THE TELEGRAPH: The guitar shaped island that the Beatles tried and failed to buy
In 1967, John Lennon decided that the Beatles should live together on an island. Aided by “Magic Alex”, a Greek electronics engineer who worked at the band’s media company, they chartered a yacht and set off on an Aegean island scout, reports Melissa. The island was then known as Trinity Island and its then owners could not be tempted to sell.
Rarely will such a property come on the market, a magical island with existing buildings, roads, docks and a pedigree and history rivalling those of Onassis’s Scorpios and Niarchos’s Spetsopoula.
Just a 15 minute helicopter ride and a 1 hour drive from Athens International Airport, this magical place helps you to unwind and merge yourself with nature.
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