Superb Six Kosmos Studios Tilos Greece.
Superb Six Kosmos Studios Tilos Greece Euroresales Property ID – 9825156 Property information: Kosmos Studios comprise of Six studios, four at ground leve and two on the upper floors, fully equipped. The accommodation is situated in a quiet garden setting only 80 metres, a short two-minute stroll, from the main beach of Livadia and within easy reach of tavernas and restaurants. Kosmos Studios have been designed to give ample space for maximum comfort. Each Studio is equipped with a ceiling fan and mosquito screens on each window and on the patio doors for convenience. There is a dining area with kitchen facilities and fridge, leading through an archway into a very spacious bedroom with twin divan beds. A larger-than-normal, tastefully tiled fitted bathroom, with shower, is accessed off the living area. Osmos Studios are situated centrally in the bay of Livadia. In a quiet position, with rural views they lie only two minutes from the main beach. Within easy reach of local tavernas and shops, these Studios offer a peaceful environment, with views of the garden, surrounding mountains and Tilotian countryside. The south-facing Studios have been carefully designed to give the highest levels of comfort. Kosmos Studios offer comfort with quality firmly in mind. The interiors are tastefully decorated with all the necessary fitments to allow guests a high degree of independence. These studios act as a beautiful base for exploring the beautiful island. Quietly situated in a garden setting, yet only 80 metres from the beach. Kosmos Studios are comprised of four, ground-floor, self-contained apartments. There is a south-facing terrace at the front and a shaded balcony area at the rear of each Studio, ideal for that alfresco meal or quiet drink or perhaps as a place for entertaining friends. A jewel of an island located in the south eastern Aegean, approximately 65km north west of Rhodes. Home of Irinna, one of ancient Greece's female poets. Tilos offers a taste of traditional Greece, ideal for those seeking peace and solitude with many fine walks and isolated beaches. Sample the many fine tavernas and restaurants in Livadia or bathe in the crystal-clear sea of Livadia bay. Visit Micro Horio, the abandoned village, by day an ideal place for a picnic, with stunning views over to Turkey, by night a Greek music bar open until the early hours in the high season. Study the exhibition of the remains of the pygmy elephants discovered near Megalo Horio or conversely, just laze on the nearby sandy beach of Eristos. Tilos, a small island with a warm welcome and a wealth of treasures to offer the visitor. Tilos is easily accessed from two main airports, those of Rhodes to the south and Kos to the north. Rhodes and Kos are well-served by Charter airlines with direct flights from the UK and other European countries as well as scheduled services from Athens and abroad. Domestic connections from Athens to Rhodes and Kos are available with Aegean Airlines (www.aegeanair.com) and Ryanair (www.ryanair.com). The two companies offer several options of daily flights, starting around 6.30am (check relevant websites for current details), to Kos and Rhodes. Aegean Airlines now fly from Athens to London, Manchester and Birmingham with connecting flights to Rhodes. http://www.tilos-kosmos.com Other Information: Bedrooms – 6 studios Bathrooms – 6 Furnished – Yes Views – Rural About the Area: Tílos has an inverted 'S' shape, is about 14.5 km (9.0 mi) long, north-west to south-east, with a maximum width of 8 km (5 mi) and an area of about 61 square kilometres (24 sq mi). The island has a mountainous limestone interior, volcanic lowlands, pumice beds and red lava sand, like its north western neighbour Nisyros. It is well supplied by springs and is potentially very fertile and productive. Its coasts are generally rocky or pebbled, but there are also a number of sandy beaches. At the north-west end of the island, the Monastery of Áyios Pandeleímon, (also the island's patron saint), sits on the slopes of Mount Profítis Ilías (654 m). The monastery features fresh cold-water springs as well as an enormous loquat tree (called Musmulla in Greek). The mountain borders a fertile plain running across the island's width, with the settlements of Áyios Andónis to the north and Éristos to the south. To the north-east of the plain is the island's capital, Megálo Chorió, built in the early 19th century at the foot of the ancient city of Telos. The archaic ruins stretch up to the site of the acropolis of the ancient city, dedicated to Pythios Apollo and Poliada Athina, and the Venetian Kástro, built over it. To the west is Kharkhadió Cave, where excavations in 1971 unearthed Neolithic finds and bones of dwarf elephant. Above the cave stand the ruins of the medieval Fortress of Mesariá. At southern end of the island, bordered by more fertile meadows, is Livádhia, the major harbour and economic centre of the island. The island's old capital, Mikró Chorió, first settled in the 15th century by the Knights of the Order of St John, overlooks the bay. It has been completely abandoned since 1960, its inhabitants having moved down to the harbour in the 1930s. A number of other settlements such as Lethrá, Gherá, and Panó Méri have similarly been abandoned. Mount Áyios Nikoláos (367 m) stands to the south of the bay. Castles Kástros (castles) have protected the island's inhabitants from pirate raids since the Dark Ages. Megálo Chorió Mesariá Mikró Chorió Agrosikiá Stavroú Lámbrou Contact Euro Resales Ltd for more information. If you need to buy or sell property in Greece fast contact us today.