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Dear Lefteris and Dimitrios,

We are now back in cold Denmark, and we already miss Crete and the
villa.

I would just like to say thank you very much for a lovely stay at your
villa, and for the hospitality and service you showed us.

It exceeded our expectations, and we are very grateful to have booked
your villa.

I have made a review of the villa on booking so people can see how
lovely a place it is, and i will continue to recommend the place to
friends and family.

Also, thank you very much for all the gifts you’ve given us, from
Easter cake to documentaries and olive oil.

I hope you will have succes with the villa, and i hope more and more
people will visit your place in the coming time.

I will absolutely be back, with friends or family.

Again, thank you very much, and good luck in the future.

Yours,

Jeppe
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Greece is full of olive groves. The Olive Tree, "the tree that feeds the children" according to Sophocles, is the protagonist of the Greek nature and history as olive oil is the protagonist of the Greek diet. The indigenous olive tree (wild olive tree) first appeared in the eastern Mediterranean but it was in Greece that it was first cultivated. Since then, the presence of the olive tree in the Greek region has been uninterrupted and closely connected with the traditions and the culture of the Greek people. Olive oil, as it is testified by the fossilised olive trees which are 50,000-60,000 thousand years old and were found in the volcanic rocks of Santorini, has always been a distinctive element of the country. Its systematic cultivation started in the pre-historic times: the Stone and Bronze Age. The olive tree, even when free increase is unchecked by pruning, is of very slow growth; but, where allowed for ages its natural development, the trunk sometimes attains a considerable diameter. The olives in the East often receive little attention, the branches being allowed to grow freely and without curtailment by the pruning-knife; water, however, must be supplied in long droughts to ensure a crop; with this neglectful culture the trees bear abundantly only at intervals of three or four years; thus, although wild growth is favorable to the picturesque aspect of the plantation, it is not to be recommended on economic grounds. Where the olive is carefully cultivated, as in Crete, it is planted in rows at regular intervals, the distance between the trees varying in different olivettes, according to the variety grown. Careful pruning is practiced, the object being to preserve the flower-bearing shoots of the preceding year, while keeping the head of the tree low, so as to allow the easy gathering of the fruit; a dome or rounded form is generally the aim of the pruner. The spaces between the trees are occasionally manured with rotten dung or other nitrogenous matter. The fruit when ripe is, by the careful grower, picked by hand and deposited in cloths or baskets for conveyance to the mill; but in many parts of Spain and Greece, and generally in Asia, the olives are beaten down by poles or by shaking the boughs, or even allowed to drop naturally. In Crete the olives are collected in nets, lying on the ground. In southern Europe the olive harvest is in the winter months, continuing for several weeks.
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Internal Elegance

We welcome you now inside the villa. Plenty of room and great brightness! Everything is neatly.
Leave the sofa and the ground floor and go to the first floor. There is wood everywhere. Tranquility, harmony, color and good taste. It is time to arrange your stuff in the stylish wardrobes inside the spacious rooms. The light untrammeled enters each room. Each room has a unique balcony with a beautiful view at the garden and the sea. Every morning you should plan a few minutes stay at the balconies.
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Early Booking Low, Moderate and High Season
From 1/10/2017 to 23/04/2018 & From 1/09/2018 to 30/09/2018 Valid Until 31/03/2018
For early reservations (for every season) since October 1st to April 23 the payment in advance is 30% and you bear 10% discount in the existing prices.
*Example early reservation for low season from 295€ now is 265€, for moderate season from 380€ now is 342€ and for high season from 500€ now is 450€ for minimum stay 6 nights.


Valid Booking Moderate Season
From 1/05/2018 to 30/06/2018 Valid Until 31/03/2018
For valid reservations from May until June the payment in advance is 30%
*For valid, just in time and the last minute reservations (less than a month time before arrival) must pay the whole amount


Valid Booking High Season
From 1/07/2018 to 31/08/2018 Valid Until 31/03/2018
For valid reservations from July until August the payment in advance is 30%
*For valid, just in time and the last minute reservations (less than a month time before arrival) must pay the whole amount
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Dear Lefteris and Dimitrios,

We are now back in cold Denmark, and we already miss Crete and the
villa.

I would just like to say thank you very much for a lovely stay at your
villa, and for the hospitality and service you showed us.

It exceeded our expectations, and we are very grateful to have booked
your villa.

I have made a review of the villa on booking so people can see how
lovely a place it is, and i will continue to recommend the place to
friends and family.

Also, thank you very much for all the gifts you’ve given us, from
Easter cake to documentaries and olive oil.

I hope you will have succes with the villa, and i hope more and more
people will visit your place in the coming time.

I will absolutely be back, with friends or family.

Again, thank you very much, and good luck in the future.

Yours,

Jeppe
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