One week before arrival please inform the property manager the exact time of your arrival at Kea.
We advise guests to ensure timely delivery of their ferry tickets, especially the weekends and peak periods.
Sub-lease is not allowed. Each villa is rented to specific persons. Other persons can be accomodated, provided that one of the registered tenants will be present.
Cleaning service and linen change provided every three (3) days for stayings more than 4 days. More frequent service is provided at an additional cost of 30€ each time upon guest request. Laundry facilities upon request.
Pets are not allowed.
Free – unlimited wifi all around the complex.
Property Manager Mrs. Sotiria Antonopoulou, tel. +30 6974 427085.
Tetrapolis will charge 50% of the booking value at the time of booking and the remaining 50% 21 days before the arrival.
All payments are in euro. Any bank charges are charged to the client.
Prices include basic services, VAT and others charges.
Before submitting the booking, the client accept all the terms and conditions regarding the reservation policy – cancellations – payments.
For any cancellation that takes place up to 21 days before the arranged arrival date, the whole deposit will be refunded and there are no cancellation fees.
For any cancellation that takes place 21 days or less prior to the arranged arrival date, there will be a cancellation penalty fee equal to 100% of the reservation.
In case of non-show or early departure 100% of the reservation will be charged.
Check-in time: 15:00
Check-out time: 11:00
KEA or Tzia, is a wonderful island, only a short distance – just 60-70 minutes – from the port of Lavrio, the closest Greek island to Athens International Airport.
From the port of Lavrio (45′ to 60′ from Athens, or 20′ from Athens international airport) we board the boat and after a short (1) hour trip across the blue waters of the Aegean Sea we reach Korissia, the modern port of Kea with its shops, restaurants, confectioneries, etc. We take the left motorway to Ioulida, the capital of the island. We encounter the capital after 15-20 minutes, perched on the hill, and continue towards Tetrapolis. After 4-5’ from Ioulida we turn right on the dirt road, after a small church (right) distinct only from its bell tower, in an area that the locals call Dafni. From the dirt road we arrive at Tetrapolis, a magnificent mountain complex consisting of 6 independent residences, arranged in a row along the private road with open spaces for pedestrians and cars. The cozy paved terraces around each house offer a fantastic view over the harbor and its surrounding settlements and residences. The pool for those … lazy people who do not want to go down to the sea is common and accessible to all houses. It has a length of 25 m, nice view and clean fresh water, refreshed and filtered according to all the hygiene and safety rules.
Lavrio, about three quarters of an hour from Athens, a town with a long tradition in Greek history. A labor area whose main feature is ancient mines with gold and silver stocks.”The golden age of Pericles – 5th BC – is due to the silver century of Lavrion, ” as the modern people say and indeed with the money that the ancient Greeks made from the mines of Lavrion, they made triremes, weapons etc. resulting in victory during in the battle of Salamis and helped them to create the ancient Greek civilization which reached its climax in the 5th BC. Century. The ancient mines were reopened recently in 1820 by the so-called French company, creating the modern labor city of Lavrion, a short distance from the ancient settlement. The mines today have “dried up” but the city has grown significantly.The Lavrion Museum and the statue dedicated to Jean Baptiste Serpieri- president of the French company – at the entrance of the city, are now the remains and testimonies of the history of Lavrion.
For the services of the LAVRIO – KEA line you can contact the agencies:
Lavrion, tel: 22920/26200, 22920/60370, 22920/60371
Kea, tel: 22880/21435, 22880/22660
Kythnos, tel: 22810/32345, 22810/32372, 22810/32104