The Dimitra’s Villas Complex is situated on a 6 acre plot in Kalo Nero, Messinia and is only 20 metres from the beach. It consists of 3 luxurious villas and is close to the many well-known attractions in the surrounding area. The villas are designed and built to the highest standards. The premium natural materials, earthy colours, first-rate amenities and elegant decor all combine to create a perfect stay. In addition, the breathtaking sea views and striking natural environment will satisfy even the most demanding visitor.
Dimitra’s Pink Villa hosts comfortably 6 up to 10 guests.
On the ground floor (pool level), the villa consists of a spacious living room with a fireplace, a fully equiped kitchen and a dining area.
On the first floor, thera are two bedrooms, one with double bed and one with two single beds, one bathroom with shower and a spacious balcony with seaview.
On the lower level (basement), there are 3 bedrooms with two single beds each and one bathroom with shower.
The outdoor area features a private swimming pool with Czech mosaic tiling and anti-slip Dionysus marble surrounding the pool. There are sunbeds and other garden furniture where you can enjoy relaxing moments. There is also a 2 acres of landscaped garden area surrounding each villa with grass and flowers.
Facilities provided: Safe, Steam iron – ironing board, Washing machine, Dishwasher, Hair dryer, TV, Free Wi-Fi, Air conditioning, Private parking for 5 cars.
Kalo Nero: The beautiful village of Kalo Nero, located 5km north of Kyparissia in Messinia, lies on a superb stretch of sandy beach which extends for 63km to Katakolon. Every year, the Caretta-caretta turtles lay their eggs on this beach. There are many taverns, restaurants and cafes in Kalo Nero to satisfy all tastes.
Kyparissia: Kyparissia is the third largest city of Messinia after the capital Kalamata and Messine. It is built amphitheatrically and stretches from the foothills of Mount Aegaleo, known also as “Cold”, until the Ionian Sea. It is the capital of the municipality of Trifylia. Kyparissia has an excellent layout and all the amenities of a modern town. An agricultural and commercial centre, the town is divided into the Upper Town, which has been declared a traditional preserved settlement and the New (or Lower) Town, whose recently build settlement reaches the coast. In the Old Town, there are scattered historical monuments which testify to its history such as the Castle of Arcadia, Arcadia Square with its large plane tree and fountains at the castle’s entrance, the public baths (hamam) and cobble-stoned streets. The Lower Town is a modern settlement with few traditional elements.
Voidokoilia (50km): Voidokoilia beach is probable the most famous beach in Messinia and one of the most beautiful in the Mediterranean. The name comes from the word “Voufras” which means “where oxen live”. It has also been referred to as Vouvota – Voidokoilia in an ancient inscription. Most obviously, the name...