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Santorini Island
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Regions Karterados VILLA ROSA

VILLA ROSA  
Hits: 5724
Cell Phone: :  +30.6977336851
Town:   Santorini
Postal Code:  84700
County:   Greece
Region:  Karterados
Phone:  +30.2286022372 - Fax:  +30.2286022372

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Description:
VILLA ROSA is a small quest house run by an English lady who will pink you up on your arrival form airport or port. It is situated in the traditional village Karterados which is a 15 min walk from the main city Fira the village provides moto bike rental, car rental, bus service to all the parts of the island.
Services:
Air Conditioned Kitchen Bus Refrigerator TV

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FACILITIES GENERAL INFORMATION
Air Conditioned Air Conditioned Air-Condition available in every room and apartment.
Kitchen Kitchen Kitchen available in every room or apartment
Bus Bus Bus available for transfer from and to port/airport

Refrigerator Refrigerator Refrigerator available in every room or apartment
TV TV TV available in every room and apartment

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    During the 7th Thessaloniki International Wine Competition (5-7 March 2007) in the framework of DETROP-OINOS exhibition, Santorini Wines received 13 awards.

     

    Among 683 samples from Greece, Spain, Italy, Portugal, Cyprus, France, Austria, Brasil, Mexico, and Canada wine experts have given:

    Grand Gold Award to
    Vinsanto 4 years aged,1999 vintage by Santowines

     

  • Magazine "Archaeometry", www.nature.com and BioEd Online articles are reporting that the roof paintings of a 2-level building in prehistoric Akrotiri site, have an extreem interest about the mathematical knowledge during the Bronze Age.

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