- Swimming Pool
- Car Parking
- Internet Access
Description of Chios:
The island where the blind poet Homer was born….where the myth
is usually connected to history… where the taste of mastic met the
fragrance of the flowers and time spread Genovese- Byzantine castles,
bright temples and middle age villages… where poetry, wisdom and arts
Chios is one of the Northeastern Aegean Islands and the fifth larger
island in Greece. It is just a few miles off the coast of Asia Minor
and about midway between the islands of Samos and Lesvos. The distance
from the port of Piraeus is about 165 miles, though you can reach the
island by air in less than 40 minutes. The island is also connected
frequently to both Samos and Lesvos by sea and by air. Chios is also
one of the few places in Greece from where you can visit Turkey. There
is a year-round boat connection with the Turkish city of Cesme on the
Asia Minor Coast which is an hour drive from Smyrna.
Chios is famous for its Mastic Gum, a unique product, its well
preserved medieval villages and Byzantine castles. This is the
birthplace of poet Homer. Chios is an island that perfectly combines
the originality and warmth of the past to the modern demands.
Summer in Chios lasts from April to October. The island is full of
forests, breath-taking beaches, picturesque villages each with a
different history and traditional houses build side-by-side to
The real wealth of Chios however, is its people and their hospitality,
their traditional cuisine and their hand-made works.
Chios is just the right place you've been looking for… A place where
the tourist feels more like a guest and has the opportunity to discover
many values and traditions the mass tourism has driven away from other
Architecture: The architecture of the hotel has local influences and adds to the hotel an Aegean glamour. The decoration of the internal and external spaces is specially attended and there is a sense of sea breeze all over.
Availability for: 1 Adults 19/07/2021 - 20/07/2021
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