Amanzoe, bespoke splendour at the Argolida Peninsula
If you fly southwest from the renowned capital of Greece, Athens, you will soon come to the Argolida Peninsula, a spur of Greek land jutting into the Saronic Gulf from the eastern side of the larger Pelopennese landscape. On the far side of this large promontory, isolated and sun-baked, you will find Amanzoe, by the beaches of the Argolic Gulf, along the Aegean Sea. Any traveller with a sense of adventure will enjoy the location of this wonderful luxury hotel and spa, and the resort will be glad to offer you the best in bespoken programmes. The land of Greece is rich in history, and the hotel can provide lavish comfort to all of its guests, including those who wish to simply enjoy the Mediterranean sunshine in peace.
The Amanzoe resort features dozens of Suites and Villas at its hilltop acropolis location, about a mile from the bustling resort town of Porto Heli, or guests may prefer the smaller Cabanas at the Beach Club, just a mile or so downhill to the west, directly on the blue waters of the Aegean. Transport to and from the Beach Club is provided by the hotel, and bespoke travellers will be glad to know that Amanzoe is able to serve a wide array of interests in bespoke travel arrangements.
The Beauty of The Aegean Waters
Olives grow in endless orchards in the province of Erminida, which covers the entire peninsula. The land is rocky and sunny, and full of villages and ruins, from any of several civilizations. Amanzoe can easily arrange a bespoke journey throughout the region and beyond. If a guest would prefer to simply remain poolside and enjoy a few luxurious spa treatments, the staff can gladly help with that agenda as well. Any water sport that you can imagine will be available at the Beach Club, and the spa facilities include a yoga pavilion and watsu pool, which combines massage with heated water.
An Odyssey Back in Time
Any traveller who feels drawn to the ancient world will be in heaven when he arrives at Amanzoe. The resort will create a bespoke tour that can take the adventurous to the famous Mycenaen ruins about twenty-five miles to the northwest, at Tiryns and Mycenae. These were the fortresses of the Mycenaens who are thought to have been the warriors that burned down the thriving city that we know as Troy, so long ago. Also close at hand are ancient amphitheatres, and the chapels constructed by the Byzantines at Ermioni.
The Simplicity of Greek Luxury
For those who prefer bespoke tours of shorter duration, the Amanzoe hotel can provide a trip to the nearby island of island of Spetses, where cars are forbidden and village life includes horse-drawn carriages. After a long day of exploration and water games, the resort offers a beautiful modern amphitheatre on the ancient model, where performances of theatre and jazz music can be taken in by happy guests. That will provide guests with a perfect ending to a luxurious day of adventure.