An impressive 2000-seat open theater, exact imitation of the worldwide famous ancient Greek theater of Epidaurus, with astounding acoustics.
8-shaped, 25 m long, 4 m deep swimming pool
8-shaped, 25 m long, 4 m deep swimming pool, next to 60 sq.m octagonal tile roofed shed, 20 sq.m bar, barbecue, soccer playing-field, basket-ball and tennis court and fully equipped children playground.
“Ermioni is among the cities which are not insignificant”
The history of Ermioni
As Stravon, the historian, quotes referring to the town which is situated at the southeastern edge of Argolida, in the south of Greece; a town whose history can be traced back in history.
Built and rebuilt at the same place, Ermioni has been inhabited nearly and almost continuously since 3,000 B.C. Homer mentions in his works – including Iliad – that the town took part in the Trojan War. It has thrived greatly since the 5th century B.C. The town’s prosperous development as a major centre of the ancient world can be attributed to its agriculture, its shipbuilding and its fishery but most importantly to its coasts which were rich with ‘porfyra’, a really important red seashell. Its inhabitants, Hermionians, processed the porfyra in a special way thus producing the red colour, called ‘porfyro’, used by the kings of the time, including Alexander the Great, in order to dye their tunics.
Near to us
Hydra is the most impressive island in the Argo Saronic Gulf. Due to its close distance to Athens, it gets very popular as a summer weekend destination.
A lovely island of the Saronic Gulf, Spetses island is a popular weekend destination due to its closeness to Athens.
Porto Heli Greece is a cosmopolitan port village on the eastern side of Peloponnese.
Ermioni in Greece is a small seaside town on the eastern coasts of Peloponnese, in the region of Argolis. Source: www.greeka.com
Hydra is the most impressive island in the Argo Saronic Gulf
Hydra is the most impressive island in the Argo Saronic Gulf. Due to its close distance to Athens, it gets very popular as a summer weekend destination. The town is constructed on the slopes of a hill around a port and impresses visitors at first sight with the elegant stone mansions. The special thing about Hydra island is that cars and other motor vehicles are entirely prohibited in all the island, so all transport is done on foot, by boat or riding the donkey. In fact, the donkeys are very characteristic figures of Hydra Greece. Beaches on the island are actually small coves with crystal water and green surroundings. Agios Nikolaos, Bitsi, Vlichos and Kaminia are the most beautiful beaches on the island. Source: www.greeka.com
A lovely island of the Saronic Gulf
A lovely island of the Saronic Gulf, Spetses island is a popular weekend destination due to its closeness to Athens. In the Medieval times, the island flourished with trade and the locals constructed elegant mansions that survive till today. When the Greek Revolution of 1821 broke out, the local commercial ships were turned into military ships and contributed to setting the country free. The Town is large and ideal for long promenades. Many beautiful beaches are found around the island, accessible by boat or bus. A large festival takes place in Spetses Greece on the second weekend of September, the Armata Festival, that peaks with the burning of a boat in commemoration of a naval flight between Greeks and Turks. Source: www.greeka.com
The Riviera of the Peloponnese
Located on the eastern side of Peloponnese, Porto Heli is a small seaside town with large port. This port is a frequent mooring place for fishing boats and yachts in summer, giving to Porto Heli in Greece a cosmopolitan atmosphere. There are a couple of organized beaches in Porto Heli, but the majority are small secluded coves with relaxing atmosphere. A frequent family destination, this region gets frequented by Athenians who have holiday homes there in summer. The location is convenient for road trips to Ancient Epidaurus, Poros, Ermioni, Mycenae and Nafplion. From the small port of Costa close to Porto Heli, there are very frequent boats to Spetses island. Source: www.greeka.com
Holidays in Ermioni
Ermioni in Greece is a small seaside town on the eastern coasts of Peloponnese, in the region of Argolis. Constructed on the hill slopes around a beautiful port, this town has revived over the last decades as many Athenians have holiday homes there. The traditional architecture and the natural beauty of Ermioni Greece attracts many families looking for peaceful vacations. The small port is connected by ferry to Piraeus and the islands of Hydra and Spetses. The port promenade is a relaxing place to stroll around and enjoy a meal during your Ermioni holidays. The convenient location serves for day excursions to Ancient Epidaurus, Porto Heli, Nafplion, Hydra and Poros. Source: www.greeka.com
Diamond property is only 2 km far from Porto-Heli, a picturesque village by the sea and well known resort in Peloponnese Greece. A large marina is located at the leeward side of Porto-Heli bay. The famous VIP island of Spetses is reached within 10 minutes by sea-taxi. Many beautiful sandy beaches easily accesible by road or sea. Hydrofoils connect Porto Heli with Athens running a two-hour trip, 7 times daily, with stops at the famous islands of Aegina, Poros, Hydra and Spetses. By road Athens is 190 km far. The famous ancient Greek theatre of Epidaurus is located 60 km away, where every summer the Greek ancient theatre festival takes place.