Several features keep this simple, family-owned complex filled, the first being its low price, followed by its hilltop views and dual pools. If you can manage a place where little English is spoken, then you could get a high-season room for two at little more than 50 euros—and a family of five could stay for roughly 100, in a nearly-new apartment. In front of the original hotel, with furnishings from decades past, is a large terrace with two pools and 360 degrees of
views of the village and sea below. In addition to the newer building that houses the apartments, there are 10 bungalows, five with full kitchens. An open-air restaurant and bar serves an ample Continental breakfast (€7 extra), as well as basic dinners.