Alkistis Summer & Winter Chalet

Entire chalet hosted by Panagiotis

  1. 7 guests
  2. 3 bedrooms
  3. 4 beds
  4. 1.5 baths
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Triplex Chalet 105 m2 (1130 ft2) located in Agios Charalambos, Fthiotida, Central Greece. The Chalet has modern decoration and access to open space, balcony or patio, living area w/ fireplace or wood burner & well equipped w/ electrical appliances.

The space
Located in the area of Agios Chralambos, Zeus Village Complex of wooden Chalets with all modern amenities.
Amenities include: Fitness room, Sauna, Swimming Pool, Parking Lot, Playground, Basketball Court, BBQ, FreeWiFi
The Chalet has modern decoration and access to open space, balcony or patio. Features a living area with fireplace or wood burner and is well equipped with electrical appliances.
Within 15 km, you can visit the village and castle of Mendenitsa.
Thermopylae is 18 km away and features Natural Hot Springs and the Ancient Site.
The Bridge of Gorgopotamos is 20 km
Area has ancient sites, natural hot springs, great beaches and many activities like horseback riding and skiing. Area features more than 20 touristic attractions

What this place offers

Wifi
Free parking on premises
Pets allowed
TV
Air conditioning
Indoor fireplace
Smoking allowed
Long term stays allowed

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Where you’ll be

Μώλος, Θεσσαλία Στερεά Ελλάδα, Greece

The area of Fthiotida is one of the largest in Central Greece. It is washed by the Maliac Gulf to the East, and borders with Viotia and Fokida to the South. The county connects the Eastern side of mainland Greece with the mountains of Parnassos and offers a huge variety of landscapes. Moreover, along the coast of Fthiotida are many popular summer destinations such as Kamena Vourla and Agios Konstantinos,
The county has a rich history and the famous battle between the Persians and the Spartan King Leonidas took place in the area of Thermopylae. There are also several other interesting sites spread all around that are well worth visiting. In addition, there are also several thermal springs equipped with modern facilities, among which the most well-known are located just a short distance away from the villages of Kamena Vourla, Ypati and Platystomo, where visitors may find a great selection of hotels and accommodation, as well as many taverns.
The capital city of Fthiotida is Lamia. It is a very large city, built on the southwestern, pine-covered slopes of Mt. Othris near the Sperhios River. Towering above the city, a Frankish castle rises from the rubble of an ancient acropolis.
Nearby Towns & Villages
Agios Konstantinos: This small coastal town, lies at the foot of Mt. Knemis. The town is green with pine and olive trees and an imposing local church, after which it was named. The church of Agios Konstantinos is built on top of a preexisting Byzantine monastery as the town is built on top of an ancient town named Daphnous. Except for a tourist resort Agios Konstantinos is also a port, connecting the mainland with the islands of Skiathos, Skopelos, Alonissos and Skyros. Swimming is possible in the area, but the best beach is at Asproneri.

Domokos: North of Lamia, the main road leads to Domokos. The city is built at a fine spot overlooking the Thessaly Plains. Domokos played an important role during the Greek National revolution against Turkish rule in 1821-1828. it was annexed to Greece in 1881, and a series of important battles took place here later, during the Hellenic-Turkish war of 1897, resulting in a high number of casualties. An Islamic monument is built on the spot, dedicated to the Turkish victims. This town is not a resort but if you are in the area, it is worth a visit. Old traditional buildings, a medieval castle, well preserved Turkish steam baths and a fantastic view over the whole of Thessaly Plains will reward you.

Kamena Vourla: This town is situated a couple of kilometers north of Agios Konstantinos, between the old National Road, on the seafront, and the nearby mountain. Kamena Vourla, during the 1980s, used to be one of the most cosmopolitan tourist resorts of Greece. However, it gradually deflated, and today is a quiet resort with many seafront cafes and taverns, hotels –mainly targeting summer spa bathers– and a steady number of visitors.

Ypati: This town is one of the most historical settlements of Central Greece. Ypati played an important role throughout Greek history. It is built on the slopes of Mt. Oiti, and it is the starting point for those who want to explore the homonymous national Forest, full of oak, plane trees and cypresses. The town is untouched by tourism, reminiscent of Greece of thirty years ago, before it was beautified. The hub of the village is the tree-shaded central square full of traditional cafes. Loutra Ypatis, identified with the town itself, is an important spa centre with tourist facilities. If you plan to explore Mt. Oiti, make a stop here; it is definitely worth it.

Hosted by Panagiotis

  1. Joined in May 2015
  • 10 Reviews
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During your stay

Personally welcome my guests, give them info about area and activities and try to spend some time with them during their stay. I’m always available for communications via email/messages.
  • Policy number: 1040111
  • Languages: English, Ελληνικά
  • Response rate: 100%
  • Response time: within a day
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Things to know

House rules

Check-in: 3:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Checkout: 11:00 AM
Pets are allowed
Smoking is allowed

Health & safety

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Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm

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