Villa Vithania, a villa with a long history. “There is something special about staying in a heritage listed building.”
The villa is a beautifully built stone structure, dating from the 1930ies, which stands in private land of 5,000 square metres.
It shares the same architectural style as the two neighbouring villas, all three of which have played an integral part in the history of Aegina. The Villa has been heritage listed.
The first that was built is the middle one, by the architect Troumpe by order of Nikos Peroglou, the man who first brought the wonderful pistachio tree to Aegina. He also starred in the movie “Holidays in Aegina”. The building has been evaluated as listed by the Ministry of Culture.
After several changes in its ownership and its functions, Villa Vithania has now been fully renovated, the work having been completed in 2013. Every care has been taken to respect its history and the style of the period it represents. At the same time, all the modern facilities have been added to the villa, to provide full comfort to its guests.
It is now available to host visitors from all over the world. The calm atmosphere and the location of the villa, make it an ideal holiday home for families, and friends.