Greek
- Calendar last updated:
- Jun 11, 2018
What makes this House unique
Poros Thea Villa is situated in the hill of Askeli, one of the main beaches in Poros. It offers calm, serene isolation, mainly due to the pine forest that surrounds it, as well as superb view over the sea. You can reach Poros town by car, in 10'. The house is compeltely autonomous. It is in the second floor of the villa, has its own entrance and parking and is surrounded by mediterranean-style gardens. Poros Thea Villa is designed for relaxation and has a minimal-style décor. The house sleeps up to 4 people.
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Check-in: 2:00 PM
Check-out: 10:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Lovely house with fabulous views!
We absolutely loved our stay at Villa Thea and would love to go back one day. The villa is beautifully furnished, spotlessly clean, the hosts are delightful and the views and peace of the location, (whilst being only minutes from Askeli by car), make this the ideal location on Poros to relax. Visitors simply need to be aware that a car is essential due to the long climb up to the villa, (this however provides the fabulous views), and the fact that there is no wifi at the villa, (something to bear in mind if you need to be easily contactable due to family reasons etc). But we will return without doubt one day. Thank you Tonia & Dimitris!
Dear Paul, Thanks so much for your kind review.
I was surprised to read about the wifi, since there is wifi in the house.
In case there has been a technical problem, you should have spotted this to me, to work it out. Really sorry to hear about that.
In any case, we would love to have you back!
Nice apartment in quiet location
The property is very nice and as described- be aware though that it is up a very steep hill. It is okay as the hill is entirely paved and soon
You get the hang of it! The owner and her father are really kind and helpful they make sure you have everything you need. The owner helped arrange taxi from Pireaus to the Athens airport which was really great for our two teenagers who had to leave early. In summary a lovely base for exploring the Saronic islands and nice and peaceful away from all the hustle and bustle!
Excellent location, beautiful Villa
The Villa is beautiful, extremely well furnished (nothing missing) and located (very quiet and fantastic view). Property owner very nice. Ideal for a family as the house is big - everyone can have his own resting space. A must-see and go!
Cette maison est certainement la plus jolie que nous ayons louée. Vue à couper le souffle, maison spacieuse et très joliment décorée, équipement parfait, et gentillesse des propriétaires. Merci pour tout !
Beautiful, romantic Poros island has maintained its authenticity. Poros town is a lovingly preserved historical little town with its buildings protected by cultural heritage laws. It's natural and architectural beauty has inspired a number of poets and writers. Poros' unique mixture of intellectual, urbane, and rural culture with its strong affinity for music and dance can be felt everywhere, whether strolling through the narrow paths of Poros town or simply relaxing in one of the many little cafes and bars that dot the seaside. Activities in Poros • Poros offers a variety of beaches, each with its own distinct advantages and easily reached by bike, bus, or the inexpensive watertaxis. Sports enthusiasts will enjoy Neorio beach, where former water-ski slalom national champion Sotiris Kyprios owns one of Greece's finest schools for watersports. Askeli beach, with its chic beach bar and sun beds in pastel colors, is the new attraction. Monastery beach, named for the ancient monastery that overlooks the pine tree covered bay, is ideal for relaxing in the shade and watching the twinkling of the sun on the sea. Love bay appeals with its romantic setting. Fashionable Kochylia beach with music bar attracts the youngsters. Russian bay is truly a special location. All beaches are pebble covered, equipped with sun beds and umbrellas, and there is always a little beach bar or taverna (the typical Greek restaurant) nearby. • Water-ski, jet ski, barefoot, wake board, tubes: there are two schools on Poros, at Neorion Bay and at Askeli beach • Diving lessons at Askeli • Sailing lessons and short trips • Jogging and hiking along the sea side or through Kalavrias’ pine woods, there is a variety of paths waiting to be discovered • Mountain biking • Fishing • Work out - there are two gyms on Poros, and two more on Galata – one with an indoor pool, all of them run by professionals • Gather information on ancient Greek culture – visit the charming, small museum in Poros town and the spectacular location of the Sanctuary of Poseidon on Kalavria • Meditate at the Monastery dedicated to Holy Mother Mary - Source of Life, built in the middle of pine woods next to a healing spring • Take part in agricultural life – season permitting learn about olive or grape harvest, collect oregano, thyme, chamomile or wild capers • Boat excursions: take a lovely ride with Kaiki-boats (traditional motor boats) to one of the tiny, uninhabited islands that surround Poros, or to romantic Aliki beach at the base of the famous "lemon-woods" on the mainland. • Excursions to the famous archeological sights of Mycene, Tyrins, Tolon, Argos, Epidaurus as well as beautiful Nafplia, the first capital city of the liberated Greece. • Excursions by hydrofoil or ferryboat to the well known islands of Hydra or Spetses. • Reservation of theatre and concert tickets for the summer festival at the famous Epidaurus theater. The Festival is held June to September and includes performances of antique Greek tragedies (in modern Greek language) as well as concerts of classical music and Greek folklore.