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Scattered with UNESCO-protected ruins, the beach-fringed Peloponnese has been at the heart of Greek culture for millennia. Amanzoe rests on its east coast on a hilltop, amid olive groves, vineyards and cypress trees, and is ideally placed for exploring the wealth of ancient archaeological sites nearby.

On your doorstep, there are some magnificent places of antiquity: Epidaurus with its iconic amphitheatre, the Sanctuary of Asklepios (the most renowned healing centre of the ancient world), the citadel of Mycenae, the ancient capital of Nafplion, and the Temple of Hera – as well as the pretty islands of Spetses and Hydra within easy reach.

These aren’t mere rooms. Here, every guest gets their own free-standing private pavilion, styled with pale walls and natural stone features. Choose between views of the olive groves or over the sea and, if travelling as a family or large group, opt for one of the villas ranging from four to six bedrooms and a team of staff (including a dedicated chef and a host) that will ensure your every need is attended to.

Amanzoe has two full-sized swimming pools (one for children), but it’s the main pool that you’ll want to lounge around: infinity-edged, it’s impossible not to get lost in the exquisite countryside views. But each pavilion also comes equipped with its own private pool, if you’re after something more secluded. A short drive away, there is also the private Beach Club where you can find two more pools and a sheltered bay to swim in.

The restaurants here are excellent thanks to executive chef Dimitris Boutsalis. Previously working in the famously boundary-pushing restaurant Noma, he brings his skills back to his native soil where he serves delicious meals with a local twist, using regionally sourced produce. Experience the traditional flavours of Greek cuisine at the Beach Club, or savour delicious sushi and washoku Japanese dishes at Nama (Aman’s signature restaurant worldwide).

Immerse yourself in your surroundings with the many activities on offer at Amanzoe. Sample the region’s famous citrus fruits, sweet olives and diverse seafood on a culinary discovery, or learn about Greek wine with a tasting session. For an ocean-based adventure, charter one of Amanzoe’s high-speed watercrafts for a tour of the uninhabited isles and secluded coves off the coast of the Peloponnese peninsula.

Images courtesy of Amanzoe


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