1 Fully Equipped Kitchen
High-Speed Wi-Fi Connection
Olivia Villa is built in a sea view paradise, surrounded by olive trees, orange trees and colorful flowers. It offers breathtaking sunsets while chilling by the pool. Furthermore, it is located within easy reach of the beaches and the picturesque tavernas of the fishing village, Perdika.
Villa Olivia is a 2-storey self-catering Villa equipped with all necessary amenities and comforts and can accommodate up to 10 persons. It features 3 bedrooms with a double bed including in-room bathroom with a shower and 2 bedrooms with twin beds including in-room bathroom with a bath-tub.
Villa Olivia also consists of two sitting areas (ground and first floor), a Playroom/Family room including T.V, PlayStation, DVD/CD/MP3 player and radio. Moreover, there is a fully equipped kitchen, a laundry room and one extra WC.
The outdoor area features a peaceful, enormous garden with olive trees, citrus trees and flowers. The patio, which includes the west facing pool, offers the ability to enjoy the sun all day long and beautiful sunsets.
The 8 acre land of Villa Olivia is a perfect place to organize all kinds of events, such as weddings, baptisms, private parties, company presentations, seminars...
From Piraeus port by hydrofoil or by ferry: Piraeus is the major port in Greece located 48 km from the Athens International Airport "Eleftherios Venizelos" and is connected with the Airport via Attica Avenue and Kifisos avenue. The trip from Piraeus to Aegina by Flying Dolphin takes 40 minutes, the regular ferry takes around 75 minutes.
With a beautiful, natural landscape and strategically situated in a proximity to Athens, Aegina is an ideal place for vacations throughout the year. Aegina has many organized and cosmopolitan beaches, excellent Greek and International cuisine. Aegina is covered with pine trees and of course, has a large variety of choices regarding the night life on the island.
The island took its name from the most beautiful of the twenty daughters of Asopos, the river god, who eloped with Zeus to the then deserted island. In historical terms, there is evidence that the island was inhabited from as early as 3500 B.C. The island enjoyed strong economic and social growth between around 900 B.C. and 480 B.C., including minting the first coins anywhere in Greece during the 7th. Century B.C. In more modern times, Aegina was briefly the first “capital” of modern Greece from 1827 – 1829.
• Souvala, 10 km Northeast of Aegina Town, is a popular beach resort with lot of facilities.
• Marathon, 5 km Southeast of Aegina Town, is a nice sandy, family friendly beach.
• Agia Marina, 12 km East of Aegina Town, is a sandy beach, well organized with sun beds, umbrellas and watersport activities.
• Perdika, 10 km Southeast of Aegina Town, has many fish taverns. It is not as tourist developed as other resorts.
• Aeginitissa, 7 km Southeast of Aegina Town is located in the beautiful bay of Aiginitissa with it’s huge Eucalyptus trees and incredible sunsets. The seawater is crystal clear and turquoise blue.
• Vagia, 9 km Northeast of Aegina Town, is a nice sandy, family friendly beach.
• Sotos, 10 km Northeast of Aegina Town, tucked away among the rocks along the shore in Agia Marina Sotos beach is one of the nicest places to swim and relax on the island, especially for those swimmers who prefer deep waters.
|April 1 – April 30||€ 2,310 per week|
|May 1 – June 30||€ 3,290 per week|
|July 1 – August 31||€ 4,480 per week|
|September 1 – October 31||€ 3,290 per week|
• Daily cleaning (complimentary) on request
• Towels or linens are not to be taken from the Property
• Pets are permitted only with prior approval
• Events welcome upon request
• Kinds friendly
• Approval for rent and controlled by National Tourism Organization (EOT)
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