Kryoneri beach Tourist Guide - Businesses

Glyka Apartments

Glyka hotel-apartments-rooms are in Kryoneri near Messolonghi and Nafpaktos. They are certified and authorised by the Greek Ministry of Tourism and they are classified as "3 keys" apartments. Their history begins back in 1990 when the first tourists booked rooms to spend the summer. The entire facility distances only 40 meters from the sea, which can also be viewed by the apartment’s balconies. Glyka hotel-apartments-rooms are settled under the Varasova mountain in Krioneri. The hotel-apartments-rooms are surrounded by a big garden with tables and chairs and a Greek traditional barbeque.
Each apartment consists of:

Fully equipped with all cooking utensils

Fitted bedroom

Ensuite bathroom



Satellite T.V.


All apartments are air conditioned and centrally heated.

Bed linen and towels are provided and changed 3 times a week.

Apartments are cleaned on a daily basis.

Also the following services are offered:

    Fax machine (upon request)
    Breakfast, coffee and drinks (upon request)
    Free Parking
Glyka Apartments are open all year round with immediate service 24hr a day.
Cleanliness, good service and your satisfaction is our motive.  

Restaurant-tavern MIMOSA'''' from 1988 until today has managed to establish itself as one of the best restaurants in Kryoneri Ait / nias. With old and new ideas, with tradition and imagination in the kitchen, has won the appreciation of customers for over 23 years, and why it has managed to combine good food excellent serve, friendly demeanor and unique views , the sea and the Gulf of Patras.
Driven by quality, proper cooking, a clean environment and good prices have gained very good reputation and has been steadily rising.
The warm harmony of colors, stone and wood, the large fireplace that overlooks the sea and the sunset promise relaxation both on cold winter nights and hot summer evenings.
Restaurant-tavern MIMOSA' works mainly in winter Friday Saturday Sunday and all public holidays and presents special move during the summer period.

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