Zenobia was Queen of the Roman colony of Palmyra, in present-day Syria, from 267 or 268. In a magical location, just outside Athens, our Villa Zenovia is waiting for you


    Our Amenities in this Villa:
    • Essentials
    • Air conditioning
    • Cleaning products
    • Cooking basics
    • Dedicated workspace
    • Dishes and silverware
    • Heating
    • Kitchen
    • TV
    • Washer
    • Wifi
    • Bathtub
    • Body soap
    • Conditioner
    • Hot water
    • Shampoo
    • Shower gel
    • Bed linens
    • Clothing storage
    • Drying rack for clothing
    • Extra pillows and blankets
    • Hangers
    • Iron
    • Mosquito net
    • Books and reading material
    • Exercise equipment
    • Indoor fireplace
    • Fire extinguisher
    • First aid kit
    • Coffee
    • Dishwasher
    • Freezer
    • Hot water kettle
    • Microwave
    • Mini fridge
    • Oven
    • Refrigerator
    • Beach access
    • Lake access
    • Private entrance
    • BBQ grill
    • Beach essentials
    • bikes
    • Outdoor dining area
    • Outdoor furniture
    • Outdoor kitchen
    • Patio or balcony
    • Free parking on premises
    • Free street parking
    • Gym

    Distances & Transport - How to get here:
    • Taxis – by the hotel entrance
    • Nearest bus stop – approx. 50 m
    • Historic town of Marathon – approx. 5 km
    • Town of Nea Makri – approx. 4 km
    • Athens city centre – approx. 40 km
    • Athens International Airport – approx. 35 km
    • Rafina Port – approx. 15 km

    Sights of the area:

    About Marathon (Marathonas):
    As one of the most renowned historic areas worldwide, Marathon offers its guests unique emotions with its monuments and archaeological places, but also with the natural beauty of its landscapes. It is the only city that has given its name to an Olympic sport, generously offering a priceless heritage.
    It is a rural municipality featuring a plain of 13,600 acres. Thanks to its distinct morphology, it combines mountains overlooking the Attica basin and seaside areas, expanding over a coastline of more than 40 kilometers – one of the longest in Greece – with numerous spectacular beaches all along.
    The fame of Marathon is due to the homonymous battle in September of 490 B.C. between the Athenians (along with the Plataeans) and Persians, which changed the course of human history. Its name seems to derive from the local hero, Marathon, as well as – allegedly – from marathos (fennel), a herb that was thriving in this area during ancient times.
    The historical monuments and archaeological sites accumulated in this area, constitute a pole of attraction for visitors from all over the world. The most popular ones include the Marathon Tomb, the Archaeological Museum of Marathon, the Archaeological Site of Rhamnous, the Early Helladic Cemetery of Vranas and the Marathon Lake with its historic dam.