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House is located in Arxaies Kleones Village

A beautiful house in a colorful environment full of flower smells… There are Olive Trees Vineyards and Wildflowers as far as your eyes can see. Gazing from the balcony of our beautiful maisonette just feels like traveling into tranquility.

Made with passion… With towering wooden ceilings giving a special rustic air in the house. The bedrooms are next to fruit trees garden and make you feel like the old times when villagers were pressing grapes for the production of local wine and basking the popular Corinthian raisin.

Travelling back in time the preparations of the glorious Nemean Games here in Archaies Kleones echoes back to us through the Legends of Hercules. Nearby archeological sites such as the temple of Hercules, a monument commemorating Hercules killing of the Nemea Lion and the significant site of Nemea where sights include the Temple of Zeus, the Ancient Stadium, and the site’s Museum make this village an excellent point of interest.

It’s the origin of the world famous Agiorgitiko wine and it’s in the middle of a route that is considered one of Greece’s most fascinating wine roads and destinations. Of course you can visit both successful wineries of Mr. Lafkiotis and Mr. Lafazanis and try some of the best Greek wines. You can also experience traditional olive gathering and share with us the unforgettable feeling of tasting extra virgin olive oil straight from our local oilpressers.

You can also drop by the Green Theatre for entertainment with beautiful cultural regional events. In the village there are cafes, restaurants and of course mini markets.

Inside the house there is a fireplace and available woods.


  • Air Condition
  • Balcony
  • BBQ Facilities
  • Coffee Machine
  • Dining Table
  • Electric Kettle
  • Fireplace
  • Fridge
  • Garden
  • Heating
  • Iron
  • Kitchenette
  • Laundry
  • Seating area
  • TV
  • WiFi


NemeaThe history of Nemea gets lost in the mists of time, since discoveries that have come to light show that the Nemea region has been inhabited since prehistoric times. It was named after the nymph, daughter of Asopos, the river that crosses and waters the valley and the vineyards to this day. It is associated

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