Santorini, Aghia Paraskevi
Anna Traditional Apartments|
I am German and I am travelling around Greece since 1988 , optionally with family, friends and children and sometimes alone. I have tried several accomodations at Santorini yet in this almost 20 years and most of them have been lovely. But Anna Traditional Apartments in my eyes is one of the most overwhelming places at Santorini. You find the Apartments a little bit remoted at the village of Vothonas - Aghia Paraskevi, but still near enough to get the full breath of live, fun and joy of the nearby situated village of Kamari.
The Apartments are fully furnished in a lovely and very caring manner. They are large and comfortable with terrace or roof terrace. Each apartment has it's own special touch and character. It's more than clean and you will not miss anything. There is always hot water and electricity. Around the Apartments there is a nice garden and 80 m far you will find the sea. But there is also the lovely swimmingpool you can enjoy. If you have kids, no problem. They have space as much as they want and you can let them run around and play everywhere. Nobody will be angry and there are no threatening dangers to them. You can watch the sunrise in front of your door as well as the full moonrise 3 days a month. It's romantic and peaceful.
If nevertheless there should arise problems, you might have a special wish or something else, the owners - Anna and Ilias, a friendly and very kind couple in the 40ies - will always be at your demand and ready to support you. Also son in law George is always ready to step into the breach for his parents in law if it is needed. Beyond that Anna will carry you to almost any place on the island with the Anna-Shuttle-Service for free. Just ask for it. They all together fetch you the stars from the skies to make you feel comfortable and at home.
Anna Apartments stands out from the crowd. Try to find it out yourselves like I did. If you spend your holidays at Annas' you play it safe. Definitely you will find,live, feel and breath the famous greek hostility and friendship.