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Montofoli Estate

Karystos 34001, Greece
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Reviewed 29 May 2017

The grounds are quite interesting. There are terraces of vines and a staircase built with the remains of ancient buildings. There is a panoramic view to the sea. The winery has a tasting room where you are treated to an extremely nice combination of wines...More

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Montofoli Estate is an archaeological site in the bay of Karystos in South Evia, the second largest island in Greece. The buildings are from different historic times and have been carefully restored and decorated.The DOVECOT is a 137sqm building and is built on the ruins of a Roman Bath. Traces of its history are still evident in both exterior and interior architecture and decoration. It has 2 bedrooms and a living room with a double sofabed. The RED HOUSE is a 160sqm Neo-Classical building with 3 bedrooms and two large outdoor living areas.The POOL area is situated at a lower terrace with citrus trees overlooking the vineyard and sea. It makes a perfect spot for midday ouzos and evening drinks while enjoying the beautiful sunset. The pool is shared between the two houses and is equipped with an automatic safety cover for children. Enjoy tours of the vineyard and taste the wines produced at the Estate in its wine cellar, the former Byzantine Church of St. Marcus, dated 400BC.
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