We would recommend this to anyone in search of accommodation close to the beach. The property is fenced off and has lots of space for activities like badminton etc. Sunbeds readily available for the ones who preferred to lay reading under a tree. The room itself was clean and well kept with all expected amenities, although maybe a bit small to accommodate a family of five where the height of some members are fast approaching 2 meters...
The landlady, Sofia, made us feel very welcome during our stay and gave us several good tips on trips and nearby restaurants.
The Psatha beach seems to be a popular weekend retreat among Atheneans so it could get quite busy on Saturday and Sunday, but the rest of the week was all peace and quiet. It is quite remarkable to find such a quiet spot within just one hour drive from Athens.
Having a car is recommend as the best restaurant in the area is a 15 min. drive away in Kato Alepochori. The local ones in Psatha were average at best. Also, taking a trip to the inland village of Villa is highly recommended as it has lots of restaurants along its cozy pedestrian street.
Further pros: Mini market just around the corner covers the daily need for groceries and fresh bread.
Any cons? Well, the underwater sealife was surprisingly dull, even for Greece, so snorkling was a bit boring.More