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The House offers a comfortable setting while in Monemvasia. It is steps from Castle of Monemvasia and is near the area’s well-known attractions and dining spots.

The property provides an around the clock reception, as well as room service and parking. Wi-Fi is also provided. Pets are also welcome.

On-site dining options include a restaurant, which is an ideal place to enjoy a meal.

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This is a last minute booking. Last minute bookings cannot be modified or cancelled without penalty. If you like to modify or cancel this booking please check our Cancellation Penalty Policy below and contact our reservation department.

·         If cancelled up to 15 days before arrival date no fee will be charged.

·         If cancelled or modified later 50% of the total amount will be charged.

·         In case of non show or prior departure 100% of the total amount of the reservation will be charged.

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  • Air Condition
  • Free toiletries
  • Hairdryer
  • Heating
  • Kitchenette
  • Private bathroom
  • Room service
  • Seating area
  • TV
  • WiFi


 Meet Monemvasia, A Hidden ‘Fortress Town’ Perched On An Island In Greece. Discovering a secret town? Well that’s one way to get off the beaten path.

 Monemvasia occupies a steep, rocky islet connected to the Laconian coast by a bridge. This remarkably romantic walled secret  town, nestled under the shadow of the towering rock is a living museum of Byzantine, Ottoman, and Venetian history dating back to the 13th century.

You can reach Monemvasia by bus, and a ferry is available during the summer months.

Perched on an island off the east coast of the Peloponnese, Monemvasia’s name means “single entrance” in Greek.

The “hidden” spot boasts a massive Byzantine fortress (hence the nickname “fortress town”), but one thing is definitely in plain sight — the huge selection of nearby beaches, open to tourists and locals alike.

Poet Yiannis Ritsos once called  Monemvasia “a ship of stone,” and those who have visited rave about “rugged, salt-of-the earth beauty” that provides “a refreshing escape” from the real world.

If you need to unplug, hide out on the island and spend your days looking for traces of Byzantine, Frankish, Venetian and Ottoman influences in town, which mean there’s impressive architecture and history nearly everywhere you turn.

Though if you’re in for a bit of adventure, the best attraction on the island is the Kastania Cave.

Described as a must-see attraction by tourists, the cave took millions of years to form and is packed full of rare geological wonders. And right next door, you’ll find a cafe and a church that was once visited by pirates.

Experts say Greece is great in the winter.. Escape crowds, indulge in the delicious Mediterranean cuisine, and explore the ancient history of Monemvasia.

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