Kythera (Cythere) House Rental Photos and Description
3 bedrooms, 3 full bathrooms, sleeps 6 + 1 baby
GNTO No: MHTE 0262K10000281201
The house is located in the small village of Trifilianika, in one of the most beautiful landscapes of Kythira island.
Trifilianika is the next village after Aroniadika, a key location and main crossroads at the heart of the island. The village is an ideal base for anyone who desires to discover all the beauties of Kythira. Life is peaceful here and the crystal water beaches are not far away.
Our house offer privacy and luxury with all the amenities you can have in a luxury hotel. With an emphasis on aesthetics and comfort, but by focusing on Ionian architecture and integration into the landscape. Careful construction, fine fabrics, and decorating, are some of the components throughout. Discover now the privilege of staying in an elegant and fully attentive house when visiting Kythira. A proposal that offers the ultimate experience of luxury at the green Ionian island with turquoise waters, which outlined the elements of relaxation and unrestricted freedom.
It is built in a large terrace and features a spacious living room area, a dining room, an open plan fully equipped kitchen, two bedrooms with bathroom and one independent guestroom with bathroom. The courtyard and the outdoor area have the most charming features as dining area, barbeque, verandas with beautiful all-round views.
Externally, the building has been built in line with local traditional architectural style, with stones, open wooden ceiling and both sunny and shaded seating areas outside while internally it is fully furnished, ample space within the house and carefully decorated with selected objects.
The house is fully equipped featuring A/C, TV, DVD player, Apple tv, free wi-fi internet, i-pod dock station while there is the option of providing house service.
Kythira is an island in the Ionian Sea, which lies southwest of Laconia peninsula and into the arms of the Aegean and the Cretan Sea. Kythira had been a crossroads of merchants, sailors, and conquerors. This is reflected in its architecture (a blend of traditional, Aegean and Venetian elements), as well as the traditions and customs, influenced by centuries of coexistence of the Greek, Venetian, and British civilizations as well as its numerous visitors. It is known as the island of Aphrodite with turquoise seas, beautiful villages, castles, caves and many major attractions. Kythira is not very cosmopolitan island remains a natural and quiet so it is ideal for those who love relaxing holidays. Kythira is the place to relax, enjoy the peace, sun and nature - a true hidden treasure in the Mediterranean. Kythira is frequented mostly by Greeks and few foreigners, although English is understood and spoken everywhere. The island offers deserted beaches (sand or rocks) to swim and tan, a lush Western coast with rainforest-like vegetation, waterfalls and small ponds, trails for hiking and mountainbiking, and wonderful views.
East: Diakofti, Kaladi, Paleopoli, Componada
North: Lorentzou, Fournoi, Furi Ammos
West: Melidoni, Kalami, Lukodhmos
South: Chalkos, Furi Ammos, Chalkos, Kyriakoulou
Mylopotamos, the picturesque village at the west with the waterfalls of Fonissa and the Medieval Kato Chora with the Venetian castle and the Byzantine churches inside.
Avlemonas, the lovely small port with the Venetian castle.
Karavas, Colourful village, famous for Amir Ali water springs.
Chora, The queen of Kythera
Kapsali, famous for its nightlife
Kalokairines, one of the most characteristic Kytherian villages
Potamos, commercial center of the island.
CASTLE OF KYTHIRA:
The castle of Kythira is built at Chora with view to the south. It is built by the Venetians in the 16th century and it is a very important sight of the island. Inside and around the castle there are many churches which are dated back to the 15th century. One church is dedicated to Panagia Myrtidiotissa, the protector of the island.
The Byzantine capital of the island Paleochora and Kaki Lagada, the wonderful exit of Paleochora gorge. Saint Sofia cave (Mylopotamos), Byzantine Museum ( Kato Livadi), Chytra ( cruises from Kapsali with bottomglass), Stone Bridge of Kato Livadi ( the biggest stone bridge of the balcanian countries, built in 1822).
MONASTERIES: Saint John the cliff ( Kapsali), Moni Myrtidion, Saint Elessa, Saint Moni.
FESTIVALS: Wine festival (Mitata 8-9/8), Karavas Festival (18/8), Potamos Festival (15/8), Fratsia Festival (22/8), Livadi Festival (20/7), Avlemonas Festival (25/7), Kalamos Festival (15/9), Agia Pelagia Festival (22/9).
FATOURADA: Local drink, amazing taste. Traditional Kytherian products in Marianthi (Potamos), Meli Gala (Mitata), Stavros (Chora), Perivale (Mylopotamos).
OLIVE OIL: The most characteristic Kytherian product along with honey. In Potamos bakery and Karavas bakery.
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- children welcome