Sariza Spring

Sariza Spring

The entrance of our hotel is a few meters far from the famous spring of Sariza, with its distinct water for its healing properties. The source of Sariza in Apikia, is a thermal water source for oral therapy and treats kidney calculi and arthritis. The water of the Sariza spring…

Waterfall Pythara

Waterfall Pythara

The Gulf of Pythara is located in Apikia, ten minutes away from the road, through a smooth path full of luxuriant vegetation. The route predisposes you to the beauty you will see in the “Neraydotopos” as the folkloric tradition calls it. Its abundant waters run violently and make an amazing…

Gyalia beach

Gyalia beach

The beach of Gyalia is the closest white sand beach from the hotel. It is split in two different parts, the beach of Gyalia next to the road, easy to access, and the beach of Piso Gyalia down a flight of stairs that has a beach bar. From the hotel,…

The castle of Chora

The castle of Chora

The castle of Andros Town was one of the most important castles in the Aegean sea. Today, although it remains one of the most important sights of the island, but it is largely damaged. Location & strategic importance: The castle was built on the eastern side of Andros, where Chora…

St. Marina Monastery

St. Marina Monastery

The monastery of St. Marina is located in the area of Apikia village. It is unknown when it was built, the oldest reference to it is from the 17th century. The Holy Monastery of St. Marina, with its holy water and miraculous icon, gathers many believers mainly from Cyprus because…

Zagora

Zagora

Zagora is one of the best preserved cities of the geometric period in Greece (900 – 750 BC.). The ancient settlement of Zagora is located on a steep plateau (160 m high) in the homonymous peninsula. Excavations that have taken place since 1960 have revealed remarkable findings. The life of…

Upper castle

Upper castle

The Upper Castle or the Castle of Faneromeni or Gria Castle was the strongest and largest medieval one of Andros. It was built by the Venetians on an impressive plateau north of Orthos Korthi, at an altitude of about 600 m. It could protect more than a thousand inhabitants and…

St. Peter’s tower

St. Peter’s tower

The tower of St. Peter, Hellenistic (4th-3rd century BC) is one of the best preserved in the Cyclades. It is cylindrical and is rises at a height of about 20 m. The diameter of its base is 9,40 m and it is made entirely of local slate. Inside, a helical…

Paleopolis

Paleopolis

Paleopolis was the ancient capital of Andros and the only town on the island during the Classical Years. It was founded in the 7th-6th century BC. And was very prosper. In the 1st century AD. began its decline. It has been destroyed by an earthquake in the 4th century AD…