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Crazy in Greece? We have a charming and characterful house in a Greek mountain village: a place for you who dream of your own retreat. Will be appreciated most by those who have artistic souls! Life is not what happened back there or what might happen up ahead. Life is like the rhythm of the heart - every breath, every blink of the eye. It's beat by beat, moment by moment. This… is all there is. This… is all we need ”. Andy Puddicombe
Charming two-storey stone house in a traditional mountain village: Ampeliona. The village is surrounded by chestnut forests and has not long ago been discovered by alternative tourists. A stone's throw from the house is the retreat hotel Abeliona: excellent food and yoga lessons close to your accommodation: it can hardly be better than that for you who are looking for peace and balance. In the village you shop super locally: once a week both bakers and greengrocers come to the village. The house has been renovated with care and respect to the past. In the house you will find:
The house has also two storage rooms: one of 25 sqm and one of about 35 km. In the latter, there is today the oil tank. The house is sold including furnitures and appliances: ready to move in from day one. In the garden (with automatic irrigation system) you will find a traditional bread oven and about 20 fruit trees.
Peloponnese: the classic Greece (there was certainly no island but a peninsula until the Corinth Canal was completed 1893). This peninsula is full of history and the places are close to each other. It was here that a great deal of ancient history began and in the Iliad more than 20 sites from Peloponnese are mentioned.
Messinia County consists of several different municipalities with small genuine Greek communities, all west of Kalamata. The area is described in the Iliad and some of the places are still inhabited today, such as Pylos. The popular resorts Koroni, Methoni and Pylos is close and despite the winding roads it does not take very long to get around that part of Messinia. Do you want to read more about the region's history? Go to our sister site: Guide to the Peloponnese or read More about areas: Messinia.