Part of the Art Villas of Fiskardo collection
Two large master double bedrooms (one can be made into a twin) with en suite bathrooms
Open plan kitchen, dining and living area with modern equipment
Annexe with double bedroom and en suite bath and shower room
Sea views from all rooms
Four meter, French Provençal, outside dining table to seat 14
Swimming pool (13m x 3m)
Air conditioning throughout
The villa is self catering.
Maid service with a change of linens every four days
24 hour Concierge service
Available on request (additional cost):
Daily maid service
You will find two restaurants located at St. Jerusalem and Alaties beach which are both just 1.2 km away
Magganos village 2.5 km away
Fiskardo is 10 minutes by car
Fly to Kefalonia from London and most UK regional airports
Kefalonia airport is 60km from the villas
Fiscardo is a really lovely picturesque harbour village on the Northern tip of Kefalonia. Of all the villages on this large and diverse island, Fiscardo is unique in that it was left virtually undamaged during the earthquake of 1953 which ruined most of the historic buildings on Kefalonia.
The tavernas are so beautifully looked after, with their array of red, blue, white and green chairs, each taverna looks more idyllic than the last. The summer visitors come by boat and bring a little sophistication and glamour to Fiskardo which ensures its success as Kefalonia’s favourite town.
Traditional Kefalonian fishing boats moor alongside the more extravagant temporary visitors during the summer. If you are early enough you can buy freshly caught fish. Otherwise a stroll around the harbour will take you on a tour of some of the most luxurious yachts. Many of these are owned by the rich and famous who are attracted to Kefalonia by the tranquillity of Fiscardo.
This villa has been perfectly positioned to experience the best views on the island. The cliff side perch gives guests a bird’s eye view of the northwest of Kefalonia and the beautiful Ionian Sea. When designing the villa, the owners wanted to indulge in contemporary architecture, while keeping elements of traditional Kefalonian typology. The main point of focus was to combine the old with the new, the east with the west, to bring aspects from all over the world with different colours and materials.