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We have 6 hotels in Symi.

 
 
Villa Zeus        
Marathounta

Quietly located right on Marathounda beach, Villa Zeus is a traditionally built, refurbished property offering a furnished terrace with views of the Aegean Sea. A tavern serving fresh fish and local specialities is 20 yards away.A spacious kitchen with cooking facilities and dining table is included in the Zeus Villa.
Villa Artemis Symi        
Marathounda

Quietly located right on Marathounda beach, Artemis Villa is a traditionally built, refurbished property offering views of the Aegean Sea. A tavern serving fresh fish and local specialities is 20 yards away.A spacious kitchen with cooking facilities and dining table is included in the Artemis.
Villa Hera Symi        
Marathounta

Offering 2 sun terraces overlooking the farm and sea, the traditionally decorated Villa Hera is on the beach of Marathounda in Symi. The port and town centre with restaurants and shops is a 25-minute drive away.The air-conditioned villa offers a spacious living room and a bedroom.
Villa Afroditi Symi        
Marathounta

Located right on Marathounda Beach, Villa Afroditi is a fully equipped apartment with furnished terrace overlooking the Aegean Sea. It is only 20 yards from a restaurant serving fresh fish.Featuring an antique style wrought iron bed, the bedroom offers views to the beach from its windows.
Symi Filoxenia        
Marathoynta

Just 30 yards from the beach of Marathounta, Symi Filoxenia offers a garden and pet-friendly accommodation in Symi. Navy Museum is around 11.2 miles away.
Hermes Apartment        
Symi

Enjoying a seafront location at the pebbled beach of Marathounda, Hermes Apartment offers a self-catered unit with a furnished terrace featuring Aegean Sea view. A restaurant serving fish can be found at a distance of 20 yards.Fitted with a wrought-iron bed, this air-conditioned apartment at Hermes comes with a separate bedroom.
 
 
More on Symi .
 
Symi is a Greek island, part of the Dodecanese island group. It's known for its beaches, an annual music festival and for the harbor at Symi Town, surrounded by colorful neoclassical houses. On the southwest coast, the 18th-century Monastery of Archangel Michael Panormitis is a major Greek Orthodox pilgrimage site with a Byzantine museum.