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    Room facilities:Air Condition, Bar, Gym, Mini bar, Restaurant, Room service, Telephone, TV

     

     

General

Description
Welcome to the Marou Hotel! The Marou is a 4-star hotel built above the beautiful main beach of Agia Pelagia, on the island of Kythira. It has a wonderful view of the deep blue sea.
Its spacious and comfortable apartments and the hospitality of its owners make the Marou Hotel an ideal destination for a relaxing and pleasant holiday in a quiet, clean and family environment. Enjoy your stay at the comfortable and hospitable Marou Hotel!

“Marou” is a luxury A’ class apartment hotel, consisting of 1, 2 or 3 spacious rooms, located on the beach of Agia Pelagia, on the beautiful island of Kythira.
The hotel is situated on a 10,000m² plots next to the sea and features spacious verandas and a panoramic view that enchants all visitors. Thanks to the personal touch of its owners, the hotel provides high level services while keeping its peaceful and family character.

The Marou Hotel consists of 16 apartments with independent entrances, spacious and peasant interiors and a large private veranda with an enchanting view.
Specifically, the Marou Hotel consists of:
– Fourteen 2-room apartments that can accommodate 2 to 4 persons; they have one bedroom, a bathroom and a sitting room.
– 1 maisonette that can accommodate 4 to 5 persons; there is a sitting room on the ground floor and two bedrooms on the first floor.

Room facilities
– All the apartments have independent verandas with a sea view
– Air conditioning
– Direct telephone line
– TV set
– Safe
– Hair dryer
– Refrigerator
– Coffee machine
– Kettle

Hotel facilities
– Tennis court
– Parking area
– Reception area
– Living rooms
– Snack bar
– Buffet breakfast
– Wireless internet connection in the reception area
– Daily cleaning service

Location
The Marou Hotel is located in Agia Pelagia, the largest tourist resort in the north of KythIra. In recent years, Agia Pelagia has become a particularly popular holiday destination.
It has an organized sandy beach and crystal clear waters, as well as two consecutive fantastic beaches where you can enjoy a swim.
You will also find a large number of restaurants and snack bars where you can enjoy a meal, a cup of coffee or a drink next to the sea.

Distances from the hotel
– Beach: 50 metres
– Hora (main town): 26Km
– Airport: 17Km (a 25-minute journey approximately)
– Diakofto Port: 28Km (a 30-minute journey approximately)

Check-in time

Flexible

Check-out time

Flexible

Facilities

  • Air Condition
  • Telephone
  • TV
  • WiFi

[:en]Kythira Island [:ru]Китира

[:en]Kythira Island [:ru]Китира

Visit Kythira….Aphrodite’s Island!

The wonderful for its exciting contrasts island of Kythira has been home to hosts ofpeoples and civilizations: from the Neolithic Age to the Minoan times (20th century AC) and to the Mycenaens, the Dorians and the Spartans, still in the ancient times; from the Byzantine middle ages to the Venetian rule; from the Ottoman to the English occupation; from the State of the Ionian Islands to the modern Greek State which it joined in 1864. The ancient myth that referred the island as Aphrodite’s birthplace has been the inspiration for the paintings of celebrated artists such as Sandro Botticelli and Jean-Antoine Watteau. Now, a trip to Kythira is the symbol of a burning desire, of hankering for beauty; and not unjustly so.

Beaches: Diakofti, Kaladi, Melidoni, Halkos, Fyri Ammos, Palaiopoli, Platia Ammos, Agia Pelagia, Kapsali, Fourni, Lagada.

Monasteries & Churches: The greatest monastery is Panagia Myrtidiotissa which attracts thousands of visitors every year. The monastery of Agia Elessa, Agia Moni andAgios Theodoros are also significant.

Historical monuments are in Paleochora (the Byzantine capital of Kythira with many churches), the bridge of Katouni and the lighthouse of Moudari (the highest -25 metres- the English built in the Hellenic area).

On Kythira there is also a Byzantine museum (with hagiographies from the early Christianic period and an archaeological museum (with vessels of the Minoan and Mycenaean years.)
Villages: On Kythira there are many villages. Hora is the capital of the island (with narrow roads and white houses and also a dominant castle). Avlemonas is very beautiful and picturesque, Kapsali is the seaport of Hora where many festivals take place and Potamos is the commercial centre with a market every Sunday.

In addition, the island offers opportunities for hiking and hunting.

Local products: the high quality honey of Kythira and Sempreviva (a yellow plant which grows only on Kythira and never dies).

Kythira is an island of unique majesty and beauty which keeps its authentic characteristics and offers a sense of calmness and revitalization to the visitor.

Getting to Kythira:

Ways of access:

  1. By plane from Athens, daily flights from the airport “Eleftherios Venizelos”.

Sky express flights from the airport of Heraklion “Nikos Kazantzakis”,

Also flights of the Ionian islands of Zakynthos, Cephalonia, Aktio / Lefkada, Corfu
2. From Piraeus port, by F/B Vitsentzos Kornaros.
From Kythira island by the same boat there is a connection with the island of Crete andKalamata port.
3.From Gythion port
4. From Neapolis port, every day, by the boat Porfyrousa

 

Sports & nature

Local products: the high quality honey of Kythira and Sempreviva (a yellow plant which grows only on Kythira and never dies). Kythira is an island of unique majesty and beauty which keeps its authentic characteristics and offers a sense of calmness and revitalization to the visitor.

Nightlife info

On Kythira there are many villages. Hora is the capital of the island (with narrow roads and white houses and also a dominant castle). Avlemonas is very beautiful and picturesque, Kapsali is the seaport of Hora where many festivals take place and Potamos is the commercial centre with a market every Sunday. In addition, the island offers opportunities for hiking and hunting.

Culture and history info

On Kythira there is also a Byzantine museum (with hagiographies from the early Christianic period and an archaeological museum (with vessels of the Minoan and Mycenaean years.) Villages: On Kythira there are many villages. Hora is the capital of the island (with narrow roads and white houses and also a dominant castle). Avlemonas is very beautiful and picturesque, Kapsali is the seaport of Hora where many festivals take place and Potamos is the commercial centre with a market every Sunday.
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