Offering free WiFi and a sun terrace, the stone-built Kastraki Art Houses are located in Kousouniri. Monemvasia is 28 miles from the property. Free private parking is available on site. Some units include a terrace and/or patio. There is also a kitchenette, fitted with a refrigerator. Towels and bed linen are provided. Activities at can be enjoyed include painting lessons and jewelry design courses. Paralia Likodimou, from where magnificent sunset views can be enjoyed, lies within approximately 2.7 miles of Kastraki Art Houses. The centre of Kithira, featuring an array of shops and restaurants serving local delicacies, is at 4.3 miles. The nearest airport is Kithira airport, 3.7 miles from the property.
Piraeus Islands Trizonia. These small havens, located in close proximity to Athens are true gems to explore because of their absolute natural beauty, their historical treasures and unique architecture, and their glamorous, yet romantic atmosphere. Aegina, Poros, Hydra and Spetses, each having a different special character, have developed a lot in tourism over the last years, while Agistri and Methana are not that famous but remain unexploited little gems. Given their proximity to Athens and their beauty, the Piraeus Islands and Trizonia are hugely popular destinations, with Aegina almost becoming a city suburb at weekends. Poros, Ydhra (Hydra) and Spetses are similar in the summer, though their visitors include a higher proportion of foreign tourists. More than any other group, these islands are best out of season and midweek, when visitors (and prices) fall dramatically and the port towns return to a quieter, more provincial pace. Located at Kousounari, Kithira, 80200, Greece, Kastraki Art Houses is the ideal choice for those looking to escape the hustle and bustle of Athens without having to venture too far. Piraeus Islands Trizonia feature picturesque harbors, museums and Neoclassical mansions, narrow, winding streets, charming beaches and unspoiled, natural beauty. Book a room with Kastraki Art Houses and discover the distinctive character of the Argo-Saronic Gulf.
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