The hotel Aiolos is located in Iraklia Cycladon which is an island part of small Eastern Cyclades cluster southwest of Naxos. It is built on top of the hill of the central village of Iraklia within about 450 meters from the most popular beaches.
It offers 12 rooms in the most tasteful and excellent construction completed in July 2007. It has 12 rooms with simple Aigeon-style decor and furnishings having the right color shades to tie you down and inspire a sense of romance and harmony to the visitor for unique and relaxing holiday.
There are 5 doubles, 3 triples, 2 quads and 2 suites which have bedroom, living room and can accommodate up to 4 people or donate a couple the feel that living in a carefull apartment.
FacilitiesRoom facilities include:
- Private terrace
- Daily cleaning
Inside the complex there is plenty of space for parking behind the buildings of the room so as not to disturb the occupants of noises that do not match the tranquil environment.
Also inside the hotel Aeolos there is a restaurant – pizzeria – cafe where anyone can enjoy the breakfast, dessert, ice cream even a romantic dinner with a beautiful sunset backdrop of the Aegean landscape.
The hotel unfortunately does not allow pets.
LocationThe island is located at 36th 5123.54 B & 25th 2657, 61 E. It has an area of approximately 18 sq km and is the largest island of the cluster of small Eastern Cyclades. It is located south of Naxos, east of Ios and west of Amorgos. Is also near Schinoussa.
There are two settlements. The Agios Georgios which is also the island’s port and Panagia that is about 4.5 miles near.
The island at the beginning was the property of the Monastery Chozoviotissa of Amorgos and started from 1826 to be inhabited by people of Amorgos.There are significant archaeological finds from the Neolithic Age to the present. Several have been found in the castle that adorns the hilltop on the meadow’s beach. Important jewel of the island is the cave of St. John. That cave has taken important designation as the best of the Cyclades by cavers, with excellent decoration of stalactites and stalagmites.