DIAS BOUTIQUE HOTEL
Discover true experience at Dias Boutique Hotel, stay in the heart of Nafplio.
When the vibrations from the past of a city that combines natural beauty & historical background centuries, are seeking their own space, then that space becomes your own unique environment for rest, renewal & escape from everyday life & routine.
With the utmost respect to your needs & imagination to generate different, airy, the refreshing, we created this space-trip to the old mansions, the aftermath of an era past, but as lively Catalan today.
We are located in the beautiful and historic Nafplio, a favorite destination for all Greeks and tourists from around the world. We named our hotel “DIAS” and 11 rooms with the names of the gods of Olympus seeking warmth and guidance in his arms. You are left to choose your own … Our only task is to welcome you!
Former house of Ypsilantis, Hotel Dias enjoys a central location in Nafplio, with views over Palamidi Castle & Akronafplia.
See our special offers and enjoy a lovely stay at Dias Boutique Hotel with discounted rates and many amenities just for you.
Indulge in exciting activities. Our staff will be at your side to guide you in all the activities & sightseeings offered for our region.
Nafplio,Nauplion or Anapli, the capitol of Argolis, is one of the best known and most beautiful cities in Greece. Apart from its administrative function it is also an important tourist centre, busy all year round. According to legend, the city takes its name from its founder, Nauplios, the son of Poseidon and Amimoni. In ancient times Nauplion was basically overshadowed by Argos, which used it as a port from the 7th century BC.
During Byzantine times and from the 11th century onwards, its importance as a major trading centre increased steadily. A very important figure in the history of the city was Leo Sgouros, the ruler of Nauplion from about 1200. Whishing to extend his authority, he reached as far as Larissa in 1204. Further advancement was curtailed by the crusaders of the 4th crusade, who seized all the lands he had conquered, including Nauplion, between 1210 and 1212.