Data Sheet

Crown rating: C' Class
Open: All year round
Total number of rooms: 15
Total number of beds: 35
Pera Gialos
Astypalaia Island
Astypalaia Town
Dodecanese islands
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Telephone +30 22430 61571
Fax +30 22430 61328
Beach icon To the beach: 100 ms
Airport icon To the airport: 9 kms
City icon To the city: 1 km
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The "Vivamare" studios, with its modern equipment, offers the visitor all the comforts for a pleasant residence. From the port, every day, you can make daily excursions to the beautiful remote beaches of the island. To the southwest Agios Yannis,Vatses, Caminakia, to the east Agios Konstantinos, Leivadi, Agia Kyriaki, Koutsomitis, Schinontas,Agrelidi. You can visit the beautiful beaches of Analipsi (Maltezana) also by car. Restaurants, romantic taverns and ouzeri at Pera-Gialos, Chora and Leivadi will offer you delicious homemade plates of seafood.

For your night entertainment, the bars of chora reserve for your many surprises for long, unforgettable nights. In the narrow, paved with stones streets of Chora, you will discover the magic and the mystery of the place, which preserved his colour and character unchanged as the time went by Churches, wooden bleu balconies, narrow streets paved with stones, the Castle of legends and History.

Services Amenities  
Each studio has:
- own bath
- kitchen
- TV
- balcony
- Air condition
• Air conditioning • Sea view

Astypalaia has travelled through time with the same name. Small, trivial changes have portrayed her as "Astoopalia", "Astropalia", and "Stipalia".

According to Greek mythology, Astypalaia and Europe were the daughters of Finikos and Perimidis. From the union of Astypalaia and Poseidon, god of the water, the Argonaut, Agaeos was born and so was first settled by the Kares who named her "Pyra" for the red colour of her soil. Because of her many fragrant flowers and her fruit, the Ancient Greek called her "the Gods Bank".

Astypalaia has gone through the Occupation of Crete, the Minoan Era and later on became Greek because of settlers who came from Megara.

During the ancient years, the island must have shown a significant climax as can be witnessed by the various findings, mainly coins which were found during excavations and from the frequent references in texts of ancient writers. The findings are on display at the Archaeological Museum which is open to the public at Pera Yalos and where the visitor can begin to understand the life of Astypalaia.








Balcony view

Astypalaia Town

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