Pension Irene I
Guesthouse | Naxos town, Christos area, Mesis Street, Naxos Island, Greece 84300
38 out of 38 customers would recommend this property
Recent review (16/07/2014)
Amit Sharma thinks…
"I stayed in this villa with my fiancé. We had been given complimentary transfer to and from the port. For the money we paid to stay in this villa is a bargain. We can't say more about how brilliant…"Read all Pension Irene I reviews
- Air Conditioning
- Credit cards accepted
- Car Parking
- Self-catering Facilities
- Internet / Wi-Fi
- 24 hour reception
- 24 hour hot showers
- Washing machines
- Luggage Room
Customers can cancel their reservation free of charge up to 2 days before arrival (local time). Payments made to HostelBookers are non-refundable.
Earliest check-in: 9:00
Latest Check-out: 23:30
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About Pension Irene I
There are Doubles, Triples, Studios and Apartments for 4-5 People.
OPEN ALL YEAR LONG
All rooms are self catering and they have:
Private bath, shower
Balcony / Veranda
All our rooms have balconies or verandas, hot showers, 24 hour a/c, kitchenette
check in 24 h., hair dryer, laundry service and bike-car rentals.
50 meters from bus-stop
50 meters from restaurant
100 meters from super market
500 meters from the port
NAXOS, CYCLADES - GREECE
Naxos Island, the largest and most fertile island in Cyclades, is probably one of the most attractive and beautiful of the Greek Islands. It combines golden sands with the mountain beauty. Large enough to be explored, Naxos promises you unforgettable holidays.
The island's port and capital, is a typical Cycladic town with a maze of narrow streets and tiny passages. Chora is a lively town and makes a very good resort. Behind the waterfront an extensive, almost Medieval Old Quarter stretches up the hillside where Kastro (Castle) is. Walking around Kastro is a must while the views will take your breath.
The old town up on the hill is divided into two neighborhoods, Bourgos where the the Greeks lived and Kastro (Castle), residence of the Venetian-Catholic nobility. Places to visit include is the Archaeological Museum with Mycenaean pottery and Cycladic figurines, Portara (on Palatia islet) a huge portal (6 meters height, 3.5 meters width) of the unfinished Temple of Apollo (530 BC by Naxos' tyrant Ligdamis), the Venetian Kastro (Castle) where fortress walls are dated back to the 13th century. Inside the Castle there is the Capuchines Monastery, the Catholic Cathedral, the Ursulines Monastery and the Catholic Episcopal Edifice.