Two hours by ferry from Athens, the Mediterranean sea island of Spetses is a place of exceptional natural beauty. Spetses, or “Pine-Island” as it translates, exudes elegance with Venetian mansions and neo-classical architecture. It’s been an inspiration for many novels, including The Magus by John Fowles and Unexpected Journey by Catherine Lind, and more recently provided the backdrop for Netflix the Lost Daughter.
Immediately you will be struck by Spetses’ exceptional natural beauty. Still, the island boasts enormous historical significance, not only for Greece but all of Europe, with archaeological discoveries dating as far back as 23000 BC. The 18th century saw trade flourish leading to economic development on the island, making it centre stage in the revolt against the Turkish occupation.
Beautiful gardens, surrounded by olive groves and pine forests, encompass Anargyrios & Korgialenios School of Spetses. The school is on the outskirts of the small, safe harbour town of Spetses, giving you lots to explore in your free time.
The school itself boasts fantastic facilities:
basketball, football, tennis and volleyball courts.
Describedas Greece’s most remarkable training venue, the school was designed to be a pioneering educational institution. As a result, the learning facilities are exceptional and include:
ancient outdoor amphitheatre (second photo from the left)
state-of-the-art science labs
historical library with over 5000 early edition books
telescope on the roof
Our air-conditioned bedrooms will help ensure you have a comfortable nights sleep so that you are well rested for the adventures that await you. All rooms are ensuite with twin occupancy. Get to know your rooms mates- where possible we mix up nationalities so that you can make friends from all over the world.