Agios Giorgios is a very tiny village, with no shops, coffee places, supermarkets or pharmacy. There is one taverna that is open all year around from 9 in the morning till midnight.
We are 15 minutes car ride from Methana town, where there you can get all the necessities, there are restaurants, bars & shops.
We are NOT tour guides, nor drivers, nor qualified chefs, and our travel blogging, travel writing, cooking workshops are NOT sightseeing tours, nor we are running a restaurant, or a store.
All of our activities offered will be invoiced as creative workshops / lectures.
Car rental at Athens Airport is available - the journey to us takes about 3 hours, towards Corinth city through the highway, then through a beautiful beach and mountains road by Epidauros, turning towards Galatas town, finally through Methana town up until Agios Georgios village. We recommend the use of navigation system.
Methana can be also reached by bus and boat from Athens, by driving your car here, or by taxi. The bus arrives to Galatas town, and runs for about 3.5 hours.
The direct ferry boat to Methana is here in about 2.5 hours, and there’s a speed boat called “Flying Dolphin” that is here in under an hour, or "Flying Cat" arriving to Poros island, where you can take a taxi boat ride to the nearby town of Galatas. Boat time tables change often, so there is no fixed times of departures and arrivals, information can be found on . The price tickety vary between 12 & 22 € / person.
From Methana town we are happy to pick you up with our car and take you to your accommodation free of charge, and from Poros / Galatas we offer affordable transfer to Methana – you’ll only contribute to the price of our gasoline.
We also offer pick-ups, and we have a trusted taxi driver, Panos, who can take you from Athens International Airport straight to our doorstep. The direct drive cost for 200 € Athens-Methana,360 € if booked both ways, Athens-Methana and Methana-Athens.
If you wish for us to take you to a Little Walk in Big Athens of 3 hours, showing you the most famous neighbourhoods, Plaka and Monastiraki, searching for treasures at the flea market, and climbing the mount Acropolis on the day you arrive / leave, surprising you with a welcome or good bye meal.
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