2 Double Bed, 3 Single Beds and 2 En suite Bathrooms and 1 Shower room
Villa bien aménagée, séjour agréable
Nous avons passé un très bon séjour en location (2 couples et 2 petits enfants).
La villa est au calme, la présence de la piscine est un plus indéniable.
Seul bémol : la présence de moustiques le soir; impossible de prendre un repas en extérieur.
Il est indispensable d'installer une lampe anti moustique en extérieure.
Saronida is a seaside resort village and former community in East Attica, Greece. Since the 2011 local government reform it is part of the municipality Saronikos, of which it is a municipal unit. The municipal unit has an area of 6.670 km²
The prefecture of Attica is the most densely populated prefecture of Greece, where it belongs in the capital Athens and the largest port in Greece, the port city of Piraeus.
Geographically the Attica Prefecture is divided into two major subsections, the capital region and the rest of Attica. The capital region includes the city of Athens (Piraeus with) and bounded by the Saronic Gulf and the mountains of Parnitha, Hymettus and Penteli, defining the Attica basin. The extent of the capital region is 427 chlm2 covers 11.2% of the total area of the Attica region and constantly rising standard of limits outside the area basin
The rest of Attica covers most of the extent of the Region of Attica. Specifically, an area of 3,381 chlm2 and covers 88.8% of the total area of the Region. Divided in western, northern and eastern Attica and the rest of Piraeus prefecture where they belong by administrative point of view Salamis, Aegina, Hydra, Poros, Spetses, Kythera and Antikythera, and the province Troizinias located in the Peloponnese.
Attica was the birthplace of the most important Greek city states such as Athens, Elevsis and Megara. These cities, together with the city states of Thebe and the Peloponnesian states of Corinth and Sparta colonised all the Mediterranean coast and the Black Sea between the C5th and C6th BC. Among the colonies which were created during this time were the cities which we know today as Nice, Marseilles, Napoli, Syracuse and, the cradle of the Byzantium Empire, the city of Byzantium.