Welcome to Alonissos Island!

  • Alonissos
  • An abundance of leisure activities and water-sports await, set amid beautiful landscapes that provide a stunning backdrop to quaint fishing villages. Are you after thrilled-packed, sun-filled days? Or are you just looking for a taste of the traditional off the tourist trail, while enjoying some authentically local food and mingling with the locals? Find both in the amazing island of Alonissos.
  • Villas
  • Exceptional villas with a commanding position over the marina basin, yet only a 5 minutes’ walk to the village center with its market and restaurants. A place ideal for large companies or families, offering the chance to be together, but also isolate whenever one wishes to. Little nooks and corners serve as the ideal reading and relaxation spots. At the sea-view terraces or at the garden with the built BBQ, you can host large festivities, cheerful lunches or quiet dinners and drinks.
  • Facilities
  • All bedrooms open to a sea-front terrace, offering you a stunning view from the moment you wake up. They feature queen-sized or twin beds and room for a baby cot (also available). Fully equipped kitchens on Iguana’s both levels, as well as on Dolphin’s garden level. A kitchenette on Dolphin’s sky level and a built-in BBQ on its garden level. Also included: Air-conditioning, WI-FI, satellite TV, Books and DVD collection, cleaning service, Jacuzzi. Pets are welcome.

    Our Villas

    Alonissos an Island of Pure Nature

    “The Alonissos National Marine Park”

    The National Marine Park was founded by a Presidential Decree on May 1992 and protects 10 percent of the world’s endangered Monachus Monachus seal population, one of the largest seal species in the world, at a length of 2-3 meters and an average weight of 250 kg. The Mediterranean monk seal is represented on ancient Greek coins. Passages by Homer describe it basking in the sun on sandy beaches. The Alonissos municipality writes: “Today, the largest population of seals in the Mediterranean is found in Greece, spread out over the whole of the Aegean and Ionian Seas, while it is significant that the species has essentially disappeared from the industrialized Western Mediterranean. This makes it easy to appreciate the importance of the Park in protecting the seals. Because of its morphology and position, the Park is an ideal habitat, rich in food. The active participation of the region’s fishermen and the fishing Cooperative of Alonissos in the protection effort is significant, and has largely contributed to the elimination of the deliberate killing of seals in the area of the Park.”