Lookout villa traffic free island Pelion Greece

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Description from the owner

  • Villa
  • 2 bedrooms
  • 1 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 6

Bedrooms: 2

Bathrooms: 1

Sleeps: 6

Type: Villa

Lookout villa traffic free island Pelion Greece

Beautiful villa on the tiny traffic free island of Trikeri at the end of the Pelion peninsular ,central greece mainland.The well equipped Lookout villa is 100 paces from the waters edge. Set in a good sized private garden with sunbeds, garden furniture and very large brick B.B.Q.

The kitchen is well equipped with full oven,washing machine,fridge and freezer . There is a double and a twin bedroom with very comfy beds and plenty of wardrobe space ,also a bed settee for 2 people in the lounge .There are lovely views from the veranda,where you can watch the sunset before heading down to one of the 2 tavernas on the island. ...Read more

About the owner

Gail E.

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Lookout villa traffic free island Pelion Greece
Volos, Mainland & the Saronic Islands, Greece

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Additional Location Information

The Lookout is on the tiny traffic free island of Trikeri,just off the end of the pelion region of Greece in the gulf of Magnesia,central Greece.The nearest city is Volos,which you can fly into with Monach airlines from Manchester Birmingham and Gatwick.Ryan air fly from Brussels Frankfurt han and Milan.
The island is a great antidote to modern day living,a tranquil little haven of peace and great beauty.There are 2 tavernas and a well stocked mini market.A boat taxi runs all day to the nearest point of mainland 5 mins away should you feel the need to explore further in the pelion mountains or the Aegean over on the far side.
The locals are really hospitable friendly people and are keen for you to experience the real Greece .

More About This Location

Beach or lakeside relaxation

Getting There

Car is not necessary



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