|Space||645 sq. ft.|
|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
New semi-detached house. The name Eirene means 'peace' in Greek and peace is just what you will find here. One bedroom upstairs with double bed, in-suite bathroom, closet, and large balcony (16m2) with fantastic view of Mochlos island. Living room downstairs with comfy couches, desk, satellite TV opens to balcony (8m2) with table and chairs.Full kitchen and dining area with table and chairs. WC downstairs with laundry facilities. Air conditioning and heating. Private parking in front of house. Located just outside Mochlos village, close enough to walk but far enough to be quiet. Very peaceful, great sea views.
Vaia Villa’s houses and apartments are surrounded with flowers, herbs, and natural beauty, and located in a peaceful, clean area with private parking. With a coffee or beer on the shaded front porches, you will enjoy watching the sunrise and sunset, the beautiful reds and purples colouring the cliffs on the opposite side of the bay. Fresh air and sea breezes, and perhaps a walk in the hills, will awaken your appetite for a dinner of fresh fish and locally grown vegetables at one of the village tavernas. Some of the best fish in Greece is caught by local fishermen. If you are an early riser, you may even see your dinner arriving! Several beaches, some pebble and some sand, offer places to swim or relax near the village. Special celebrations take place in the village at Easter time and you are welcome to join in. The people are very friendly and the village offers much hospitality all year round. In the fall, olives and grapes are harvested and oil and raki (the local spirit) is made.
Rates include towels and sheets and final cleaning. A 1/4 deposit is required to reserve the property.
Mochlos is a small fishing village with several taverns and several small shops. Remains of a Bronze age town are visible on the island opposite the town. In the sea near the village, fish tanks dating to the Roman era are visible. During the summer months, archaeologists conduct an excavation on the island, providing more information on the local history, which goes back almost continuously for over 4000 years! Special celebrations are held at Easter and you are welcome to participate. Olives and grapes are harvested in the fall, and then the production of oil and raki, the locally manufactured liquor, begins. Be sure to sample the oil, the raki, and don't forget the local red wine!
Other Activities: Diving is available at a nearby hotel (25 min. away) and golf is available at the new course near Hersonissos (40 min away).