Below M.A.C. presents for your reservations a short select choice of recommended hotels in the islands:
Hydra & Spetses.
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M.A.C. will also arrange reservations for hotels & all types of accommodation in other Aegean Islands such as:
1. Northeastern Aegean Islands (Lesvos, Samos, Ikaria, Chios),
2. Northern Sporades & Euboea (Skiathos, Skopelos, Evia),
4. Cyclades (Mykonos, Santorini, Naxos, Paros, Tinos, Syros, Ios, Amorgos)
5. Saronic Islands (Hydra and Spetses),
6. Dodecanese (Rhodes,Patmos, Astypalea, Kos),
7. Crete.

Hydra island

Hydra is one of the Saronic Islands of Greece, located in the Aegean Sea between the Saronic Gulf and the Argolic Gulf.
It is separated from the Peloponnese by narrow strip of water. In ancient times, the island was known as Hydrea ,
which was a reference to the springs on the island. There are frequent boats between Piraeus and Hydra. You can opt for either a slow car ferry (around 3 hours) or a fast catamaran (1.5 hours)
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The town of Hydra is built amphitheatrically to the middle of the north coast of the island, inside a close cove, which is being surrounded by huge rocks. The first time visitor stays astonished by the imposing Manors that are located to the harbour of the island.
Left and right to the entrance lie the bastion with cannons that used to protect the city from attacks.
Today the port of Hydra is full of boats that anchor here.
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There is no transportation in Hydra, except from donkeys that will accompany you to your excursions and anywhere you would like to go.
You can visit the Manors and the Museums, walk through the picturesque paths and swim in beautiful beaches such as Hydronetta, Avlaki, Kamini and Spilia, while you are in Hydra. In order to go to other beaches you must go by sea transportation only. Hydra has got a lot of beaches with rocks or sand and pebbles.
You have got access to them on foot, with donkeys or sea transportation means. Common characteristic of these beaches are the crystal clear blue waters.

Hydra Hotels & Properties  

Bratsera Traditional Settlement  ****  Cat. A' 23 Rooms Built 1860 
Location & description: Former 1860's sponge factory with Hydriot decor, next to harbour. Large garden with oleander and jacaranda, bougainvillea, wild herbs and cypress.
Facilities: Air conditioned throughout, huge reception area, central heating, restaurant, bar with piano music, snack bar, swimming pool, pool bar, TV room with fire place, safety boxes, convention facilities. 
All Rooms: Individual in design with A/C, TV, direct dial phone, mini bar,
built in beds with a canopy. 
Remarks: The Hotel architect was awarded the 1996 Europa Nostra, for his specific restoration work the Bratsera.contact us now 
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Hotel Miranda  ****  Cat. A' 14 Rooms Built 1810 Restored 1990 
Location & description: Former captain's mansion of Hydriot architecture. 
Facilities: Art gallery, breakfast in the attractive garden 
All Rooms: Ceiling painted by Venetian and Florentine artists. A/C, direct dial phone, mini bar, TV. 
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Hotel Mistral ***  Cat. B'  19 Rooms
Location & description: A stone mansion at the port.
Facilities: Central heating, bar, snack bar, TV lounge, room service,safety boxes, breakfast in thepicturesque paved & flagged courtyard.
All Rooms: Private facilities, telephone, music, some with A/C and TV. contact us now
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Spetses island

Spetses is an island of Greece, sometimes included as one of the Saronic Islands.The town of Spetses is the only large settlement on the island, and was one of only two provinces in Greece with fewer than five settlements and two municipalities. The other settlements on the island are Moní Agíon Pánton , Ligonéri , Ágioi Anárgyroi , Kouzoúnos . Also part of the Municipality of Spetses are the islands of Spetsopoula and Velopoula (uninhabited).
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Ferries and high-speed hydrofoils arrive regularly from Piraeus. The port is also known as Dapia. Trails encircle the island and total about 25 to 30 km; beaches include Agios Mamas, in the center of town, Agioi Anargiroi and Agia Paraskevi at the back of the island, Zogeria, and two beaches close to the town, College beach and Agia Marina, both offering watersports.
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Get in
By boat
The preferred method of travel from Athens to Spetses is by sea from the port of Piraeus.
In high season several passenger-only hydrofoils and catamarans of Hellenic Seaways depart the port of Piraeus daily,
calling at the the islands of Poros, Hydra and Spetses, as well as the mainland ports of Ermioni and Porto Heli on the Peloponnese.

Spetses Hotels & Properties

ZOE'S CLUB  ****  Cat., A' Renovated 1996 22 Apartments Built 1994
Location & description: Neo classical architecture, about 200 metersfrom Spetses center, 100 meters from Agia Mamas beach.
Facilities: Restaurant, cafeteria, gardens, swimming pool, pool bar,buffet breakfast, room service, laundry service, play area for children, conference hall,transfer.
All Rooms: Different style furniture with A/C, direct dial phone,kitchen, satellite TV, safe, hairdryer,balcony with nice views, some with fireplace
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M.A.C. will also arrange reservations for hotels & all types of accommodation in the islands:
Spetses, Egina, Chios, Kos, Limnos, Skiathos, Skopelos, Skyros, Evia, Kythira, and many more.

click here for the CycladesIslands: Santorini, Naxos, Paros, Tinos, Syros, Ios, Amorgos
or other Aegean Sea islands: the large well reputed islandsof Crete or Rhodes
reservations by,
MYKONOS ACCOMMODATION CENTER
Enoplon Dynameon 10 (upper floor)
end of Matoyianni (the main street)- Mykonos
Postal Address: P.O. Box 58 - 84600 Mykonos-Greece
Tel: +30-22890-23160 or 23408, , or 28160 & Fax: 22890-24137
 summer working hours: all day from 09h00 22h00 / 9 am- 10 pm
winter working hours similar only closed on Sunday !
e-mail address: info@mykonos-accommodation.com

Last updated December 9th. 2013