Our house is perfect for families and consists of a ground floor, balconies, a veranda, 1st floor and a big quiet yard.
Our house is placed in a relatively big village called Prosotsani. It consists of one ground floor with 1 bedroom, the living room, a kitchen and a bathroom. The floor of all these spaces is made out of local marble. The 1st floor is an 60 square meter, bright, loft-like room with an extra room on one side. It's surrounded by very nice and bright balconies with an amazing view to the mountains. There is a veranda that connects the ground floor with the backyard and allows you to enjoy the view of an olive-tree, a lotus-tree as well as apricot and peach trees. Those trees give a very nice and comfortable shade on the backyard.
Our guests have access to the whole house and garden.
Other things to note
Prosotsani lies on one of the biggest plains in northern Greece which is surrounded by many mountains. The flat roads and streets are ideal for cycling and walking. The area is well-known for its tobacco plants, however, today, corn, cotton and grain are mostly cultivated. The mountains an the hills are ideal for hiking. The highest mountain is called "Falakro" (The bald) and is 2.323 meters high. In a distance of about 15 km, you can find the headwaters of river Aggitis and the extraordinary and amazing cave of Maaras. More sights are:
- Amphipolis with its archeological museum and its big lion-statue (50km)
-Archeological sites of Philippos the 2nd , father of Alexander the Great (50 km)
-The cities of Kavala (58km) and Drama (15km)
-Alistrati cave (24 km)
The borders to Bulgaria are 40km away.
In the summer there are summer-fests in many of the villages. In August, on a full-moon night a beautiful fest with music and theater takes place in the archeological sites of Dionysus, the god of grapes-wine and theater (in Kallithea, 6km away from Prosotsani). Also there is an amazing River party, 3km outside of Prosotsani, that usually takes place around the 15th of august on the riverside of Aggitis and has hosted famous musicians from Greece.