Pelion Amazing Cottage by the sea


kuća za stanovanje (cijeli prostor); domaćin je Katrin-Elen

4 gosta, Studio, 4 kreveta, 1 kupaonica
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The house is situated in the sea-side village of Milina in southern Pilion surrounded by an olive grove, about 60 m from the sea. Spectacular view of the Pagasitikos bay from our spacious yard. Perfect for relaxing and exploring.

The house is situated in the sea-side village of Milina in southern Pelion in the bay of Pagasitikos. Milina is a small village with a mild touristic structure, quiet and serene. On the main sea side road of the village planted with sea pines there are several little shops, taverns and coffee shops. The village has beautiful houses immersed in big gardens with vegetables, flowers and lemon trees. Our house is a traditional stone built one room house, of 50 square meters, with a tiled roof (the wooden traditional structure is visible from the inside). It has two doors and three windows. It includes the kitchen area (with an electric stove, refrigerator and sink basin), a big dinner table with chairs and armchairs, a double bed, a wardrobe and cupboard and two single beds. The bathroom is right next door on a separate room (hot water). The house is very cool and airy, nevertheless there is air condition in case of serious hot weather.
The house stands among the olive trees so you have no visible contact with neighbors and other houses. (there are three houses near us). Although not isolated, it is extremely private and quiet. It is ideal for reading and writing, relaxing, sleeping, day-dreeming, being immersed in nature and away from commercial touristic areas.

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Along the sea side road of Milina you will find many tavernas, coffee shops, souvlaki, pizza, souvenir shops, cigarettes and press, super market (selling fruit and vegetables too) and a pharmacy. On a vertical road (entering the village opposite "Elia" tavern) you will find two butcher shops (good local meat, we prefer the one on the right) and the bakery (must try the rectangular dark multigrain sour-dough bread, “polisporo me xino prozimi” baked on wood) and the best souvlaki place.
From the tavernas in Milina we prefer "Elia" and "Sakis" (the last one, good small fish and sea food). The best by far is the beautiful and stylish "En Plo" bar restaurant, on the little sea marine below the house, with more adventurous (also more expensive) cuisine.
Much more we like two tavernas a bit further out of the village driving south (2-3km) or even walking (30 min). The first called "Gibraltar" a family run tavern, in a yard full of flowers, sea view, very friendly people, home made food and fresh small fish, the second a bit further on the road, called "Limani" (very good grilled fish and meat, tsipouro meze, some traditional cooked food too), with spectacular view of sunset and the small island just opposite. The house wine in the taverns sold in an open carafe of 0,5 or 1 lt is usually really good. Nice varieties of local vines. You can also ask for bottled wine. Raki, or as they call it in continental Greece tsipouro, made from grapes' seeds and peelings through out Greece. This area is famous for its good quality tsipouro drink which you can order plain or flavored with aniseed (it is not ouzo). There is a whole food and meze culture around drinking tsipouro which you might want to try. Water is drinkable but it may taste funny, perfectly ok for cooking.
Where to swim: Just in front of the house (60m) there is a small sandy beach and two more beaches in the village of Milina. At the entrance of the village there is a small beach with pebbles that is very shady all morning. In a distance of 15-20 min walk (towards Argalasti) or 5min by car there is a beautiful small bay with green-blue waters, surrounded by an olive grove and with beautiful formation of rocks and sea caves on the left side. In the high summer season, it might be more crowded and there is also a canteen operating there.
Walking from the house to the opposite direction (going south towards Trikeri) you will find many small beaches along the main road. Many of them have shade from eucalyptus trees and sea pines. By car you can explore further the Pagasitikos area from Milina towards Trikeri. The whole coast line consists of a series of small shady green bays (mainly olive trees, but also eucalyptus, plane trees and sea pines). Park the car on the road and descend to the sea through the dirt roads or paths. About 10 km from the house you will find Marathias a beautiful sandy beach with umbrellas and a taverna. If you drive a bit further south (two bays further) you will find a more quiet and unspoilt beach with big pebbles (you will see it from the road). Park the car and walk to the beach by a path through the olive trees. The next beach is the beautiful Zasteni a sandy quiet small bay (there is a sign, park the car and walk down through a path) . Heading further south you will come to the small fish village of Kotes where you will find an excellent taverna for fresh fish, lobster and crayfish. Pagasitikos bay is well known as place to fish for crayfish so between May and July mainly, you can find this delicious sea food here. Approaching the end of the peninssula you go left for the village of Agia Kyriaki a picturesque little port village with more fish tavernas. The village of Trikeri is built on the mountain for fear of pirates. It is worth visiting the island of Trikeri. You can do this from the village of Alogopyrgos with a sea taxi (the island is very near). There are no cars on the island which is a big olive grove with nice serene beaches to swim, you can walk around it if you want and eat in one of the few taverns by the sea. The island has been a place of exile for women for political reasons (between 1948-1953) after the Greek civil war. Walk to the monastery of Evaggelistria built on the hill. If you want you can spend the night here in one of the cells which host visitors. The Pagasitikos bay is very clean with transparent crystal clear sea bottom, and the sea is almost always quiet and ideal for swimming. Sometimes the sea bottom is rocky and in some cases there might be sea urchins, so be careful and take some beach rubber shoes with you. Ideal for exploring with sea goggles. Most of the beaches have natural shade from trees. The sea is warm and you can swim here almost all year round.

The Aegian side beaches: Pilion area is well known for its spectacular sandy beaches which stretch on the Aegian (eastern) coast line. It is worth visiting some of them. The ones closest to the house (about 20-30 minutes by car) are Paltsi, Potistika, Melani. They are big sandy beaches, often with impressive rock formations and caves. They often tend to be windy though (get info about the weather). Go to Argalasti and follow the signs to the beaches. If you go this direction do not forget to visit the village of Xinovrisi with a nice cool square with plane trees and nice traditional taverns. A small beautiful tavern you can also find off Melani beach.
If you want to explore the area further you can travel to more of the beautiful Pelion villages and beaches further north. These routes should not take more than 1 hour drive from the house.

Domaćin je Katrin-Elen

Član od listopad 2015.
  • 33 recenzije
I am 46 years old and I work as a writer and translator. I have also worked for many years as a jewellery designer and I love visual arts. I live in Athens with my husband. We both enjoy being in nature and swimming and we have spent many happy times in the house of Milina. I love cooking and a good conversation.
I am 46 years old and I work as a writer and translator. I have also worked for many years as a jewellery designer and I love visual arts. I live in Athens with my husband. We both…

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Katrin and Elen, the owners of the house will be available by phone or email at any time. A list for shopping, where to swim tips, and information about local food is given below plus tips for walking and exploring the fabulous area of Pelion. We are more than happy to offer more information and help with anything that our guests will need. Upon arrival the guests will be met, given the keys and escorted to the house.
Katrin and Elen, the owners of the house will be available by phone or email at any time. A list for shopping, where to swim tips, and information about local food is given below p…
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