About Holiday House 1853781 - Agios Stefanos in Greece
(We encourage you to enjoy your meals on the terrace soaking up the views!) If meal prep doesn’t interest you, no worries. You’re only minutes from a variety of cafes and restaurants - although it might be difficult to pull yourself away from those ocean views! This well-appointed studio includes linens for the double/queen sized bed and single bath. Additionally, we provide other essentials such as towels, hangers, soap, shampoo, toilet paper, and, of course, there’s WiFi, television, and air conditioning.
This unit comes with parking and private entrance in this cluster of apartments. ★ CHOULAKIA BEACH ★ Choulakia Beach beach is a beautiful monument to natural history. This small and lovely beach attracts those tourists searching for a quiet beach.
European laws prohibit the removal of any stones from this prehistoric beach. Its round, smooth stones are unique to Mykonos and not found anywhere else in the world. There are restaurants and cafe at any of the surrounding beaches| ★MYKONOS ★ The Greek island of Mykonos is a popular tourist destination. It’s approximately 85.5 square kilometers, and there are about 10,134 full-time residents according to its 2011 census - most live in the town of Mykonos which also draws the most tourists| Although known for its celebrity sitings and party-like atmosphere, Mykonos has something for everyone from an active nightlife to quiet, remote beaches and ancient ruins. July and August are its busiest months of the year when tourists and cruise passengers flood the island. The island is known for its turquoise Aegean waters and beautiful (busy) beaches.
Sailing and windsurfing are favorite activities on the northern coast. In the town of Mykonos, the pedestrian street of Matoyianni/Matogianni Streets with its white buildings, tiny churches, winding maze of streets, and charming shops makes a great outing. In the evening, check out Little Venice in the area of Charos with lively clubs and restaurants| ★OTHER THINGS TO SEE ★ Church of Paraportiai Dating back to the 15th century, it the oldest oldest church on the island. Armenistis Lighthouse at Faros Armenistis 846 00, is probably more impressive than the the lighthouse itself and includes a pretty drive along a winding road. Aegean Maritime Museum is one of the most popular museums on the island.
Its mission is the preservation, promotion, and study of the Greek maritime history and tradition. House Rules: • No pets • No parties or events • Check-in is anytime after 3:00 PM
- DOUBLE BED
- AIR CONDITIONING
- WIRELESS INTERNET
- FREE PARKING
- SMOKING ALLOWED
- FAMILY/KIDS FRIENDLY
- BED LINEN & TOWELS
PAYMENT TERMS AND CONDITIONS
Between 0 and 6 days: 100.00 % of total price
Between 7 and 1000 days: 50.00 % of total price
0.00 € No deposit
0 € No deposit