Local materials have been used to create an original house in country-chic style with a sense of luxury you can afford and daily use comfort and functionality provisions. It consists of two double bedrooms (one of them can be rearranged as a twin) and a single one. There are also two bathrooms with free toiletries –one of them with a shower cabin, and a large relaxation area with two bed sofas which can provide additional sleeping space. This lounge has also a fireplace and a bunch of historical, architectural and literature interest books, along with a mini bar to spend some quality time. Guests share common access to all public spaces of the house including a well equipped kitchen –electric appliances are provided, and a relaxation garden patio along with a large outside terrace with a dining table.
Kindly note that this is a non smoking property.
Location is special within a calm setting of olive groves and panoramic views of the Pelion Mountains but just 500 meters down to a sandy beach. It is only a minutes’ walk to the village’s main beachfront boulevard with taverns, coffee shops, amenities stores and a pharmacy in case of emergency, while it is 5’ away by car from the local public mooring if you are a boat owner. Easy to spot and accessible by car with plenty of parking space just outside this property offers transportation convenience both from Volos city and to other destinations such as the Sporadic Islands, Plastira Lake or the the world known Meteora Monastery Complex.
Kala Nera –it actually means ‘clear water’, is one of the 25 villages dotted throughout Pelion peninsula map. Situated 18klm from the port city of Volos next to the Pagasetic Gulf it has been a popular tourist destination for Greek visitors during the 80’s. It is less known outside Greece and well suited for families and groups wanting something more than the classic beach holiday caged in faceless resorts. A shopping or a night walk in the city of Volos, home of Argonauts is worthwhile and there are regular bus servicew linking the village to the city. Although some of Greece’s most famous beaches do lie at the foot of Pelion at approximately 30’ drive, it is also possible to do horse riding, mountain biking, sailing etc. This place, full of myths, is best known for the many forested paths enjoyed by hikers who return regularly throughout the year. There are beautiful walking paths close by not to be missed and visits to local churches and the famous Miniature Train!