Price per week €3500—€5250
Sleeps 6
Living Space

3 bedrooms:

Master bedroom with super king size bed and en suite shower room
Twin bedroom (can be made into a double bed) with en suite shower room
Twin bedroom (can be made into a double bed) with en suite shower room – ground floor room with fridge and separate external access only

Open plan kitchen, dining area and sitting room

Note: Villa Alec is next door to Villa Sander, for families that want to be near each other

Amenities

Swimming pool (3.5x8m)
6 sun loungers and sun umbrella
BBQ
WiFi
Air conditioning
Cable TV with Netflix
Wood burner
Coffee maker
Dishwasher
Microwave
Washing machine
Hair dryer in every room
Iron
Cot and high chair
Beach towels
Snorkeling equipment

EOT: 00000754604

Domestic Services

Concierge
Daily maid service (mid week linen change)
Gardener
House manager
Pool guy

On request, payable locally;
Cook
Babysitting

Location

The house is in north west Kefalonia, in the northern most tip of the island.

Magannos village is 5 minutes drive, for small shops and a couple of restaurants (Picnic is the best place for breakfast!)
Alaties beach is 5 minutes drive
Jerusalem beach is under 10 minutes drive
Fiscardo harbour is 12 minutes drive, for tavernas and shops

Transport

Fly to Kefalonia from most regional airports (off season fly to Athens and take a connecting flight). The house is 70 minutes drive from the airport.

Closest ports are Fiscardo, 12 minutes drive, or Sami, 45 minutes drive.

Car hire is recommended.

Local Information

Kefalonia, the rugged, romantic island of Captain Corelli‘s Mandolin, is one of Greece’s best kept secrets. Despite being the largest of the seven Ionian islands, it is underpopulated and remains largely unspoilt. The island is famous for its dramatic landscapes and delicious food, enchanting villages, scenic beaches, white dazzling sand and clear waters.

There are many fabulous beaches to explore, to name a few; Alaties beach is a semi-sandy cove with a beach bar/Italian restaurant, great for sunset cocktails. Jerusalem beach is a wide and gently-sloping beach with views to the surrounding bays and has a family-run taverna, for a refreshing drink or ice cream. Myrtos beach is the most famous beach on the island, renowned for its exotic natural beauty, crystal waters, white sand and steep cliffs.

A short drive south you will find Assos, one of the most beautiful and picturesque villages on the island, a tranquil Venetian village with an impressive Venetian fortress. Amble along the small and winding streets, enjoy lunch in one of the waterside tavernas, and wander up the long paved path to explore the fortress grounds above, taking in the magnificent views on the way.

Fiscardo is a colourful and vibrant port on the eastern coast, a short drive from the house. The port promenade is brimming with fine restaurants and tavernas to satisfy everyone’s palate, cafes and shops, housed in renovated Venetian style mansions. By night, Fiscardo takes on an entirely different perspective, considered to be the most cosmopolitan spot in the Ionian Sea, the charming waterfront is lit up and bustling.

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, attracted to Kefalonia by the tranquility of Fiscardo.

Our View

Ideally positioned for exploring the north of Kefalonia, with beaches and Fiscardo just a short drive away, this traditional villa with sea and sunset views would make a wonderful base.

The villa is in a private and quiet setting with just a few neighbours nearby. Traditionally built from local stone, accommodation comprises a well-appointed kitchen and spacious open plan living space with vaulted ceiling and exposed painted beams. Two of the three bedrooms are on the upper floor with the third, a large bedroom on the ground floor with separate external access. Interiors are light, bright and comfortable.

Visiting the house in late summer on a gorgeous sunny day, the house was looking at its best. The pool has a great terrace with sun loungers for everyone is surrounded by old olive trees, and there are two different seating areas from which to enjoy the spectacular sunsets.

We should also mention that this house also comes with a wonderful concierge! He will be on hand at any time with a wealth of local knowledge and lots of tips and recommendations to share.

This map guide is only an approximation

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