Villa Anastasia is situated in Gaios, Paxos. This holiday rental property is air conditioned and sleeps up to 7 people along with a private swimming pool. The Villa is walking distance to the beach. Villa Anastasia has has 3 bedrooms. If an additional bed is required there is 1 folding bed. The villa can sleep up to 7 people. Villa Anastasia has been carefully built making wide use of traditional local stone. On the ground floor (accessed via a flight of steps from the road/parking area below) you will find a fully equipped kitchen with adjoining dining and sitting area (air-conditioned) opening onto a shaded terrace with panoramic views. On the same floor 2 bedrooms (one double and one twin) and the main family bathroom are located. The upper floor, where a cozy air-conditioned twin bedroom with beamed ceiling and extra WC are located, is reached via a spiral staircase. If required an extra child (7th guest) can be accommodated free of charge. The focal point of the house will be without any doubt the big pool terrace, set within well cared gardens and offering unobstructed views to the sea and to the Greek Mainland. The private pool is generously sized and attracts sun all day long. Here, you can spend fantastic days watching the yachts and boats passing by. Size: 7.5m x 3.3m Depths: Shallow: 0.7m; Deep End: 1.85m Access to pool via: LadderSunbeds and parasols are provided.What makes Paxos unique is that several stunning beaches can be reached with a short stroll. So when (and if) you are tired of the pool, just venture out and dive into the crystal clear water of the Ionian Sea. Or take a taxi boat to Antipaxos, recently awarded as a "top 10 beaches in the world" destination.
Gaios is the 'capital' of Paxos, the largest of the three main settlements and the only one that can be called a town, albeit a very small one. Its Venetian and British heritage is visible in the colourful buildings that line the long harbour-front. Gaios now has two harbours - the newer one is a short walk or drive from the centre, and serves as the port of call for ferries, excursion and cruise boats. It is also the setting for the often spectacular arrivals and departures of the Corfu-Paxos seaplane service. The older harbour, sheltered from the open sea by two small islands, is a never-ending source of entertainment in summer, with its plethora of cosmopolitan yachts. Gaios continues its daily business regardless of its exotic visitors, and it is this contrast that makes it so entertaining to spend an hour or more at one of the cafes in the main square alongside the quay. An intriguing variety of eating establishments, chic boutiques and old-fashioned stores make Gaios quite fascinating.