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  Basic Information
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 8+ Guests
  • Rates from 1,680€ to 2,240€ per week

Features
  • Panoramic view
  • Eco-Swimming Pool
  • Strategic Location
  • Private Garden
  • Barbeque
  • Extra Large Terrace
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Fully Air Conditioned
  • Wifi
  • TV & DVD
  • Housecleaning included
  • Tours of various archaeological sites and museums available upon request

Distances
  • Athens airport - 20 min drive
  • Lavrio Port - 5 min drive
  • Sand Beaches - 10/15 min drive
  • Temple of Poseidon - 15 min drive
  • Athens Center/Acropolis - 45 min drive
  • Closest Town - 5 min drive
  • Various Archaeological Sites - 5/15 min drive

Notes
  • Car recommended
  • Pet friendly
 
  Villa Agios Constantinos is situated just outside of the ancient town-port of Lavrio in Attica; a little over half an hour's drive from Athens, but far away from the busy city, nested between a pine tree forest on a hill, overlooking the Mediterranean.

The entire region is alive with ancient history, culture, and amazing natural beauty. Uniquely fascinating archaeological sites, traditional Greek tavernas, and of course the magnificent turquoise waters washing over the beaches of the Saronic Gulf combine to create an truly inspiring scene. Actually, the whole area around Lavrio could be characterized as a huge archaeological site, bursting with history, from its ancient monuments, temples and theater -in fact the oldest in Greece-, to it's prehistoric mines. This is where the giant columns of the renowned temple of Poseidon at nearby Sounion were excavated. The Silver mines which date back to prehistoric times and are believed to be the oldest in the world, proudly accept their place in history, given that they financed the fleet with which the ancient Athenians defeated the Persians, and funded the construction of the Acropolis amongst many other monuments of the Golden Age of Athens. And as if this was not enough, the port of Lavrio provides direct access to a multitude of Greek Cycladian islands, ideal for one-day excursions and even further cultural adventures...

The villa it self, built on a slope, boasts a marvelous view from every one of its three tiers. The main outdoor area is complete with a large patio and dining area, swimming pool and stone barbeque, all surrounded by dense local vegetation ranging from grape vines to fig and pomegranate trees. All of course overlooked by the spacious verandas on every floor.

The indoors of the villa are simply a treat and a pleasure. The three floors connected with a winding staircase boast 2 large living rooms, 2 dining areas, 4 bedrooms, a bar and of course a fully equipped kitchen, capable of accommodating any and all of your experimentations with Greek cuisine, should you wish to make use of the traditional ingredients, herbs and spices found locally. All and every corner, piece of furniture, and decoration of this marvelous villa is brushed with exquisite taste and meticulous detail.

Suffice it to say that if you are looking to discover Greece's history, culture and beauty, while basking in the lavish comfort of an authentic Greek villa, you need not look any further...
 
 
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