We stayed at Roula's Pension hidden amongst beautiful pine trees. There is a little car park behind the studios where you can leave your car and then walk up a small path to the studio.
Roula and her family made us very welcome and we realised the Pension was in the perfect location for us
- close to the beach that can be reached via stairs when going through the little forest
- in a quiet, hidden and cool position where one can hear the sea
- in walking distance to a few good tavernas and one bar.
Should you not be able to get a room at Roula's Pension, there are 2 pensions right next door:
Pension Anna and Venetia.
Stayed here in June 2007, just before the 'busy' July-August months.
Nice 10 room hotel, located about 400 feet from the beach and hotsprings.
Hotel Manager Eleni, speaks fluent English.
Room had Refridgerator, TV, Air Conditioning.
Beach area is quite busy and loud, so our stay at the hotel was relaxing, being a short walk away from the crowds.
Inexpensive and clean; very inviting.
Not far from the Beach and Hot Mineral Baths ($4.50 Euro/20 minutes).
Away from the loud beach area (crowds start coming end of June until beginning Sept).
Excellent bargin price for room (I think the price is a bit higher during peak season in August)
I was in Ikaria for 14 days and the only touch with the owners (a nice Greek family) was the first day, when they gave me the key and showed me the room. All the other things were up to me.
No noise, great balkony with wonderfull wiew of the city (village), no disturbing neighbours (as I was the only guest there for some time - I told you that there is no many tourists in Ikaria), perfect romm to have a good sleep (there was no that killing heat in the night and I slept well without using any ventilators or climatisation).
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