Located in the very center of Loutraki,
this comfortable and fully equipped second floor's 60 m2 flat offers space for maximum 5 people.
A bank,a supermarket and a brand new medical center right in front of the entrance of the block of flats.The beach is at sight and it is located at about 150 meters.
The flat consists of a double bedroom, a bathroom, a kitchen, hall+living room with two single beds, a sofa bed, and a table. A baby cot is also provided. Smoking is free and we are pet-friendly.
Shampoos, body lotions, laundry and dishwasher detergents, hairdryer, Wi-fi, plasma television 32", first-aid kit, ashtrays are provided. You can have access to the elevator, the stairs, and the balcony with chairs and a table. The kitchen is fully equipped, and you will find there: a fridge, a boiler and a coffee machine to have your breakfast, and obviously a cooking angle. The rest of the apartment consists of a main bedroom (with one double bed, there's also a desk for a laptop), a bathroom (with a washing machine), a hall+living room (with two single beds, a sofa bed, and a larger table). A baby cot is also freely provided.
Other things to note
A destination full of surprises.
Loutraki is a heaven-like destination, comprising all those elements that collectively offer tourists an integrated visit, full of inspiring experiences. The unique combination of the climatic conditions and the rare natural environment provide limitless opportunities for summer and winter breaks.
There are two ways to reach Loutraki from the Athens airport:
(Means of public transport)
1. a. Bus line EXPRESS X93: Airport - Bus Station of Kifissos (central bus station for buses going everywhere in Greece)
b. Bus: Athens - Loutraki
2. a. Train: Airport - Corinth
b. Taxi from the train station of Corinth to the starting point of the bus line Corinth - Loutraki.
c. Bus: Corinth - Loutraki.
I was born in Athens, then I studied Italian literature in Thessaloniki. I currently live in a nice town near Venice. I'm married to an Italian guy and I have a 17-year old son that studies in Venice. My passions are literature, philosophy, art and cinema. I work as a Greek teacher. I'm not so keen on travelling, however I've always been fascinated by people coming together, interconnecting, and sharing experiences.