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Holiday House in IOULIS (Attiki) or holiday homes and vacation rentals
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Holiday House in IOULIS (Attiki) or holiday homes and vacation rentals
Holiday House in IOULIS (Attiki) or holiday homes and vacation rentals
Holiday House in IOULIS (Attiki) or holiday homes and vacation rentals
Holiday House in IOULIS (Attiki) or holiday homes and vacation rentals
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Name of object: House

Greece - Attiki - Attiki - Holiday House IOULIS
Object number:55235
Creation date:28.07.2013
Type of object:Holiday House, detached
Living area:120 m2
Number of rooms:5
Number of sleeping accommodations (sleeps):5
Number of bathrooms:4

Rental Price

45 Euro per object per day

Price includes following expenses

  • Cleaning (negotiable)
  • Electricity
  • Water










Description of object

the house is in Kea island central Cyclades near Attiki. The town Ioulis is an ancient town and it is only for pedestrians The house is in the end of the town- village, with garden front and terrace front and upstairs Two floor house with three bedrooms two bathrooms a sitting room kitchen and an assistant room on the found floor. from the airport to lavrio port duration half an hour and then to kea island, duration 3 quarters




Location of object

http://www.all4yachting.com/index.php?option=com_mtree&task=viewlink&link_id=10463&Itemid=0&lang=el

Town: Greece, CYCLADES, IOULIS

Ioulis
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Ioulis or Ioulida (Greek: Ιουλίς, Ιουλίδα), locally called Khora (Greek: Χώρα) like the main towns of most Greek islands and sometimes known by the island name of Kea or Keos (or earlier Zea[1]), is the capital of the island of Kea in the Cyclades.
Modern town[edit]

The Ioulida of today, while popular with both tourists and middle-class Athenians, is relatively unspoiled in that cars must be left at the entrance of the town, and \\\\\\\'life is pretty much the way it has always been.\\\\\\\'[2] As in Korissia, \\\\\\\'the architectural style is not like like the typical Cycladic. The heart of Chora is the square with the grand city hall.\\\\\\\'[3]
Ancient town[edit|edit source]

The ancient city (also called Iulis) was celebrated as the birthplace of Simonides, Bacchylides, Prodicus, Erasistratus, and Aristo; it was said to have been built by \\\\\\\'Eupylos the son of Chryso the demi-goddess.\\\\\\\'[4] It led a revolt against Athens in 364/3 BC;[5] an Athenian decree has been preserved imposing a fine and punishing rebels, of which \\\\\\\'ll. 27-42 contain \\\\\\\'the most formidably complex sentence so far to be found in classical Athenian decrees\\\\\\\' (KJ Dover, TPS 1981, 1-14 at 8-11).\\\\\\\'[6] A nineteenth-century description says:
Iulis was situated on a hill about 25 stadia from the sea, in the northern part of the island, on the same site as the modern Zea, which is now the only town in the island. There are several remains of Iulis: the most important is a colossal lion, about 20 feet in length, which lies a quarter of an hour sast of the town.... The laws of Iulis were very celebrated in antiquity; and hence \\\\\\\'Cean Laws\\\\\\\' were used proverbially to indicate any excellent institutions... These laws related to the morals of the citizens and their mode of life. One of them quoted by Menander was particularly celebrated: ὀ μὴ δυνάμενος ζῆν καλῶς οὑ ζῇ κακῶς [\\\\\\\'whoever cannot live well should (at least) not live badly\\\\\\\'].[7]
Under Roman rule it enjoyed political supremacy as well has being the main population center of the island.[8] A process of nucleation reduced the number of population centers: \\\\\\\'By the 2nd century BC the poleis of Koressos and Poieessa were absorbed by their neighbours Ioulis and Karthaia, and in the Late Roman period Karthaia ceased to exist, leaving Ioulis (Chora) as the single polis of the island.\\\\\\\'[9] In the thirteenth century it seems to have been still the only town on the island.[10]
Its ruins were visited by Joseph Pitton de Tournefort in 1700 and identified by P. O. Brønsted in 1826.[11]
References[edit]

^ Charles Anthon, A Classical Dictionary (Harper [& Brothers], 1869), p. 327.
^ Matt Barrett, Ioulis: Capital of Kea, Greece.
^ Kalispera, Kea.
^ Callimachus, The Poems of Callimachus, tr. Frank J. Nisetich (Oxford University Press, 2001: ISBN 0-19-814760-0), p. 47.
^ Craig Cooper, \\\\\\\'Hypereides, Aristophon, and the Settlement of Keos\\\\\\\' in Craig Cooper (ed.), Epigraphy and the Greek Historian (University of Toronto Press, 2008: ISBN 0-8020-9069-9), p. 33.
^ P. J. Rhodes and Robin Osborne, Greek Historical Inscriptions, 404-323 BC (Oxford University Press, 2007: ISBN 0-19-921649-5), p. 203.
^ William Smith, Dictionary of Greek and Roman Geography: Abacaenum-Hytanis (Little, Brown and Co., 1856), p. 587.
^ Lina Mendoni and Harikleia Papageorgiadou, \\\\\\\'A Surface Survey of Roman Kea,\\\\\\\' in Susan Walker and Averil Cameron (eds), The Greek Renaissance in the Roman Empire: Papers from the Tenth British Museum Classical Colloquium (University of London, Institute of Classical Studies, 1989), p. 172.
^ Helle Damgaard Andersen, Urbanization in the Mediterranean in the Ninth to Sixth Centuries BC (Museum Tusculanum Press, 1997: ISBN 87-7289-412-1), p. 32.
^ Charles Frazee and Kathleen Frazee, The Island Princes of Greece: The Dukes of the Archipelago (A.M. Hakkert, 1988), p. 59.
^ Nancy Thomson De Grummond, An Encyclopedia of the History of Classical Archaeology (Greenwood Press, 1996), p. 634.

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Link to our website

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Arrival and distances

Arrival day: negotiable
Distance to next shop: 0.3 Km

Sport facilities nearby

Climbing, Cycling, Fishing, Hiking, Mountainbiking, Sailing, Surfing,

Theme of holidays

  • Beach holiday
  • Family holidays
  • Hiking holidays
  • Relaxing holidays
  • Romantic holidays
  • Sport holidays

Total sleeping facilities and distribution

Total number of sleeping facilities: 4
  • thereof 1 Single room(s)
  • thereof 2 Double room(s)
  • thereof 1 Other sleeping rooms

Bathrooms

No. of bathrooms: 4
  • thereof Bathrooms with shower: 2
  • thereof Bathrooms with tub: 1
  • thereof Bathrooms with shower and tub: 1
  • 2 seperate WC(s)

External facilities of object

  • Garden
  • Terrace

Internal facilities of object

    Machines and equipment

    • Radio

    Kitchen facilities

    • Fridge
    • Oven

    Services

    • Guide

    Other

    • Handicapped: not suitable
    • Seniors: suitable
    • Children: welcome
    • Pets: not allowed

    Catering

    Catering: Self catered (extra)

    Contact data

    Contact person understands the following languages:
    • English
    • French
    • Greek

    Email:Please click here, to contact the owner by email!
    Telefon:
    Fax:
    Mobile: 6951908016



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    Holiday House in IOULIS (Attiki) or holiday homes and vacation rentals


    Holiday House in IOULIS (Attiki) or holiday homes and vacation rentals


    Holiday House in IOULIS (Attiki) or holiday homes and vacation rentals


    Holiday House in IOULIS (Attiki) or holiday homes and vacation rentals


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