Andros Town Sightseeing Tour
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Vacation Style Holiday Type
Activity Level Fairly Easy
Group Size Large Group
A FANTASTIC WAY OUT TO THE HEART OF ANDROS.
A magnificent full-day tour, starting from Batsi Town and passing through the traditional villages of Katakoilos, the mountainous and verdant Arni, Vourkoti. Our first stop is Apikia, the famous seamen’s village, where Sariza spring is located. The bus tour continues through the settlements of Ipsilou and Strabourgies to reach the most well known refreshing stop of the island- Menites Springs!
Next stop is the capital, Andros town. The heart of the town is a charm! Since cars are not allowed, follow your guide to the picturesque old city of Andros, Hora, that maintains its original medieval road layout, while the architecture is an excellent example of a combination of Byzantine, Venetian and neoclassical styles.
Enough free time to visit the Museums and lunch.
On our way back to Batsi, our tour continues with a visit to the Olive Oil Museum, a little treasure on the island of Andros! On route again and we pass by the settlement of Palaiopolis, the 1st capital of Andros.
The Andros Town Full-Day Sightseeing Tour gives you the opportunity to get the most of your visit in Andros and familiarize yourself with the area. The driver-guide will help you make unique and priceless memories to bring back home!
- A unique island tour
- English, French, Italian-speaking driver-tour leader
- Transportation with air-conditioned mini van
- Free Map and Bottle of water
- Gratuities (optional)
Gavrio at 09.15
- This tour is not suitable for people with walking difficulties. You have to be able to walk approximately 1/2 hour, at a slow pace, on uneven surfaces and steps
- Children can book when accompanied by an adult
- Short walk to Pythara waterfalls walking time around 20 minutes (optional)
- Arni Village
- Vourkoti Village
- Ag. Eirini Monastery
- Apoikia Village – Sariza Spring *
- Pythara waterfalls
- Menites Springs
- The Capital City : Chora
- Pitrofos Village Visit the Olive Oil Museum