Kalamia is located at the center of the traditional village of Pyrgos. The main square is just in 2 minutes walking distance where you can enjoy your coffee at the traditional "kafeneios"
It’s a fully renovated house which was refreshed in order to provide the best of services with respect to the local architecture.
The indoor of the house is in
The 1st with 75 sqm includes a bedroom, private bathroom, living room, 2 sofa beds which can sleep up to 3 guests, a fully equipped kitchen, flat TV, A/C, stereo sound system, dining area.
The second room with 25 sqm, has one cozy bedroom, a bathroom, a small kitchen area, A/C, flat TV.
The outdoor area divided into 3 separate spaces has its own character.
The ground has 100% privacy, dining table, Jacuzzi and can be shared from both rooms.
The second is in few steps from the first and it’s the place where you can enjoy your drink during the sunset time.
The third one which is the highest is equipped with sun beds and sofa where you can enjoy the Greek Sun and even the view of the Caldera and the village of Pyrgos.
Santorini...The Big C
When you think of Greece it's likely your mind jumps straight to Santorini...
The village of Pyrgos, the island’s best preserved medieval settlement, is located at the foot of Mt Profitis Ilias. Give yourself some time to wander its pretty streets and stop for a coffee at one of the traditional kafeneios on the main square. There are fine restaurants which are offering true gastronomic experiences. Climb one the town’s paths for a perfect view from the Venetian castle and drop in the nearby Church of Panagia with its celebrated wooden iconostasis.
You can’t leave Santorini without experiencing …………
Restaurants at Pyrgos
Restaurants at Oia
Kafeneios at Pyrgos
Akrotiri (Greek: Ακρωτήρι, pronounced Greek: [akroˈtiri]) is a Minoan Bronze Age settlement on the volcanic Greek island of Santorini (Thera). The settlement was destroyed in the Theran eruption about 1627 BC and buried in volcanic ash, which preserved the remains of fine frescoes and many objects and artworks. The settlement has been suggested as a possible inspiration for Plato's story of Atlantis. The site has been excavated since 1967.
The earliest evidence for human habitation of Akrotiri can be traced back as early as the fifth millennium