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Total rating of Pitrofos

3.5 out of 5 (2 Customer reviews)
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  • 4.0 out of 5
    An atraveo-customer wrote
    on 06/10/2016, travel period: September 2016

    “Pitrofos itself is rather small. The nearest seaside resort with beautiful promenade and nice restaurants and bars is Mpatsi, which is easily accessible by car. There are a total of Andros great beaches and an exciting landscape in which it is also good hiking. A car is m. E. but a must.”

    This review has been given for property no. 916275 The review of the location has been automatically translated from German. Back to the original language

  • 3.0 out of 5
    An atraveo-customer wrote
    on 06/06/2016, travel period: May 2016

    “Little cute village. Olive Museum present Foros Caves, nice taverns -> Cheesepie is recommended (also cold very drinkable).”

    This review has been given for property no. 912095 The review of the location has been automatically translated from German. Back to the original language


This is how holiday rental owners described Pitrofos

Andros island, the second-largest of the Cyclades, is a walker's paradise. Its wild mountains are cleaved by fecund valleys with trilling streams and ancient stone mills. On this lush island, springs tend to be a feature of each village and waterfalls cascade down hillsides most of the year. It's worth ...
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renting a car to get out to the footpaths, many of them stepped and cobbled, that will lead you through these majestic landscapes and among its copious wildflowers and fascinating archaeological remnants. The handsome main town of Hora, also known as Andros, is a ship owners' enclave packed with neoclassical mansions.
The capital of the island, Hóra (which means “main village”) is home to famous Greek captains and ship owners, and there is a remarkable combination of medieval, neoclassical and island style evident in its houses. Flights of stairs, a spacious square with trees, narrow streets, remarkable churches and museums, shops, cafes and restaurants play their part in the beauty of the place. To top that beauty off, there is a Frankish castle on an islet connected to the main island with an arched stone bridge of the 13th century.
Enjoy the flora of the main island: chestnut, walnut, sycamore, oak, weeping willows, poplar, mulberry, osier and olive trees, fields of thyme, crocus and sage, and, in between, paved paths connect them to the beautiful village of Messariá and the village of Faneroméni within a castle that is ten centuries old and perched at an elevation of 600 m. Don’t forget to pay a visit at the monasteries of Zoodóchos Piyí in Batsí and of Panayia Tomarhiani in Korthi.
Paleópolis lies at 16 km west of Hóra, and used to be the ancient capital town of Ándros, having prospered from the classical to the late roman times. The prehistoric settlement of Pláka, the settlement of Zagora dating to the Geometric period, and the fortified settlement of the Neolithic times (4,500-3,300 BC) with rock paintings of animals, ships and linear designs have all been unearthed in the wider area.
Ándros is definitely worth a visit and can be seen solely as a cultural tourism destination, thanks to its museums. The globally acknowledged Museum of Modern Art, managed by the Vassilis and Eliza Goulandris Foundation, houses unique collections of paintings and sculptures, whereas the archaeological museums in Hóra and Paleópolis represent the ancient history of the island with their exhibits. The Cyclades Olive Museum is a fine example of a small pre-industrial, animal powered, olive oil producing unit that is definitely a must-see site

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  • Property no. 1730693

    Pitrofos, Cyclades (Andros)

    Room for max. 2 persons

    Approx. 250 m², 1 bedroom, 2 bathrooms, pets not allowed, cable TV, Wifi, dishwasher, , ,
  • Property no. 1730694

    Pitrofos, Cyclades (Andros)

    Room for max. 2 persons

    Approx. 250 m², 1 bedroom, 2 bathrooms, pets not allowed, cable TV, Wifi, dishwasher, , ,
  • Property no. 1730695

    Pitrofos, Cyclades (Andros)

    Room for max. 2 persons

    Approx. 250 m², 1 bedroom, 2 bathrooms, pets not allowed, cable TV, Wifi, dishwasher, , ,
  • Property no. 1730696

    Pitrofos, Cyclades (Andros)

    Room for max. 2 persons

    Approx. 250 m², 1 bedroom, 2 bathrooms, pets not allowed, cable TV, Wifi, dishwasher, , ,
  • Property no. 1730697

    Pitrofos, Cyclades (Andros)

    Room for max. 2 persons

    Approx. 250 m², 1 bedroom, 2 bathrooms, pets not allowed, cable TV, Wifi, dishwasher, , ,
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