Traditional villa near Mystras and Sparta

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Description from the owner

  • Villa
  • 3 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 7

Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 3

Sleeps: 7

Type: Villa

Traditional villa near Mystras and Sparta

In a green valley at the north-west of Sparta one will meet Agios Ioannis, a village of unique beauty and traditional color. Villa Iris is a two storey stone house with a view to a picturesque square with plane trees, natural springs and taverns. A great choice for groups of friends and families who wish to spend their long or short term staying at a cozy house that meets all modern amenities.

At the upper floor of the villa there are three spacious, fully furnished double rooms with balconies and a view either to the square with the springs or the garden with the kiosk. At the ground floor there is a large living room with a fireplace, suitable ...Read more

About the owner

Georgia M.

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Traditional villa near Mystras and Sparta
Sparta, Peloponnese, Greece

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Additional Location Information

Laconia is a place suitable both for those who seek adventure in natural settings and those interested in history.
Taygetos, the highest mountain of Peloponnese, is a big draw for the friends of mount hiking, as they will discover picturesque paths, some of which start from locations near the villa.
Mystras, a monument of great historical and archaeological interest, is the best preserved byzantine castle town in Greece. The remnants will offer the visitor a time travel into the past, with all the monuments, palaces and churches that testify to the past grandeur. The Byzantine and Archaeological Museum of Mystras is also worth visiting.
Don’t forget to pay a visit to the Archaeological Museum of Sparta, the remnants of the ancient city of Sparta, as well as the Olive and Greek Oil Museum, which was awarded by the Greek Institute of Architecture as one of the finest buildings of the past five years in Greece.

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Mountain nearby

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Car is not necessary

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