Το Clio's Beach House

  The guesthouse is located 3 m.from the sea at the end of the village, it is only a few steps away from all the beaches, cafes, restaurants, bakeries, the market and the bars, the bank, the health center.

Korthi is a very cozy village for your holidays and is centrally located to visit and explore many places around the island.

It is located in the southeast of Andros. 

Andros is the first closest island from the port of Rafina which is about 30 minutes by bus from the Eleftherios Venizelos Airport.

The trip to Andros (from the port of Rafina to the port of Gavrio) takes 2 hours and from there The Ormos korthi is 40km. About 45 minutes. 

Andros is very close to other islands of the Cyclades, such as Mykonos, Tinos for day trips, Syros, Paros, Naxos ... etc. by boat. 

The house has 2 bedrooms (with double bed), 1 living room (with sofa bed that can sleep a person), 1 bathroom and fully equipped kitchen.

From the house you can easily and quickly visit the nearby beaches such as, the beach of Gria to Pidima, bouro beach, Agia Ekaterini, Vinci, Kantouni etc.

A speedboat for 8 people with a captain and fully equipped is also available for guided tour, photography, fishing and visiting other beaches such as Kremides, Achla, Sineti, Panormo, Tinos etc. Upon request & . All this if the weather allows it .
It is a 3 minute walk from the village and gives you quiet and private life. 

There is parking for your car.

Mrs. Clio  is at your disposal to accompany you to Korthi upon your arrival and offer you any assistance during your stay. 

Andros is an island with ancient history. You can explore many museums of ancient art and contemporary art, monasteries dating back to the 9th century, waterfalls and springs with healing waters, watermills dating back to the 19th century, ancient caves, man-made paths that attract hikers from all over the world.

For lovers of gastronomic dishes, Andros has its own delicacies to offer.

Local wines, raki, cheeses, sausages, honey, capers, mountain tea, oregano, fennel, laurel, etc. And of course organic jams.