A waterfront 550m2 Villa with 7 spacious double bedrooms offering beautiful sea view as well as one outdoor pool
(50 sqm-1.30-1.70 depth). Villa Seven can comfortably accommodate up to 14 people and offers individual A/C and
heating in 6 bedrooms, spacious living room area with TV (Satellite /Cable) and fireplace for winter months, DVD
player, fully equipped modern kitchen and dining area with baby sit, large fridge, dishwasher, coffee machine,
microwave, boiler, toaster, oven, 7 bathrooms with shower, cosmetic mirror, bathroom amenities, towels & linen,
hairdryers, safety box, washing machine, balconies and sitting areas, garden, terrace, deck chairs and umbrellas,
outdoor pool, full sea view from all spaces of the property. Welcome basket with local drinks and homemade
products upon arrival.
Lachania is a picturesque village located southwest at the foot of the mountains that occupy the interior of the
island, offering a panoramic view of the valleys stretching up to the sea. The village is easily accessible by car,
located 73 km from the city of Rhodes and 76 km from Diagoras International Airport. Spacious and luxurious
accommodation with friendly service, offering absolute privacy and spectacular views, situated 10 meters from the
sandy-pebbled beach.. Parking for all types of vehicles is available on site free of charge.
Platanos traditional tavern is located in Lachania, while other suggested restaurants and bars are only 10-15 min
drive from Villa Seven at Kiotari & Gennadi Villages.
This is perhaps the most beautiful village on Rhodes Island and a total surprise for any visitor - a picture postcard
setting, a scene of absolute tranquility and harmony. Most of the well -maintained traditional houses have been
bought by foreigners (mainly Germans) or else by people from the town of Rhodes who are discriminating enough
to appreciate the village and have settled here, creating a youthful and artistic community.
The village square was used for filming a number of scenes for the 1989 movie "High Season of forty" (with
Jacqueline Bisset and Irene Papa), most of which is set in Lindos. On leaving Lachania you should carry on as far as
Mesanagro, a tiny farming community which really only comes to life once a year during its big fete, on the Sunday
after Easter. Lachania is also an excellent stepping stone for visits to the unspoiled beaches and countryside of
South Rhodes, with easy access to such landmark sites as Lindos and Monolithos.