Derived from the Sanskrit word for ‘peace’, aman, and the Greek word for life, zoe, Amanzoe is situated on a hilltop in Greece.


Overlooking the Aegean on an isolated hilltop, Amanzoe is within reach of Athens Airport (ATH) and there is a heliport on site.


Greece enjoys all four seasons, with warm summer months and a dry mild winter. More specifically in the Porto Heli area, spring and autumn are pleasant, characterised by bright sunshine and occasional rainfall. Temperatures during summer average around 33ºC, whereas over the winter months temperatures average 10ºC.

What to pack

Light clothing is appropriate with a sweater or jacket in the evenings. Sports shoes are suitable for light touring, and hiking boots are recommended for treks. Legs, shoulders and upper arms need to be covered when visiting places of worship.

Language & Currency
The official language of Greece is Greek, and English is widely spoken throughout the country. The euro is Greece’s unit of currency.
Don’t Forget
Greece is on Eastern European Time (EET), two hours ahead of Greenwich Mean Time (GMT). Electricity is 220 volts/50 cycles; converters and plug adaptors are available.
Medical services are available nearby Amanzoe. There are no immunisations required for entry into Greece.

Please check with your nearest Greek embassy or consulate prior to travel. No visas are required for citizens of European Union countries, Canada, Australia, Japan and the US. Visas are required for all other nationalities.


Amanzoe closes for the season on 31 October 2015. The team can advise on visas as well as assist with any other travel arrangements, including transfers and private flights.