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    paradise on earth

In the old olive grove of grandfather George Vergopoulos, at a breathtaking location at the end of Papa-Nero beach and close to the picturesque Damouchari, the grandchild and his wife build a complex of cottages next to the rill and in the forest, hearing the birds and break of the sea waves. A unique combination of sea and mountain, a perfcet place for vacation and relaxation. The guests walking 50 meters through the olive trees of the property can reach the magnificent beach of Papa Nero where they can find umbrellas and sunbeds of 'Vergopoulos Oliveyard'.    

The hosts, an agronomist and a horticulturist, respecting the surrounding nature build five cottages including:

  • a two story building including two bedrooms with private bathrooms at the top story, having a breathtaking view of the blue Aegean Pelagos in between the old plane trees, and the ground floor having a fireplace, a refrigerator/no cooking and two livingrooms (accommodating 4 persons),
  • lofted cottages with a living room, fireplace, bedroom, bathroom, refrigerator/no cooking, and the loft (accommodating 4 persons),
  • cottages with a living room, fireplace (in two of them), bedroom, bathroom, refrigerator/no cooking (accommodating 2-4 persons)
  • studios with 2 single beds, bathroom and refrigerator/no cooking (accommodating 2 persons)

Pelion Vergopoulos OliveyardThe Family of Demosthenis Vergopoulos descent from the village of Mouresi, Pelion. The family was based for many years in Alexandria, Egypt, involved with cotton trade and cotton cultivation. Later on the family members migrated around the world in Europe and the U.S.A. George Vergopoulos, the eldest son, had a unique relationship with his birthplace which he kept by visiting it yearly, even during his late 80s.

At the family’s house, which he used to visit every summer, he felt rejuvenated. He handed down his love for his birthplace and nature to his grandchild, leading him to study agriculture and creating these cottages at the grandfather’s old and priceless olive grove that reaches the sea. The cottages retain the traditional Pelion external architecture, while the interior was decorated using the French country style. The beds and all the linen are Coccomat products.