|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Villa Kalenia is your right choice to escape from your daily routine with the endless blue Aegean Sea and the rejuvenating atmosphere of natures’ landscape surrounding you. Indulge in the impressive panoramic views over the Bay of Neapoli/ Vátika, the islands of Kythira and Elafonissos, the harbor town of Neápoli , the plane of Vátika , and the mountain range Taygetus on the horizon completing nature’s canvass. Memories are made here. Enjoy sunsets you will never forget. Villa Kalenia is a lovely holiday villa guaranteeing a very relaxing holiday. Large verandas surround all levels. . Dining a la fresco breakfast, lunch or dinner. A living landscape sharing the lush green and the arid, the blue sea and sky.
The villa is decorated with minimalist and tasteful design. All rooms have sea view and overlook the garden set in terraces on the slope. The villa was built with special emphases on architectural design to keep the villa cool during the summer months.
Upper- Level: 2 bedrooms with veranda /balcony – 1 bathroom
Mid-Level: Main entrance, open plan dining/living/kitchen 70 sq m , 1 bedroom, 1 toilet, veranda
Lower-Level: 1 bedroom - 1 bathroom, veranda
The garden is set on terraces with flowers, fruit trees, grape vines, herbs and bushes. Stone steps lead all the way down the property to the lower road towards village of Lachi.
Greek National Tourist Organization Permit:
Bellissima casa, molto grande ( 4 stanze da letto su 3 piani), molto ben equipaggiata e super pulita.
Tutto quello che può servire in una casa di vacanze qui c'è...
La cucina è il salone sono molto ampi, il balcone ha una bellissima vista sulla baia di Neapolis, specialmente al tramonto..
Il figlio del proprietario è stato veramente gentilissimo e molto disponibile x ogni richiesta, quando siamo arrivati ci ha fatto trovare acqua e frutta nel frigo..
the house is really nice , very spacious and super equipped , there is really all you can serve in a house .
the view from the balcony is fantastic especially at sunset .
the owner's son has been really friendly .
super recommended .
The south-easternmost ”finger” of the Peloponnese is the region called Vatika by the locals. It is a remote peninsular with particular interest to the natural beauty and environmental diversity of the region. The central mountain range of Krithina (800m) ends abruptly at Cape Maleas, dropping down on each side into secluded coves and beaches. Around the cape to the west is the calm bay of Neapoli, providing shelter from heavy seas and the fertile plain of Kambos/Vatika. Most of the villages in this region were built on the steep mountainside, some of them invisible from the sea to protect the inhabitants from pirate raids.
There are many beaches in the area - with golden sand, black sand, or pebbles - even sand dunes. From organized to secluded beaches you are sure to find the beach that suits you best and swim in the crystal clear waters.
You can visit interesting natural sites: the cave of Agios Andreas at Kastania. The geological park of the petrified palm forest of the coastal zone of Agios Nikolaos, you reach just before the church of Agia Marina. The wetland at the Stroggili lagoon/lake near the Viglafia and Pounta is an important protected wetland ( NATURA 2000) which provides shelter for migratory birds and several other species of fauna and flora of Vatika. Pavlopetri, the ruins of the oldest known submerged prehistoric town, lie in shallow water just off the beach at Pounta. The more adventurous can visit the light house of Cape Maleas. There are many churches in the area - for this reason the area of Vatika is also known as "the little holy mountain".
There are many marked hiking paths in the area, as well as rock climbing routes.
A just 15 minutes ferry ride from Pounta will take you to the island of Elafoniso.
|Fees||No additional mandatory fees|