his surprising holiday home… “Toilets in the garden”, “No telephone”, “Another world”


Nikos Aliagas spoke about his childhood in Greece. The host described his family home, with “rudimentary” comfort, in which he continues to spend his holidays…

Nikos Aliagas has not left the hearts of the French since it was revealed to the general public thanks to Star Academy. Now an essential figure on the small screen, he never hesitates to return to his Greek origins. and on his childhood, modest but happy. This is what he did this July 7 in the columns of the magazine Gala. The opportunity for him to pay tribute to his grandparents, but also to reveal some of his little vacation secrets. Starting with the house where he grew up in which he continues to spend time almost every summer.

Nikos Aliagas: his house where “there is barely electricity”

And the least we can say is that this residence is the opposite of the comfort that the presenter of 50’Inside when he is in Paris. This family home, located in Stamna, is almost cut off from the world and, according to Nikos Aliagas, comfort is rudimentary.

“The toilets are in the garden. On the ground floor, there is a very dark stone kitchen with holes in the wall, like loopholes, because this house dates from the end of the 13th century, the time of the battles against the Turks. Another world. There is barely electricity, no telephone, no TV, nothing”detailed the one who has been one of the favorite personalities of the French for many years.

However, this place is particularly close to his heart and he continues to go there regularly with his wife, Tina Grigoriou, and their children. “Every summer, we would drive to Missolonghi, where my parents and my grandparents are from (…) We would go to their house in Stamna, which we have kept as it is. stay a few days a year with my wife and children”he explained to Gala.

Nikos Aliagas: “I never felt poor”

The opportunity also for the presenter of The Voice to let go of some confidences about his grandparents with whom he grew up. “My grandparents were modest but I never felt poor because we had everything: dialogue, love, culture. And in general, a lot of philosophy”, he confessed. Before having a very special thought for his grandmother: “She was a hell of a woman. Courageous. And on this point, I can afford to say it: I got it from her”.



Source- https://www.journaldesfemmes.fr/people/actus/2834219-nikos-aliagas-cette-maison-surprenante-dans-laquelle-il-passe-ses-vacances/