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Casa/apto. entero

4 huéspedes

2 dormitorios

3 camas

Casa/apto. entero

4 huéspedes

2 dormitorios

3 camas

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We welcome gues !
The house holds up to 4 people, has the best view of the island! It has a huge garden, large balcony, 2 bedrooms, 1 fully equipped kitchen, 1 living room, 1 hallway !


El alojamiento
El alojamiento
Capacidad: 4
Baños: 1.5
Dormitorios: 2
Camas: 3
Llegada: A partir de las 14:00
Salida: 12:00
Tipo de habitación: Casa/apto. entero

Servicios
Servicios

Precios
Precios
Cancelación: Estricta

Descripción
Descripción

We welcome gues !
The house holds up to 4 people, has the best view of the island! It has a huge garden, large balcony, 2 bedrooms, 1 fully equipped kitchen, 1 living room, 1 hallway !

THE HOUSE IS SUITABLE FOR 4 (URL HIDDEN) IS QUIET WITH THE BEST VIEW OF THE ISLAND!! HAS LARGE BALCONY, 2 BEDROOMS 1 LIVING ROOM, 1 HALLWAY AND KITCHEN!

The Island of Patmos has regular ferry service, which connects it to the following ports: Agathonissi Island, Piraeus (the main port of Athens), Samos Island, Syros Island, Leros Island, Arkoi, Lipsi Island, Symi Island and Rhodes Island.

vary quiet NEIGHBOURHOOD, The guests will experience absolute privacy, because no vehicles pass by ,150 meters from the TownHall in Xanthos square.
HISTORY AND HOUSES OF HORAThe first dwellings were built around 1130 when the monastery monks called upon the remaining inhabitants (mostly builders of the monastery and their families) to take up resident close to each other and the monastery walls forming anouter wall, so when invaders came they could seek refuge behind its walls keeping the community and Christianity safe.

The houses were built in rows, their thick walls were much higher than the roofs to discourage climbing over them. Inside the walls five doors locked interconnecting passageways. Other islanders near and around Asia Minor flocked to Hora to escape from the Turks for centuries to come.

As more came to seek refuge a new outer wall of houses had to be made, this meant the breaking up of some of the old homes, into smaller ones to accommodate more people.

Extension of the passageways and two more locked doors also had to be made. As time went by and the fear of pirates died away, homes and mansions turned into ruins and locals relocated taking remainders of the old buildings (stone and wood) to new locations reforming Hora into what it is today.

One of the oldest buildings still standing in Hora would have to be the Sophouliou mansion (1522), it was built as a self sufficient complex with large ovens, storage rooms and rooms for security personnel . Another traditional Patmian home is the Simandiri mansion, which today serves as a museum.
The island's capital Patmos or Chora (Hora) is built 3 km southwest of the harbour (Skala).

It spills under the walls of the monastery of St.John like roots of a tree. Many islands have villages called Hora. They are usually the main village s and first settlement s making them the oldest developed areas on their island.
Hora of Patmos is many times been referred to as the queen of all Hora's, not only because of the monastery, but for the Byzantine residences that are unique to the island and said to be the strongest built in the Aegean .

Whitewashed houses, mansions, captain's residences, narrow streets and alleyways, all of which date back to the 15th century, are one of the reasons why this Hora is evidently one of the most expensive areas in Europe. Bought out mainly by foreigners the houses in Hora are in high demand.
Walking in Hora during a sunny mid day would not be recommended, the whitewashed houses reflect the sunlight making it tiring and straining for the eyes and skin. The afternoon and morning sunlight really give the alleyways a more Byzantine aura and a night walk is considered very romantic.

There is a donkey track going from Skala to Hora build in 1794 by the metropolitan of Sardes, Nektarios. It starts about 1 kilometre in from the port, and takes about 25 minutes to walk up to Hora . We recommend you take a bus or taxi up and walk your way down the donkey track through the pine forest to the cave of the Revelation and then to Skala. Otherwise it's a 4.5km drive on asphalt road lined with eucalyptus trees and pine forests.

CAR, MOTO BIKE, TAXI , BUS

Patmos (Greek, Πάτμος; Italian: Patmo) is a small Greek island in the Aegean Sea, most famous for being the location of both the vision of and the writing of the Christian Bible's Book of Revelation.

One of the northernmost islands of the Dodecanese complex, it has a population of 2,998 and an area of (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) sq mi). The highest point is Profitis Ilias, 269 metres (883 ft) above sea level. The Municipality of Patmos, which includes the offshore islands of Arkoi (pop. 44), Marathos (pop. 5), and several uninhabited islets, has a total population of (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) census)[3] and a combined land area of 45.039 square kilometres (17.390 sq mi). It is part of the Kalymnos regional unit.

Patmos' main communities are Chora (the capital city), and Skala, the only commercial port. Other settlements are Grikou and Kampos. The churches and communities on Patmos are of the Eastern Orthodox tradition. The current[when?] mayor of Patmos is Grigoris Kamposos.

Patmos is mentioned in the Book of Revelation. The book's introduction states that its author, John, was on Patmos when he was given (and recorded) a vision from Jesus. Early Christian tradition identified this writer as John the Apostle, though some modern scholars are uncertain, and thus call him the less specific "John of Patmos."

Because of the Book of Revelation, Patmos has a long history as a destination for Christian pilgrimage. Visitors can see the cave where John is said to have received his Revelation (the Cave of the Apocalypse), and several monasteries on the island are dedicated to Saint John.

In 1999, the island's historic center Chora, along with the Monastery of Saint John the Theologian and the Cave of the Apocalypse, were declared World Heritage Sites by UNESCO. The monastery was founded by Saint Christodulos. Patmos is also home to the Patmian School, a notable Greek seminary.


Normas de la casa
Normas de la casa
La hora de llegada es después de las 14:00.

Please respect the house and furniture.


Disponibilidad
Disponibilidad
Estancia mínima de 3 noches

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