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Luxury Apartment Emmanuella. Great sea view!. Vacation rental.

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Holiday Apartment Condo in Diminio-Korinthos, Greece

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Luxury Apartment Emmanuella. Great sea view!. Vacation rental.

Holiday Apartment Condo in Diminio-Korinthos, Greece


Luxury Apartment Emmanuella. Great sea view!
Click to enlarge Luxury Apartment Emmanuella. Great sea view! in Diminio-Korinthos,Greece Diminio-Korinthos
Sleeps up to 4, has 2 bedrooms

Apartment Emmanuella is a luxury 2 bedroom apartment on the sea of about 70 square meters, on the beach, in a quiet and isolated position. ...
Property Summary
Type: Apartment
Property Sleeps: 4
Reception Rooms: 1
Bedrooms: 2
Bath Rooms: 1
WC / Toilets: 0
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Apartment Emmanuella is a luxury 2 bedroom apartment on the sea of about 70 square meters, on the beach, in a quiet and isolated position. The apartment is furnished with modern pieces. It has 2 air conditioned bedrooms (one with matrimonial bed and one with 2 single sofa - beds that can also be used as a living room) a spacious kitchen and one bathroom with a bathtub, toilet and washing machine. The kitchen is comfortable, with refrigerator and freezer, water heater, a stove with oven, and an iron.There are two large balconies with magnificent view of the sea, equipped with armchairs and tables.

From the villa you can easily reach the beach in a few seconds. The sea is shallow near the beach, and kids can safely swim. Beach umbrellas and deckchairs are available. A bar and a restaurant are also close by. At 500 meters from the villa you will find the bus stop, shops, taverns, restaurantsand night clubs.

Ap. Emmanuella is a great place both for those who wish to enjoy the sun and the sea and for those willing to explore the coast of Peloponese.

Full equipped kitchen, laundry facilities, barbeque, large furnished balcony, living room, bathroom with bathtub and toilet, air conditioning in both bedrooms, TV, Stereo, CD Player, housekeeping three times a week.
Area Details
Thanks to its central geographical position, Diminio is an ideal
starting-point for day trips to the very important archaeological sites,
which are close to it. These include Ancient Corinth, Sikyon, Loutraki,
Mycenae, Argos, Nafplio, Epidaurus, Olympia, and the Acropolis of Athens
and Delphi.

Corinth, at the north-eastern tip of Peloponnese, the home of Sisyphos and the great hero Bellerophon, was one of the oldest Greek city-states and among the most important ones.

Epidaurus is one of the most beautiful archaeological sites in all of Greece and should not be missed! Home of the 3rd Century theater, the tragedies of Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides were performed at the now ancient theatre of Epidaurusuntil the 4th century BC and then revived in 1955 with the Epidavros festival that takes place during July.

As soon as the visitor enters one of the archaeological sites in the Loutraki area, he is fascinated not only by the beauty of the landscape but also by the mysteries that have lain hidden beneath these ancient buildings, for many centuries so far. The traveler of the present day is rewarded by a wealth of alternating images of nature and is impossible not to be moved by his interaction with time and history.

The name of Mycenae is linked with what is perhaps the most important cycle of Greek myths, as we know it from the epics of Homer and the works of the great ancient tragedians. Mycenae was the center of the Greek world. Today, extensive ruins have survived of its imposing acropolis, surrounded by superb 1 'Cyclopean' walls rising to 12 m. in height and pierced by the Lion Gate. Inside the acropolis are some of the religious buildings of the city, the king's palace and storehouses, while traces of the water supply system can also be seen. The finds from Mycenae, which are of incomparable archaeological value, are housed in the National Archaeological Museum in Athens and in Nafplio Museum.

One of the most important sanctuaries of antiquity, dedicated to the father of the gods Olympian Zeus. Olympia is the birth-place of the Olympic Games and also where they were held. The area, of great natural beauty, has been inhabited uninterruptedly since the 3rd millenium B.C. and in the late Mycenaean period it became a religious centre. he sanctuary of Olympia spreads around the green wooded feet of the Kronion hill, where the rivers Alpheios and Cladeos meet.

Nafplio is an important tourism centre since the first decades of the century. It is a colourful town with culture, history and natural beauty, providing modern accommodation and entertainment to its visitors. On the waterfront there are numerous cafeterias one next to the other while in the alleys of the old or the new town there are also various restaurants and taverns to choose from. While your stay in Nafplio you must visit the Venetian fortress of Palamidi, which crowns the city, Bourtzi the fortified islet as well as the Archaeological and the Folk Art Museum.

High above the Gulf of Corinth, in the holy Mountain of Parnassos, surrounded by a forest of pines, lay the shrine of the God Apollo, Delphi. For many centuries the voice of Delphi, the most important sanctuary, was the absolute guiding power to the Greeks. People as well cities visited it in order to get answers and guidance for their future and destiny.

The Acropolis hill, so called the "Sacred Rock" of Athens, is the civilization was represented in an ideal way on the hill and some of the architectural masterpieces of the period were erected on its ground.
Travel Details
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Location
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Diminio-Korinthos,Greece,16562,Greece



Pricing details
The following rates are per Week
FromUpto Charging Rate 
  Euros US Dollars British Pounds
31 Mar 200430 Jun 2004800 896 684
30 Jun 200430 Sep 20041000 1120 855
30 Sep 200401 Apr 2005600 672 513
30 Jun 200530 Sep 20051000 1120 855
30 Sep 200531 Mar 2006600 672 513
31 Mar 200601 Jul 2006800 896 684

Price Includes:-Housekeeping three times a week, beach umbrellas and deckchairs.



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    Languages spoken: Greek, English



Features
Air Conditioning
DVD Player
Elevator
Satellite or Cable Television
Stereo System
Television
Washing Machine

Activities
Culture - Museums, Historic Sites
Night Life, Theatres, Restaurants
Outdoor Activities - Walks, Lakes, Woods
Seaside - Close to beaches

Restrictions
No Pets

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